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There is something that is very important about the physical existence. The pagan connection to the earth — the celebration of being in this body and all we can do with it. But at the same time, we are physical beings having a spiritual experience. And the combo platter of those two is very much the makeup of what the Chili Peppers do. With any kind of funk music, there is a visceral, guttural celebration going on, where you just wanna hump and dance and jump. But there’s also a sense of the spirit that inspires all that.  — Anthony Kiedis, 2002.


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ARTIST: Red Hot Chili Peppers
TRACK: Quixoticelixer
ALBUM: Californication (Itunes)
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July 2014
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Anonymous asked

these messages are stupid but still ur a nice person and deserve this little stupid message have a nice day.. If you receive this it means you make someone happy! Go on anonymous and send this to 10 followers that make you happy, or some you feel need some cheering up. If you get some back, even better! ♥

Awww, this is so sweet! Thank you <3<3

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I’m still a little bent, a little crooked, but all things considered, I can’t complain. After all those years of all kinds of abuse and crashing into trees at eighty miles and hour and jumping off buildings and living through overdoses and liver disease, I feel better now than I did ten years ago. I might have some scar tissue, but that’s all right, I’m still making progress. And when I do think “Man, a fucking motel room with a couple thousand dollars’ worth of narcotics would do me right,” I just look over at my dog and remember that Buster’s never seen me high.

 - Anthony Kiedis, Scar Tissue (via hithereimkristen)

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July 2014
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Anthony Kiedis photographed by Paul Bergen. February, 1988.

Anthony Kiedis photographed by Paul Bergen. February, 1988.


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July 2014
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I don’t ever want to feel like I did that day. Take me to the place I love, take me all that way.


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