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Stadium Arcadium is the ninth studio album by American rock band Red Hot Chili Peppers. The album was released on May 9, 2006, on Warner Bros. The album produced five singles: "Dani California", "Tell Me Baby", "Snow (Hey Oh)", "Desecration Smile" and "Hump de Bump", along with the first-ever fan-made music video for the song "Charlie". In the United States, Stadium Arcadium became the band's first number-one album
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The Stadium Arcadium World Tour (also known as The Intergalactic Tour) was a 2006–2007 concert tour by the band Red Hot Chili Peppers in support of their ninth studio album, Stadium Arcadium. The band started out with a pre-tour promotional leg of dates around the world while the world tour was composed of six legs, three in Europe, one in Australia, New Zealand and Asia, and the other two in the US and Canada.
Stadium Arcadium is the band's ninth studio album, released in 2006. It was the last album released with guitarist John Frusciante before his second departure from the band. As a double album, the album covered many different stages of the band's career, from the harder funk-metal sound of Blood Sugar Sex Magik to the softer, more melodic alternative pop-rock sound of Californication and By the Way. This is the band's only album to debut at on the Billboard 200 chart.
Red Hot Chili Peppers. Stadium Arcadium (2xCD, Album, Dig). Een when you're not necessarily a fan, it's a great album and a great introduction to the Red Hot Chili Peppers. Reply Notify me 3 Helpful. unlike my CD copy where everything sounds like its coming from one instrument). Indulgence has long been a way of life for the Red Hot Chili Peppers, yet they resisted the siren's call of the double album until 2006's Stadium Arcadium. Sure, 1991's breakthrough Blood Sugar Sex Magik was as long as a classic double LP, but such distinctions mattered little in the era when vinyl gave way to CD, and they matter less now, as the CD gradually gives way to digital-only releases