No one wants to deal with an angry Flea!

RHCP’s Flea fumes over leaked CD
The Red Hot Chili Peppers are upset over an Internet leak of their upcoming album “Stadium Arcadium,” set for release Tuesday, and are urging fans not to download it illegally.
In a web posting on the band’s official site on Tuesday, RCHP bassist Flea shared his feelings on the discovery of the leak.
“Well that’s not very nice. If you download it now off one of those file-sharing sites, you will be getting a pale imitation of the record,” he wrote in his latest blog. “It will be of… poor sound quality… and that will break my heart. It will break John Frusciante’s heart. It will break Anthony Kiedis’ heart. And it will break the heart of Chad Smith.”
He also lashed out at the music pirate who leaked the band’s first studio album in four years.
“For people to just steal a poor-sound quality version of it for free because some a–hole stole it is sad to me. It is stealing from us and that is lame. Everyone has to live with their own conscience on that one.”
It is unknown who the leaker is or how they managed to obtain a copy of the not-yet-released material.
Upon the release of “Stadium Arcadium,” the Chili Peppers will embark on a North American tour beginning August 11 in Portland, and will play a month long Canadian stint beginning Sept. 14 in Vancouver.