28 Songs, 2 Hours 2 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Mischievous funk-pop champs Red Hot Chili Peppers revel in the full breadth of their creative muscle on this monster double album. Stadium Arcadium weaves intimate indie, slick power pop and the band’s signature dirty funk into a commanding tapestry. There’s room for percussive dancehall sizzle (“Hump de Bump”), shimmering classic rock (“Strip My Mind”), old-school pop-punk (“Make You Feel Better”), and minimalist New Wave-cum-glam (“Turn It Again”). A vivid, kaleidoscopic document of outsized talent working perfectly in harmony.

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EDITORS’ NOTES

Mischievous funk-pop champs Red Hot Chili Peppers revel in the full breadth of their creative muscle on this monster double album. Stadium Arcadium weaves intimate indie, slick power pop and the band’s signature dirty funk into a commanding tapestry. There’s room for percussive dancehall sizzle (“Hump de Bump”), shimmering classic rock (“Strip My Mind”), old-school pop-punk (“Make You Feel Better”), and minimalist New Wave-cum-glam (“Turn It Again”). A vivid, kaleidoscopic document of outsized talent working perfectly in harmony.

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Ratings and Reviews

4.8 out of 5
113 Ratings

113 Ratings

Bhaslak ,

Pure Musical Goodness

This, "By The Way" and "Californication" Are the Chili Pepper's best in my opinion.

tfrisch99 ,

This is really something

Not really a song on here thats not good. maybe 2. That is EXTREMELY rare for double albums. Dani California and snow are like the two best songs of all time.

Alan3021 ,

A must have for any rock collection.

The instrumentation speaks to me throughout the 28 tracks and while some songs work better than others, it’s all comes down to Anthony and his vocal contributions that either make or break a particular song. With the sheer volume of music he has on his plate, he does a fairly good job while the rest of the band here reaches their peak.

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