Uncle Sam's Revenge: Red Hot Chili Peppers at London’s Dingwalls
Simon Witter, NME, August 1985
FROM THAT catastrophe-fraught fusion chamber where funk meets guitar noise comes the worlds most crazily perfect punk-funk band, The Red Hot Chili Peppers. Tonight Husker Dus searing precision and Defunkts frantic funk joined forces in a purple haze and, had Mat Snow been passing at the time, the future of rocknroll would most definitely have been sighted.
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