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Old 04-13-2014, 07:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Red Hot Chilli Peppers - I'm With You - REVIEW

So I was browsing my local CD shop the other day, and came across a band. Organic, vibrant and more. I'd like to share my findings as I had originally planned some extensive research on this piece of art.

So here we have I'm With You, a really sentimental title that grabs the listeners attention immediately. Album covers cool too, kind of my idea of hell on a piece of prozac. Excellent cure for anxiety and depression. Lord knows it's an awful fix those guys are in. I'll go over each song.

Monarchy of Roses - A FANTASTIC opening to the album. I felt like I was riding a unicorn in the sky, and that unicorn had a huge boner because of the initial riff. I've never heard a riff that rocked harder, yet still exemplified a tremendous amount of sophistication. Fine wine and good music.

Factory of Faith - This one ****ing pissed me off. How is this even considered music? I found myself sitting on my settee just scratching my arse and wiping my nose with my shirt at this point, playing with my willy in anticipation for it to grow, but it didn't.

Brendan's Death Song - Yeah.. You gotta give it to Brendan on this one. A good guy, and a fitting tribute. My cock had reached an unstable size at this point in the album, arse was still itchy though.

Ethiopia - I found that this sound evoked the atmosphere of Africa perfectly. We are all African after all, and I think we can all trace our roots through this song. Fantastic riff starting half way through!

Annie Wants a Baby - Alright.. I'm gonna be honest, I only caught the end of this one because I had to go to school. But I came home and listened to it after the other tracks. Kind of reminded me of my day out sunny and fun, but melancholy. A depressing track, yet somewhat meaningful?

Other good tracks were Police Station and Did I Let you Know? I really enjoyed this album overall, I think it's a musical pinpoint that we should all respect, and I for one will be buying band merchandise and attending gigs of this band whenever I can, and I urge you to do the same. Can't get the riff to police station out of my head..
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Really, you don't like "Factory Of Faith?" They do a lot of raps like that, though I suppose most are more energetic. Other than that, I freaking love "The Adventures Of Rain Dance Maggie," and pretty much everything you mentioned. Oh, and special note to "Meet Me At The Corner" and "Even You Brutus?"
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Old 05-04-2014, 10:18 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I greatly enjoyed your review. Perhaps a little too much if you know what I mean.

6/10 review
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Old 05-16-2014, 06:31 AM   #4 (permalink)
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So cool!
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