Ok, we all know what this entire blog entry and website has been all about, and that is that the world as we know it today has lost its sense of style in music and that we have now needed to resort back to the past for better music, and in particular we have needed to resort back to the best classic rock bands of all time if we want to have a good time and just be us in an era when so many other musical artists are telling us that we have to be like them, when obviously that’s the furthest thing from the truth. I don’t know about any of you guys, but I sure as hell don’t want to be like Justin Bieber at any point of my life, and I most certainly don’t want to style my hair the way he does and has started widespread trends that are clearly apparent in men in the United States and most likely all over the world.
Now, there’s nothing wrong with the current stars of the music industry being role models and trend setters, because at least music can still be said to be very influential, so that’s good, but when are we going to start seeing some real bands come out of the woodworks and start being the type of role models that we all want to see in the world and start making a difference towards a better world instead of the horrifyingly gross internet oriented culture in which we live in today where people are best friends with their phones as opposed to people. It’s crazy to think that people talk more on the phone than they do in front of people, but that’s really where we are in today’s world and we’ve definitely come a long way, but still we can look back to the past to the best classic rock bands of all time to get our fix of good music in and help our minds still stay sane in a time when it’s really easy to go insane listening to popular music.
But the thing is that we’ve been doing throughout this entire website and all these entries of blogs is that we have gone back in time to the 1970s and 60s to get to our desired musical artists because that is typically the era that we think of classic rock being from, but that’s not necessarily the case and there are bands that are still wildly popular today that didn’t start in that era, but started in the 80s and got popular in the 1990s that can still today be considered classic rock, and they’re absolutely awesome. You might know where I am going with this one, and if you do then I totally commend you, because this particular article that you’re reading right now is about one of my all time favorite bands personally for myself, and that band just so happens to be called The Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Now some of you may be thinking: well, I though Red Hot Chili Peppers weren’t apart of the classic rock genre, but they most certainly are. This band, although still one of the biggest rock groups in the world today, was created way back in 1983 here in Los Angeles, California, and back then they had this really different sound then what they sound like today. They kind of started the whole punk rock movement way back when the punk rock movement was just a little baby getting ready to take its first steps into the big, wide world. They also had this really unique funk sound, and of course the voice of all voices that has kept them distinct all of these years with the man I emulate very much, Mr. Anthony Kiedis.
Anthony Kiedis has this voice that is absolutely his own and if you ever hear him on the radio you know you are listening to The Red Hot Chili Peppers, but it’s not just him that makes this band such a staple in the best classic rock bands of all-time, and there’s Flea the bassist who also exemplifies what the Chili Peppers are all about. When you go to a Red Hot Chili Peppers show you’re going to be in for something outrageously fun with loud songs blasting everywhere and Kiedis being Kiedis, which is a lot like Mick Jagger and the Rolling Stones. But it’s definitely safe to say that the Chili Peppers are the classic rock band that will be playing for many years to come.
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