Red Hot Chilli Peppers: By the Way

Red Hot Chilli Peppers: By the Way

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Twenty eventful years have passed since the Chili Peppers first blazed; years during which the band have achieved global recongnition, thanks to huge hits like 'Under The Bridge', 'Californication', and 'By The Way' accepted every reward and sustained every blow that rock'n'roll could throw at them: from line-up changes to drug overdoses. Fully revised and updated, Red Hot Chili Peppers tells the full, true story of the band that dare to play and say it all.show more

Product details

  • Paperback | 304 pages
  • 130 x 194 x 18mm | 211g
  • Ebury Publishing
  • Virgin Books
  • London, United Kingdom
  • English
  • 0753539098
  • 9780753539095

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The Red Hot Chili Peppers are the unique high-priests of funk rock: a gang of high-school misfits who began their band as a joke and exploded to mind-blowing heights of acclaim and fame. With their potent mix of funk and rap, inspired by Geoge Clinton (who also produced the band) and Jimi Hendrix, the Chili Peppers are a show-stealing, crowd pleasing, raging onstage fury, an alternative band with a massive mainstream success, an intelligent group who aren't afraid of acting stupidly. Twenty eventful years have passed since the Chili Peppers first blazed; years during which the band have achieved global recongnition, thanks to huge hits like 'Under The Bridge', 'Californication', and 'By The Way' accepted every reward and sustained every blow that rock'n'roll could throw at them: from linup changes to drug overdoses. Fully revised and updated, Red Hot Chili Peppers tells the full, true story of the band that dare to play and say it all.show more

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