The Red Hot Chili Peppers literally came out of nowhere. Nowadays, the band is one of the most successful bends in music history.
But for the Peppers, their music is much more than just their songs and lyrics. Behind their flamboyant lifestyle on stage, lies a solid friendship between all members.
The VH1 documentary, called “Red Hot Chili Peppers: Behind the Music” takes you deep into the friendship between band members. What do they like? How do they socialize? Where do they hang up when they are not producing music? Who is the most funny of them all?
When the documentary was first filmed in 2002, Anthony Kiedis, the lead vocalist said that he has a “funny feeling they are just getting started”. Since then, they released two hit albums, “Stadium Arcadium” and “I’m with you”.
The documentary, however, focuses on the job the band did before 2002, mainly the two most successful albums, “Californication” and “By the Way”.
But what the documentary shows the best is the friendship and communication between the members. For example, the two most recognizable members, Anthony and Flea (bass guitar) first met when they were both 15 and attending high school. Want to know more of the stories behind one of the most successful bands? Be our guest!