Murray Engleheart of Australia’s Beat magazine chatted with Red Hot Chili Peppers frontman Anthony Kiedis who explained the group’s growth from 1999’s ‘Californication’ to their new album ‘By The Way’. “I kind of liken it to the growth of a child.” says Kiedis. “Do you have a son? Or a nephew? Two children? OK, so you see them when they’re like seven years old and they’re one thing and they’re really beautiful and full of light and maybe they’re into collecting something or skateboarding. Then you see them three years later and it’s the same person but completely different, into a whole new thing, listening to different music, now they’re into basketball, now they’re into girls. It’s kind of like that.” Beat.com.au has since removed the article.
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