Red Hot Chili Peppers Rejuvenated Without Frusciante

(Rock News Desk) Singer Anthony Kiedis says the Red Hot Chili Peppers have recovered from the impact of guitarist John Frusciante refusing to return after their two-year hiatus and their music is rejuvenated because of the change.

RHCP Touring musician Josh Klinghoffer replaced Frusciante when the four-piece gathered at the end of 2009 to start work on the follow-up to 2006 record Stadium Arcadium. And Kiedies insists they're sounding better than ever now they've dealt with the adjustment of musical direction.

"It's always going to change the chemistry and feeling of the music when such a creative force as John leaves," He tells Spin. "He was something unique that shaped our sound then. But it's fresh and exciting to have a new, incredible musical mind working with us. We're still the Red Hot Chili Peppers but we have to adapt and welcome new opportunities. That's how we've survived all these years." more on this story

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