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(Super Bowl XLVIII was watched by a record 115 million viewers.)"We decided that, with Anthony [Kiedis] singing live, that we could still bring the spirit and freedom of what we do into the performance, and of course we played every note in the recording specially for the gig.I met and spoke with Bruno, who was a beautiful dude, a real talented musician, and we worked out something that seemed like it would be fun," Flea wrote. The move to let his cord hang out obviously set him up for criticism."For the actual performance, Josh [Klinghoffer], Chad [Smith], and I were playing along with the pre recorded track so there was no need to plug in our guitars, so we did not," he explained."Could we have plugged them in and avoided bumming people out who have expressed disappointment that the instrumental track was pre recorded?"We had given this a lot of thought before agreeing to do it, and besides many a long conversation amongst ourselves, I spoke with many musician friends for whom I have the utmost respect, and they all said they would do it if asked, that it was a wild trippy thing to do, what the hell."Plus, the L.A.-based rocker added, the Chili Peppers love them some football and they ultimately didn't want to turn down the singular chance to ply their trade in front of millions of people.Our only thought was to bring the spirit of who we are to the people."And considering how much lip-syncing goes on during so-called live performances these days, we'll take a little pre-recorded Magik from those who have already more than paid their dues.Anthony Kiedis had some words for Chris Paul — and a finger, too.Flea acknowledged that the band's previous stance on "miming" has been to not do it, ever.
From the start, there was something different about the group and it was no surprise as they became increasingly successful with blending funk and punk.I truly love basketball with my ❤️❤️❤️ this photo by my brethren @atibaphoto A post shared by Flea (@flea333) on Anthony Kiedis and Flea have been courtside fixtures at Lakers basketball games for years. The song appeared on the band’s breakout 1989 album, magazine, Flea said that Magic Johnson was the biggest non-musician influence on his life.Nearly 20 years ago, the Red Hot Chili Peppers even recorded a song titled “Magic Johnson,” an ode to their love of the game and of the L. The RHCP bassist also said that Johnson was the top celebrity that he wanted to meet.Flea, Anthony Kiedis’ longtime Red Hot Chili Peppers bandmate, posted a photo of the two taken at the ill-fated NBA game to Instagram.Flea captioned the snap with his “dear brother” with some spiritual words, opening his statement by noting the “crazy” end to the game.