The Red Hot Chili Peppers, who revealed this last Kurt Cobain meeting, were recently interviewed during an edition of The Howard Stern Show in promotion of their latest studio album, Unlimited Love. During the ever-so-controversial and topical SiriusXM program, Howard would reminisce on the group’s popular 1991 record, Blood Sugar Sex Magic and talked about how so many great albums were coming out during that period. In addition, Stern would also mention how he couldn’t even imagine what it would be like to tour with such fellow 1990s rock greats as Nirvana and Pearl Jam.
Red Hot Chili Peppers bandmate Flea would say said he thinks that it was different for all of them. He said he remembers it was just another tour. Flea also proclaimed that they wanted to pour their souls into it. The Red Hot Chili Peppers bassist would continue by saying they were just all good bands. He said that Nirvana was doing well and Pearl Jam was making their name. He said he knew Eddie before he was even in Pearl Jam. Flea would lastly say, he thought it was cool he was in a band. He concluded by stating it was all just meaningful and organic and it wasn’t about them being with a big band.
In other news regarding the Red Hot Chili Peppers, fans cannot get enough of the group’s latest album as the aforementioned Unlimited Love has hit number one on the Billboard album charts.
One amateur reviewer would write their fan review of the latest Red Hot Chili Peppers effort by saying the following: “An album that you get to hear that pure chemistry between the powerhouse trio of Flea, Chad Smith, and John Frusciante. If you’re a are a real fan and love their OG sound you will not be disappointed. It may not be as big as BSSM/Californication/By the Way/Stadium but you get to finally hear their OG sound again. It is their first album with John back since Stadium and that was 16 years ago. They’re back together and ready to jam!”