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May 6, 2016 by Paul Sinclairtags: new music, red hot chili peppers
Red Hot Chili Peppers return next month with their 11th studio album, The Getaway.
The album has been produced by Danger Mouse and mixed by Nigel Godrich. You can listen to Dark Necessities below.
There are no deluxe editions as such but Warners’ RHCP store is offering exclusive bundles with a cassette single and lithographs.
The Getaway will be released on 17 June 2016.
1. The Getaway
2. Dark Necessities
3. We Turn Red
4. The Longest Wave
5. Goodbye Angels
6. Sick Love
7. Go Robot
8. Feasting on the Flowers
10. This Ticonderoga
12. The Hunter
13. Dreams of a Samurai
Beautiful. I would buy it for the art work alone. And maybe even the cassette single.
60 euro for the vinyl + litho and cassette??. Expensive.
That cover is great. Unabashed fan of all their work, looking forward to this.
The font is a bit more “Disney” than chalk graffiti, but nice cover shot.
True,but It’s Anthony Kiedis caligraphy..check Blood Sugar Sex Magik songs caligraphy.
I’m going to sound like a prat probably, but cassettes should count for LESS money–are we really nostalgic for that crappy format? I understand vinyl aficionados (even though I am not one), but cassettes?
I was thinking the same thing. Why are cassettes trying to make a comeback?
Sounds like Atoms for Peace rubbed off on Flea…Not a huge RHCP fan but I do miss John’s harmonies.
The cover is a painting by Kevin Peterson, a Houston-based artist …. I really like his work, of which this album cover is very characteristic …..
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