Unlimited Love double LP
Guitarist John Frusciante reunites with the band, first time since 2006
Album produced by Rick Rubin
Features "Not the One," "Black Summer" and "Poster Child"
Nearly six years after The Getaway, the Red Hot Chili Peppers return with Unlimited Love, a new studio album produced by Rick Rubin and featuring John Frusciante on guitar.
"Our only goal is to get lost in the music. We (John, Anthony, Chad and Flea) spent thousands of hours, collectively and individually, honing our craft and showing up for one another, to make the best album we could," the band said, in a statement. "Our antennae attuned to the divine cosmos, we were just so damn grateful for the opportunity to be in a room together, and, once again, try to get better. Days, weeks and months spent listening to each other, composing, jamming freely, and arranging the fruit of those jams with great care and purpose. The sounds, rhythms, vibrations, words and melodies had us enrapt."
This the band's first album with Rubin since 2011's and Frusciante has been away for more than 15 years (he last appeared on 2006's Stadium Arcadium).