My name is Alice I live in sydney and I love John frusciante
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livingthereinaflower:


boys

John Frusciante: Everybody I've ever met, I would tell them "The Chili Peppers are my favorite band, I love them!"
Chad Smith: He was 18 when he joined the band. Eighteen! The first band he was ever in was his favorite band. It would be like me having joined fucking Led Zeppelin!



livingthereinaflower:

Fru’s backing vocals in Stadium Arcadium…

(via ice-blue-bong)


inrelief:

Will we ever get together in a song? Will you ever tell everybody ‘bout right and wrong? Will you let everyone in on the meaning of life and death? Do you need me or are you waiting for my last breath? Listen…

(via xine808)


livingthereinaflower:

Fru and Chad

livingthereinaflower:

Red Hot Chili Peppers


guy candy


beinggigantic:

*steps over the border into california* 

*red hot chili peppers plays*

(via pure-rhcp)


Red Hot Chili Peppers | Brendan’s Death Song

'In 1983 Flea and I spent our last dime recording a demo tape. We barged into Club Lingerie in the middle of the day and found Brendan. He listened to our tape on our boom box and Flea and I danced around wildly to convey the sort of energy we were bringing to the table. Brendan offered us a slot opening up for Bad Brains - who at that point were the kings of the scene. We took that gig and started a friendship with Brendan that continued until he died 18 months ago. That was in the middle of him doing a coffee table book [The Red Hot Chili Peppers: An Oral/Visual History].  Brendan happened to die on the very first day we were going to rehearse with Josh Klinghoffer. I was driving from home up over the Santa Monica Mountains when I got a text saying that Brendan had died of a massive stroke - on his birthday. When I got to rehearsal I delivered the news to my band that we had just lost this beautiful person. And then we started playing without really talking. Probably the second thing that came out of that jam was the basis for Brendan's Death Song. '

— Anthony Kiedis, 2011

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"Did you ever try to hug the sky behind your head?"

John Frusciante

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livingthereinaflower:


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