Chris - who is married to actress Gwyneth Paltrow - insisted he is no longer bothered by the band's critics and chooses to focus on the positive.
He told the Sydney Morning Herald newspaper: ''You can very easily become infected by the minority negative opinion.
''I was talking to my dad about Manchester United -- the most popular football team in the world -- and when they show up at West Ham they get booed. I was thinking, 'Well, it's the same for us'.''
Chris said crowds singing their tracks such as 'Paradise' put the negative aspects in perspective.
He said: ''When everybody is singing 'Paradise' at the moment it makes me feel so alive and happy. There comes a point where you just accept that whatever you do, someone will like or hate it, so it's extremely liberating.
''We are incredibly blessed that we are -- 12 years in -- allowed to make whatever we want to make. That's extraordinary. Even in the film world you can't do that. Only a few people can do that.''
He added: ''I'm always looking at Kanye West and he's moving so fast, doing such amazing work that I want to keep chasing him for a while. I don't want to give up just yet.''