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Date Posted: 02:56:25 10/26/06 Thu
Author: Ian
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Subject: On the contrary, I think Frusciante is showing more willingness to experiment with sound in the Chili Peppers than ever before. Compare his current pedalboard to the small handful of pedals he was using during the 'Californication' period. Much bigger scope of sounds. His basic tone has improved immensely too.
In reply to: noções básicas de planejamento visual 's message, "john frusciante now can only repeat himself when the subject is the red hot chili peppers. the same bla, bla, bla. can't wait for his new solo record. one more thing: just saw them performing snow in of of those american tour shows and the only thing i can say is "anthony kiedis makes me feel deeply ashamed". anyways, thank you for posting this!!!" on 20:57:25 10/25/06 Wed

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