The biggest band of the new millennium? Certainly no one else has dominated the music scene in recent years like the Chili's. From the bad boys of Funk Rock, swinging their socks, to a world wide phenomenon. This is an in-depth analysis of the Red Hot Chili Peppers on record, on stage and on film. Drawing on global archives, with interviews with the band and extensive performance footage, the colossus that is the Chilis is here put under the microscope. Further insight is supplied by Andy Gill, producer of their debut album and D. H Peligro, drummer for punk legends Dead Kennedys and occasional drummer for the Chilis. An extensive book features rare photographs of the band in performance and other artwork, and an intricate analysis of the music of the Chilis and the sound that went from the hip-hop end of funk-rock to the sophistication of well crafted songs that began with the reintroduction of Frusciante. Featured tracks include: Give It Away, Suck My Kiss, If You Have To Ask, Aeroplane, Under The Bridge, Power Of Equality and more!