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I'm With You

Released on 29 August 2011

Artist: Red Hot Chili Peppers

(22 customer reviews)  |  Write a review

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114.02 MB

Album saving:  £5.87  compared to buying all the tracks

Track Duration Price/Buy
1. Monarchy Of Roses   00:04:12 £0.99
2. Factory Of Faith   00:04:20 £0.99
3. Brendan's Death Song   00:05:38 £0.99
4. Ethiopia   00:03:51 £0.99
5. Annie Wants A Baby   00:03:41 £0.99
6. Look Around   00:03:28 £0.99
7. The Adventures Of Rain Dance Maggie   00:04:42 £0.99
8. Did I Let You Know   00:04:22 £0.99
9. Goodbye Hooray   00:03:52 £0.99
10. Happiness Loves Company   00:03:33 £0.99
11. Police Station   00:05:36 £0.99
12. Even You Brutus?   00:04:01 £0.99
13. Meet Me At The Corner   00:04:21 £0.99
14. Dance, Dance, Dance   00:03:46 £0.99

customer Reviews

 Average rating (22 reviews)

 Amazing! :D

| | See all Greg93's reviews (1)

The song already released from the album is excellent, I can't stop listening to it! Can't wait for the whole album!


| | See all Stack101's reviews (2)

The new song" The Adventures Of Rain Dance Maggie" sounds great....cannot wait for the rest of the album or the tour....back to the old chilis style!!!

 Suprising Album

| | See all chebs360's reviews (22)

I wasnt expecting a lot from this album but it is excellent , fresh sounding califorian goodness.

 sorry, this just isnt that good

| | See all fotherini's reviews (1)

bought on a 500 mile journey in a foreign country and still opted for the radio, Well below par.

 Should not have doubted them!

| | See all Finnersj's reviews (2)

I must admit I was not sure about the Red Hot Chilli Peppers would sound after John Frusciante leaving but the answer to my ears is great. It seems the others have raised their game with some great songs, mainly driven by Flea's intricate bass work and Chad's increasingly complex drumming. The new member Josh Klinghoffer plays in a similar style to Frusciante (he actually featured on his last solo album) but brings his own energy and creativity as well as providing backing vocals to Andrews vocals. This album gets better the more times I hear it with stand-out tracks Monarchy of Roses, Look Around, Goodbye Hooray and the heart felt Brendan's Death Song. More melodic than there earlier albums but still with a sense of fun a polished effort from a band growing up but not necessarily maturing!