By the Way reviews— 18 total
18 user reviews of By the Way by Red Hot Chili Peppers
But upon a second and third listen one begins to notice every little detail, the textured and layered guitars, the...
Their unique sound is perfectly conveyed in the album, although slightly let down by some of the lyrics.
But falls short of "Californication" and "BSSM". The most impressive songs are "Can't Stop," "By The Way," "The Zephyr Song" "Minor Thing" and "Tear".
Though some of their earlier efforts are undoubtedly more fun for bouncing around and moshing, this has a little something...
In fact it is my favorite album ever.
Awesome sound and gorgeous lyrics. This ones on the helf between Stadium Arcadium and Californication.
So far, I haven't met anyone who hasn't heard of them, even if they don't like them.
slow and fast. The best songs are definately By The Way, Can't Stop, Zephyr Song and Universally Speaking.
My favouritwe songs on the album are Cant Stop and By The Way.
When listening to any of the songs from this album you know straight away that its the chilis, unlike on...
Most impressive songs. Well, 'Venice Queen' will leave you amazed and bewildered, and 'Can't Stop' will want you coming back for more.
I personally miss the random sexploits of the old days.
My personal favorites are By The Way, Can't Stop and Dosed, which are all great songs.
You don't have to like to Chili Peppers to appreciate that this is a wonderful piece of work.
You should get the cd if you don't already.
'By the Way' is the follow up to the highly successful 'Californication'.
With the accomplished, insanely melodic By the Way, the Red Hot Chili Peppers dive headfirst into the pop realm that...
Another brilliant album from one of the worlds truley great bands..