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Another example of the government using rock music to torture detainees was reported last week.
10 hrs ago | KC101.3 FM Connecticut
The Red Hot Chili Peppers aren't happy with the news that their music was supposedly used as so-called torture by the C.I.A. Earlier this month Al Jazeera America reported that some of the band's songs were part of an "enhanced interrogation technique" in 2002.
10 hrs ago | The Stranger
Although I'm usually an upstanding member of the Coachella Boosters Club, I have to confess that the ultra-heavy crowd on Friday coupled with the return of the dreaded dust storm on Saturday evening had me feeling a bit beaten down by the festival.
Chance hasn't lost his touch, the latest proof is the well executed cover of James Brown, where you can feel his original style all over the place.
"No, no, of course not," Smith told TMZ when asked if he approved the band's music being used in torture.
A member of the Red Hot Chili Peppers reacted Saturday to a report that alleged his band's music was used by the CIA to interrogate a detainee, saying he does not approve the government using their music for such purposes.
This week is a very scattered and rocking collection of records. Every now and then you have a week of clustered releases in one genre and this week is very heavily indie-rock based.
You can listen to the new song in the player below.
Antemasque , the newly formed supergroup of Flea and members of Mars Volta , have premiered their brand new single.
APPARENTLY the US government thinks that listening to the RHCP is torture, because they've been using their songs to make detainees talk.
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The contents of a leaked classified report which lists interrogation methods used by the CIA has revealed that Red Hot Chili Peppers' songs were played to terrorism suspects in a bid to extract information.