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Clash Issue 67: Red Hot Chili Peppers

6.99 GBP
It's a dizzying and confusing experience looking through the roll call of past and present Chili Peppers, but it's the constant throughout that's proven the key to their existence. Almost 30 years after the band's accidental formation,  they reveal to Clash the secret behind the glue that keeps them together.

Also, we celebrate the 20th anniversary of perhaps their finest musical moment, 'Blood Sugar Sex Magik'.

Elsewhere, 
Matthew Herbert, the sample-delic maverick, has forged a musical album from a pig. And it's instrumental protest music. We step into the shit to find out why.

Plus: Ryan Adams, Death Grips, Modeselektor, Steve Reich, Tony Bennett and Morrissey.

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