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In Your Honor Disc : 2 (Foo, Fighters.)
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In Your Honor Disc : 2
Author:
Foo, Fighters. Search Author in Amazon Books

Publisher:
RCA
ISBN:
B0009HLDFU Book Cover Image
Edition:
2005
Classification:
MCD 003324
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    - It’s likely that a decade after its debut record this band now has fans who might ask, "You mean Dave Grohl was in a band before the Foo Fighters?" But they, or any Foo followers who pine for the increasingly refined vocals and polished pop-punk uniformity of the first four albums, will swallow this one whole--or at least half. For as much as vocalist/bandleader Grohl and Co. mix a similar concoction on the 20-song double CD, they manage to agitate the formula ever so slightly. Disc one follows the Foo’s classic sonic blueprint: lip-smacking melodies and enigmatic lyrics, double-barrel guitars and drums that attack. But songs take a gentle turn on the second CD, showcasing Grohl’s underrated vocals amidst a high-energy ensemble of acoustic guitars, piano and mandolin (by studio guest John Paul Jones of Led Zeppelin). Singing, not shouting, Grohl flips potential teen-rock anthems like "Miracle" and "Cold Day in the Sun" (with drummer Taylor Hawkins handling lead vocals) into impending adult-oriented radio staples and, 11 years after Nirvana, the Foo Fighters may finally have their triumph.
    - 1.Still 5:15 2.What If I Do? 5:02 3.Miracle 3:29 4.Another Round 4:25 5.Friend Of A Friend 3:13 6.Over And Out 5:16 7.On The Mend 4:31 8.Virginia Moon 3:49 9.Cold Day In The Sun 3:20 10.Razor 4:53
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