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Red Hot Chili Peppers — It's Only Natural
Album: Unlimited Love
Avg rating:
6.7

Your rating:
Total ratings: 369









Released: 2022
Length: 5:23
Plays (last 30 days): 6
She was a London girl
Knew enough now to get herself alright
He was a Southend boy
Not enough smile, but he sure could fight
She was a daddy's girl
Pride of all Brixton with dragon sight

But she can't go home tonight

It's only natural (Ah, ah)
And lovers will show you how to break it down
In spite of attraction
Well, it's only natural (Ah, ah)
And people will show you how to take it down
In spite of your love, steady up

They were a perfect pair
A clash of two beauties and a rash of fame
Nobody knows just when
Lightning will strike, but it always came

And she can't go home tonight
No, she can't go home tonight

It's only natural (Ah, ah)
And lovers will show you how to break it down
In spite of attraction
Well, it's only natural (Ah, ah)
And people will show you how to take it down
In spite of your love, steady up

But she can't go home tonight

It's only natural (Ah, ah)
And lovers will show you how to break it down
In spite of attraction
Well, it's only natural (Ah, ah)
And people will show you how to take it down
In spite of your love

It's only natural (Ah, ah)
And lovers will show you how to break it down
The perfect subtraction
Well, it's only natural (Ah, ah)
And people will show you how to take it down
In spite of your love, steady up
Comments (26)add comment
 cc_rider wrote:

I like this track better than some of the others I've heard off this disc. But as someone mentioned, radio is playing the carp out of one or two tracks. Ugh.

Happened to me with Smashing Pumpkins' '1979'. Could not turn on the radio without hearing it! Now it's an automatic PSD - and it's not really their fault.
c.



Yes, yes it is. 
This new album sounds pretty lame compared to their past works. The aging process has a strange effect on the ability to keep producing at your best!
 HaxReflex wrote:

Red Hot ...:))




Not.
 NoEnzLefttoSplit wrote:

I might be a bit dense, but I haven't got a clue what they are singing about.




As far as I can tell, none of the lyrics on this album seem to make sense.
I don't complain much here, but I have to now. I'm really tired already of this new RHCP record. I find nothing enjoyable about it at all. And yeah - the skip button, I know. But when it's across the room from where you're working...
Boring. 
 NoEnzLefttoSplit wrote:

I might be a bit dense, but I haven't got a clue what they are singing about.



My thought is that Southend is part of the country known for being quite white, and Brixton is part of London that's known for being ... pretty diverse.
I like this track better than some of the others I've heard off this disc. But as someone mentioned, radio is playing the carp out of one or two tracks. Ugh.

Happened to me with Smashing Pumpkins' '1979'. Could not turn on the radio without hearing it! Now it's an automatic PSD - and it's not really their fault.
c.
Can't help but to get the feeling that this album is the result of a contractual obligation...they had to get it done and released, rather than wanting to do it.  Just seems to be lacking that spark that makes their stuff so passionate and interesting usually.
 timmus wrote:
Holy crap, I just looked at the RP ratings for all the played tracks on this album, which came out this year.  6.7, 6.7, 6.5, 6.1, 5.5.
 
That's usually the kind of thing you see with some mediocre hipster band's album.


Yeah. Maybe if Neko Case was yodeling in the background the ratings would be higher.
This is played so often lately it reminds me of Payola. 
Red Hot ...:))
I have this disease that makes me actively hate everything that RHCP creates. Sigh.
Please retire.
Holy crap, I just looked at the RP ratings for all the played tracks on this album, which came out this year.  6.7, 6.7, 6.5, 6.1, 5.5.
 
That's usually the kind of thing you see with some mediocre hipster band's album.
Was just gonna say "this sounds like Chilli Peppers, if they mellowed out some". lol
Love Flea's licks on this. John back is great too.  So over Anthony's singing tho. 
I might be a bit dense, but I haven't got a clue what they are singing about.
 bas89 wrote:

Great song, still with the vibe we are used to.  It's great to still have them playing.




Especially with Frusciante back in the band!!
Meh
A unique sound, complete with Anthony on lead vocal. Not everyone's cup of tea, but great fun to hear at the start of the work day. PS And a shout-out to Flea, who wrote a really interesting autobiography.
prefer their funkier stuff but Flea always shows up with something amazing
Blech.
Great song, still with the vibe we are used to.  It's great to still have them playing.
The Peppers are still truckin' after all these years! 
Dibs!