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Item no. 329959
Gender Unisex
Musical Genre Alternative/Indie
Exclusive No
Media - Format 1-3 4-LP
Edition Re-Release
Product topic Bands
Band Red Hot Chili Peppers
Product type LP
Release date 13/05/2016
"Stadium Arcadium" comes as a re-release as a black 4-LP.

The 'Red Hot Chili Peppers' are everywhere: the album 'Stadium Arcadium' won four Grammys on February 11th, 2007. The award for the best rock album and the best limited special edition was received for 'Stadium Arcadium'. For "Dani California" the 'Red Hot Chili Peppers' received the award for the best opening song, best performance, and best rock song.
LP 1
1. Dani California 2. Snow (Hey Oh) 3. Charlie
LP 2
1. Stadium Arcadium 2. Hump de Bump 3. She's Only 18 4. Slow Cheetah
LP 3
1. Torture Me 2. Strip My Mind 3. Especially In Michigan 4. Warlocks
LP 4
1. C'mon Girl 2. Wet Sand 3. Hey
LP 5
1. Desecration Smile 2. Tell Me Baby 3. Hard To Concentrate
LP 6
1. 21st Century 2. She Looks To Me 3. Readymade 4. If
LP 7
1. Make You Feel Better 2. Animal Bar 3. So Much I 4. Storm In A Teacup
LP 8
1. We Believe 2. Turn It Again 3. Death Of A Martian
Marcel Anders

by Marcel Anders (31.03.2006) The ninth studio album of the Californian mega sellers is like an eruption: an opulent double album with no less than 28 songs and almost 2 hours of playing time. Again produced by Rick Rubin, it features not only the approved style mix of the last two cds, “Californication“ and “By the way“ but do we also get an extra portion of edgy funk that reminds me a bit of the chaotic debut album of the chilli pepper pods. Funkadelic meets Hendrix meets Fleetwood Mac - with great guitar solos, an unbelievably tight rhythm section and an Anthony Kiedis, who really outlives himself. Because as great as his voice are also the autobiographical lyrics that he obviously used for self-therapy: “Snow” deals with his end of drug abuse, “Hard to concentrate“ with his inability for relations, and “Wet sand“ with his new self-consciousness. In the end, this is the best and most ambitious Peppers album since “Blood sugar sex magik“. Which dates back a good 14 years!