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Flea's effervescent bass and Smith's playful drum patterns drive this album closer, during which Klinghoffer carves out otherworldly guitar textures that dazzle the senses.
"Give yourself a chance to find a way/ tell your mom and dad it's all OK," Kiedis sings free of stylization, scoring an emotional bullseye as if he weren't meaning to.
Midway through, the band breaks into a furious jam, and it's a true moment of unbridled glee, but it's over much too quickly. In the end, the Peppers ride off on a calm wave of reverb. By all indications, we'll see them again. Will it take five years? That's anybody's guess.