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Dani California Maxi, Import

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1. Dani California
2. Million Miles of Water

Product Description

Japanese pressing. First single lifted from their 2006 album, Stadium Arcadium. The album version of the title track is b/w two non-album tracks, 'Whatever We Want' and 'Lately'. Warner. 2006. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Nice a-side, intriguing b-side. Dec 21 2006
By Michael Stack - Published on
Format: Audio CD
"Dani California" was the leadoff single to the Red Hot Chili Peppers' "Stadium Arcadium", released per standard operating procedure from Warner Bros. as a two part single.

The track itself is a great piece, with an odd lurching swing to its verses and an explosive chorus relying on a Pixie-like loud-soft formula. The song has drawn a lot of negative attention for its similarities to Tom Petty's "Last Dance With Mary Jane"-- I didn't note the similarity until it was pointed out to me, as such it really didn't do much to my opinion of the piece.

The second part of the single contains one b-side in "Million Miles of Water". Clean tone electric guitars and tight arrangements dominate the verses, opening up into a bright chorus where the instrumental density uncoils. All in all, it's nice stuff.

Still, the title track is on the album and it's sort of hard to rationalize paying a markup for an out of print single for one track. This one's decent, but it's probably better left to the diehards.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Good CD Nov. 11 2007
By Mary - Published on
Format: Audio CD
Good cd for a collector. If you are not a big fan of the peppers and like this song this cd is worth buying. If you are a fan buy the complete cd.
1 of 6 people found the following review helpful
California Rock May 10 2006
By Michael Kerner - Published on
Format: Audio CD
It is so hard to believe it, but the Red Hot Chili Peppers still have maintained their rock edge for almost 25 exciting years, and they still have the appeal of making some great pop songs. Their latest single is definitely no acception to that rule. Dani California, the first single from the chilis' latest record Stadium Arcadium is a great song that is just driven, upbeat, and worth every bit of what the group has brought as their best within the past several years of following the success of tracks like Californication, Can't Stop, and By The Way. I absolutely like this song a lot, because it is just great to listen to. I just hope that more funky rock will continue from this legendary party group.

Song: B 1/2+

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