A DVD featuring the "Dani California" music video, track-by-track interviews with the band as well as a making-of "Dani California" video was also included. The Red Hot Chili Peppers.
Storm in a Teacup is the eleventh track on the CD2 "Mars" (twenty-fifth overall) from the band's ninth studio album, Stadium Arcadium. Oh, good God, Heaven Almighty, Heavens to murgatroyd We've got a cataclysmic situation developing Someone get down here now. Come on, come on, baby let me show you what I'm talking about You try to be a lady but your walking like a sour kraut Looka looka like-a like-a likuh you wanna get some If you never tell a lie then you never have to play dumb.
Storm in a Teacup" has been covered by other artists, notably the Tremeloes, Tony Hatch and His Orchestra, Alan Caddy Orchestra And Singers, Steven Smith and Father, Bob Rowe, The Mike Morton Congregation, Orchester Konrad Grewe, folk group Just Us on their self-titled album, and also Manchester United . single on the Philips record label References. "Storm in a Teacup".
Robert Graham - Living in a Coma 04:44. Robert Graham - Jonathon Baker 05:24. Robert Graham - Reaching You 03:57. Robert Graham - Set it Free 04:26. Robert Graham - Don't Go 03:55. Robert Graham - In Love With a Girl 02:43. Robert Graham - Set it Free 04:32. You Are Welcome Here - Robert Graham. Believe in Love - Robert Graham.
Storm in a Teacup may refer to: a variation of Tempest in a teapot, an idiom meaning a small event that has been exaggerated out of proportion. Storm in a Teacup (film), a 1937 British film. A Storm in a Teacup", episode 1 from Series 3 of Porridge (TV series). Storm in a Teacup", a 1971 song by The Fortunes. Storm in a Teacup", a song by Sheffield band Milburn from their debut album Well Well Well. Storm in a Teacup", a song from the Red Hot Chili Peppers album Stadium Arcadium.
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