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Fresh Chili Peppers material emerges
The Under the Bridge group recently brought out a duo of fresh songs – freshly revealed rather than recorded, that is, as the songs were laid down while the Chili Peppers put together I'm With You, their most recent LP.
One of the fresh tracks is called Long Progression, while the other has the title Strange Man. Come September, two more tracks - Victorian Machinery and Magpies – will be coming out.
Then fourteen more songs will be coming out as singles in the course of the coming six months. Red Hot Chili Peppers famous albums include By The Way and Blood Sugar Sex Magic.
Their past singles include Love Rollercoaster, Dani California, Give It Away and Scar Tissue.
Their track Under The Bridge was covered by girl group All Saints back in 1998, released as part of a double A side with Lady Marmalade.
Published by AW.Posted on 10 Aug 2012 16:56 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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