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“I knew there was never anyone to blame when people get into drugs. They’re always responsible for their own behavior, and it’s not the dealer, it’s not the friend, it’s not the bad influence, it’s not the childhood.”  - Anthony Kiedis Scar Tissue

“I knew there was never anyone to blame when people get into drugs. They’re always responsible for their own behavior, and it’s not the dealer, it’s not the friend, it’s not the bad influence, it’s not the childhood.”  - Anthony Kiedis Scar Tissue

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“When you’re using drugs, you’re driven by this mystical black energy, a force inside you that just won’t quit. And the weaker you get, the more you feed into that energy, and the more it fucks with you. When your spirit becomes dark and your lifestyle becomes dark, your existence is susceptible to infiltration by dark spirits. I’ve seen it so many times with addicts. You can see that they’re controlled by dark energy, the way they look, their appearance, their voice, their behavior, it’s not them.” - Anthony Kiedis [Scar Tissue]

“When you’re using drugs, you’re driven by this mystical black energy, a force inside you that just won’t quit. And the weaker you get, the more you feed into that energy, and the more it fucks with you. When your spirit becomes dark and your lifestyle becomes dark, your existence is susceptible to infiltration by dark spirits. I’ve seen it so many times with addicts. You can see that they’re controlled by dark energy, the way they look, their appearance, their voice, their behavior, it’s not them.” - Anthony Kiedis [Scar Tissue]

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“I’ve wanted to feel pleasure to the point of insanity. They call it getting high, because it’s wanting to know that higher level, that godlike level. You want to touch the heavens, you want to feel glory and euphoria, but the trick is it takes work. You can’t buy it, you can’t get it on a street corner, you can’t steal it or inject it or shove it up your ass, you have to earn it.” - Anthony Kiedis, Scar Tissue

“I’ve wanted to feel pleasure to the point of insanity. They call it getting high, because it’s wanting to know that higher level, that godlike level. You want to touch the heavens, you want to feel glory and euphoria, but the trick is it takes work. You can’t buy it, you can’t get it on a street corner, you can’t steal it or inject it or shove it up your ass, you have to earn it.” - Anthony Kiedis, Scar Tissue

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“You have no power over what happens in your life. Drugs dictate exactly what you’re going to do. You’ve taken your hands off the steering wheel, and you’re going wherever the drug world takes you.” - Anthony Kiedis, Scar Tissue

“You have no power over what happens in your life. Drugs dictate exactly what you’re going to do. You’ve taken your hands off the steering wheel, and you’re going wherever the drug world takes you.” - Anthony Kiedis, Scar Tissue

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"What doesn’t kill you only makes your book longer." - Anthony Kiedis

"What doesn’t kill you only makes your book longer." - Anthony Kiedis

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"When I left Michigan at twelve years old in 1974, I told all my friends that I was moving to California to be a movie star. But as soon as I started driving around with my dad in his Healy, singing along to the pop songs on the radio (which I wasn’t particularly good at), I announced, "I’m going to be a singer. That’s really what I’m going to do." - Anthony Kiedis

"When I left Michigan at twelve years old in 1974, I told all my friends that I was moving to California to be a movie star. But as soon as I started driving around with my dad in his Healy, singing along to the pop songs on the radio (which I wasn’t particularly good at), I announced, "I’m going to be a singer. That’s really what I’m going to do." - Anthony Kiedis

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"It’s weird, I was such a survivor and so wanted to be a part of life while I was trying to snuff out the life that was inside of me. I had this duality of trying to kill myself with drugs, then eating really good food and exercising and going swimming and trying to be a part of life. I was always going back and forth on some level." - Anthony Kiedis, Scar Tissue

"It’s weird, I was such a survivor and so wanted to be a part of life while I was trying to snuff out the life that was inside of me. I had this duality of trying to kill myself with drugs, then eating really good food and exercising and going swimming and trying to be a part of life. I was always going back and forth on some level." - Anthony Kiedis, Scar Tissue

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"What doesn’t kill you only makes your book longer." - Anthony Kiedis

"What doesn’t kill you only makes your book longer." - Anthony Kiedis

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John Frusciante to release new EP this Summer!After much speculation, John Frusciante’s record label has revealed that he’ll be releasing a five track EP titled Letur Lefr on July 9th 2012! John will also extend his creative abilities to creating the EP’s Cover Artwork. The EP will be his first solo release since The Empyrean from 2009. Read more…

John Frusciante to release new EP this Summer!
After much speculation, John Frusciante’s record label has revealed that he’ll be releasing a five track EP titled Letur Lefr on July 9th 2012! John will also extend his creative abilities to creating the EP’s Cover Artwork. The EP will be his first solo release since The Empyrean from 2009. Read more…

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John Frusciante’s Father proud of Hall of Fame InductionSpeaking to the Sun Sentinel, former Broward Circuit Judge John Frusciante Sr., 67 of Sunrise, Florida said he was, “Absolutely a proud father,” after making a congratulatory call to his son from Mallorca, Spain, where he’s currently vacationing. “I’m very happy for all the band members to be recognized.” Read more…

John Frusciante’s Father proud of Hall of Fame Induction
Speaking to the Sun Sentinel, former Broward Circuit Judge John Frusciante Sr., 67 of Sunrise, Florida said he was, “Absolutely a proud father,” after making a congratulatory call to his son from Mallorca, Spain, where he’s currently vacationing. “I’m very happy for all the band members to be recognized.”

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New Anthony Kiedis Interview with the NY Times! March 2nd, 2012.
New York Times: You had to postpone your upcoming tour because of an injury. What happened?Anthony Kiedis: “There’s this weird bone that’s kind of in the ball of your foot, which I had broken in two on our “Stadium Arcadium” tour from jumping off of Chad’s drums night after night. It never healed. It finally reached a breaking point on tour in 2011 while I was sprinting after Flea in a heated game of toilet tag, and something snapped in my foot.”Read the full interview…

New Anthony Kiedis Interview with the NY Times! March 2nd, 2012.

New York Times: You had to postpone your upcoming tour because of an injury. What happened?

Anthony Kiedis: “There’s this weird bone that’s kind of in the ball of your foot, which I had broken in two on our “Stadium Arcadium” tour from jumping off of Chad’s drums night after night. It never healed. It finally reached a breaking point on tour in 2011 while I was sprinting after Flea in a heated game of toilet tag, and something snapped in my foot.”

Read the full interview…