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The Red Hot Chili Peppers aren't retiring anytime soon, at least not according to Flea -- but it might depend on who you ask in the band.The legendary bassist was in Switzerland -- where RHCP's headlining the Paleo Festival -- and we asked him about the big rumor that this could be their last tour.Sounds like Flea's laughing that off now, 'cause he's clearly still about the music ... The Red Hot Chili Peppers are set to take the stage with Bruno Mars for the Super Bowl XLVIII Halftime Show.
"We've been through the guitar-player mill, and here we are again." The drummer admits he hoped Frusciante would change his mind, "which he's done before. "Flea and I were meant to share this life together.
was afraid," Flea, the bass guitarist of the Red Hot Chili Peppers, confesses over the roar of a tour-bus engine.
"I couldn't imagine going out with someone else.
OK, he's doing other things, but one day, I'm gonna get that call: ‘By October 2009 – two months before Frusciante publicly announced he was leaving – Flea, Smith and Kiedis were writing with Klinghoffer, a gifted Los Angeles-born sideman who has worked with Beck, PJ Harvey and Gnarls Barkley and played extra guitar and keyboards on the in one month."I never had the feeling we were done," Kiedis insists. It's just what's happening."On the bus, Flea talks about that bond: "Anthony and I moved to L. at the same time, same age" – in their early teens; Flea from Melbourne, Australia where he was born, Kiedis from his native Michigan.
"Flea's biggest concern, that he shared with me, was that he didn't want to continue if it wasn't as good as it had ever been, at its best: ‘We've accomplished too much to do anything half-assed.'"But, the singer concedes, "If Flea bows out, there's no Chili Peppers. They both came from families ruptured by divorce and, Flea notes, "from the lower end of the economic scale.