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Stadium Arcadium is the ninth studio album by alternative rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers, released on May 9, 2006 via Warner Bros. Records. It sold 442,000 copies in the U.S. in the first week and debuted at number one on the Billboard 200. The album spawned five hit singles: "Dani California", "Snow ((Hey Oh))", "Desecration Smile", "Hump De Bump", and "Tell Me Baby". According to the band's frontman Anthony Kiedis, Stadium Arcadium was originally scheduled to… read more

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  • Avatar for Sharp-Ton
    Personally I think that two discs is too much. Jupiter is so average except for some songs and Mars is, by far, my favorite side and what represent best to RHCP. P.S. This proves the genius that's John Frusciante.
  • Avatar for Lai_del_Ombre
    John Frusciante is blissful in this record
  • Avatar for elf-culture
    bless this album
  • Avatar for Pramlinho
    I think we can all appreciate that the fuckin guitar solos are fuckin legendary and that John Frusciante is a god. [3]
  • Avatar for AugustoZA
    I think we can all appreciate that the fuckin guitar solos are fuckin legendary and that John Frusciante is a god. [2]
  • Avatar for tresfoufou
    I think we can all appreciate that the fuckin guitar solos are fuckin legendary and that John Frusciante is a god.
  • Avatar for FerAnchus
    Jupiter's side sounds has a more serene and artistic atmosphere, in my opinion songs like "Wet Sand", "Stadium Arcadium" and "Snow ((Hey Oh))" are easily some of the best songs in their entire catalog, while on the Mars side, most of it feels rushed, and some songs have a "filler" feeling, if they'd just release them as separate albums and focus on the songs on Mars a little more that would have been better in my opinion. I don't know, it's just how I feel about it, it still kicks ass as a whole album!
  • Avatar for wckey
    I agree with El_Salvador7. It's easy to bash because some of the poppy themes, but overall it manages to create really beautiful and unique soundscapes.
  • Avatar for VultureNation
    Great album...requires a couple of listenings to fully embrace it :)
  • Avatar for El_Salvador7
    As strange as it may sound I think this album is underrated. It's John's magnum opus as far as I'm concerned. And Chad, Flea and Anthony are at the top of their game as well.

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