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Listen Now: ‘In Love Dying,’ A New Song From Red Hot Chili Peppers ‘I’m With You’ Outtakes
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Funkmeisters Red Hot Chili Peppers have just made available a brand new track, via their official website, entitled “In Love Dying,” which is another hot release in their 18-song series of outtakes from their 2011 release I’m With You.

Check out the song here below.

The song is an almost 9-minute slice of hypnotic groove-laden ambience, driven by one of the best basslines to come from the mind and soul of their bass player, the incomparable Flea, back beated by the great tight-as-a-drum four on the floor attack from Chad Smith, the special, sprawling, relentless, endless melodic passes by guitarist Josh Klinghoffer, and of course, the almost reggae-ish, shamanic vocals by Anthony Kiedis.

The entire experience makes for one hell of a great listen. For extra effect, listen to it with headphones on and crank it! The song, released on 7-inch, is now available as well on the RHCP website.

[Source via Rolling Stone]

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1 Comment »

  1. is it just me or is Chad looking like Will Farrell more and more ?

    Comment by Teddy Spiliopoulos — February 5, 2013 @ 9:06 am

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