Red Hot Chili Peppers - Unlimited Love (2022) Album Review
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As I suspect, being a fairly common fair weather Chili Peppers fan - who revolves almost solely around John Frusciante and Rick Rubin albums - this is a time to dip back in and see how this now almost peerless dinosaur navigates a world bereft of stadium rock acts. Mostly very well, with a consistently strong album that makes a political point of playing it very straight (no musical experimentation here) and resting on the bands best strengths - low key melodic rock with intricate and talented instrumentalists.
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