New Red Hot Chili Peppers: “Strange Man” and “Long Progression”

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You might have missed Red Hot Chili Peppers’ 2011 release I’m With You, their first record without longtime guitarist John Fruiscante, but they’ve nabbed guitarist Josh Klinghoffer and are releasing nine vinyl singles made up of eighteen tracks cut from the final version of the record. You can now sample the material from the first single release, “Strange Man” with b-side “Long Progression.” As fans of the band’s 1990s releases, we’re digging the latter. Check out both tracks below.


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