#1
this guy is telling me rhcp are doing some more shows in like september in the us. bs or not?
Lunatics on pogo sticks
Another southern fried freak on a crucifix
Hicks don't mix with politics
People on the street just kickin' to the licks
#6
if they are im definitely going
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#8
Quote by rocknrollstar
Proberly true.


There coming to the UK on August 25th.



LEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEDS


FEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESTTT


You know, I might not go see them and just stay in my tent having a few beers.


JUST COS AH CAN
#9
Quote by Waster
LEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEDS


FEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEEESTTT


You know, I might not go see them and just stay in my tent having a few beers.


JUST COS AH CAN



Im not an Uber fan tbh. Sure i like them but Stadium sucked.


However hopefully if i shut my eyes and pray really hard The Jam or The Stone Roses will get back and tour.
#10
nice, smartass. theyre US tour is supposed to be over already thats why i ask
Lunatics on pogo sticks
Another southern fried freak on a crucifix
Hicks don't mix with politics
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Last edited by rnrsoldier1461 at Aug 11, 2007,
#12
Quote by rocknrollstar
Im not an Uber fan tbh. Sure i like them but Stadium sucked.


However hopefully if i shut my eyes and pray really hard The Jam or The Stone Roses will get back and tour.

Another Stone Roses fan?
#14
Quote by rocknrollstar
Dam straight


One my favourite bands, John and Monkey Man are legends

Indeed. John Squire is one of my main guitar influences and Ian Brown was born to front a rock band.
#15
The Red Hot Chili Peppers have this website, which is like a "homepage" for the band, where they have all sorts of information about the band and stuff, including their tour dates. It's a pretty cool new idea. I guess a lot of bands these days are starting to get "homepages."
Quote by Roger_Waters
^ wow i actually almost missed that hahaha iforgot your a genious


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Bust out my 9, light up your Impala
fuck that police!
#16
I'm waiting for Anthony to relapse more than I'm waiting for the next tour.

After reading "Scar Tissue", judging from his past history, it just doesn't seem like that man can stay clean as long as he continues making music. And it's been, what, almost 7 years now? He's due...
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They weren't homeless they were just Grunge.
#17
Quote by Jekkyl
I'm waiting for Anthony to relapse more than I'm waiting for the next tour.

After reading "Scar Tissue", judging from his past history, it just doesn't seem like that man can stay clean as long as he continues making music. And it's been, what, almost 7 years now? He's due...


There playing in Glasgow next month, if he leaves there without relapsing i know he can stay off drugs for good
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#18
Quote by European Son
Indeed. John Squire is one of my main guitar influences and Ian Brown was born to front a rock band.



Defiently, John is definetly underrated on guitar.


Ian Browns fantastic. Even his solo stuff is awesome, very unqiue, i can tell its him straight away.
#19
Quote by Jekkyl
I'm waiting for Anthony to relapse more than I'm waiting for the next tour.

After reading "Scar Tissue", judging from his past history, it just doesn't seem like that man can stay clean as long as he continues making music. And it's been, what, almost 7 years now? He's due...



Sad... But i wouldnt be surprised if he did relapse.