foo fighters

Discussion in 'Music' started by OneOfTheseDays, Jan 15, 2005.

  1. so today i was at the mall and deicded to pick up a copy of "The Colour and the Shape" by the foo fighters because i heard 3 or 4 songs by them and liked them all and i heard this was a good album. so it turns out i absoloutley love this album. which one of their albums should i purchase next?
     
  2. blindhobosam

    blindhobosam The Legend

    get 'there is nothing left to lose' if you like monkey wrench, if you prefer most of the other songs get 'one by one' or whatever its called
     
  3. Rar1013

    Rar1013 GroovaMama

    that is a great album
     
  4. earthmuffin

    earthmuffin Member

    You should most definetly purchase their first album. Self titled "Foo Fighters" is excellent, it's got a more raw sound, almost like Nirvana being because it was just after Grohl's Nirvana days, but I think it's my favorite Foo album. There is Nothing Left to Lose is also good, and then of course One by One.

    Go for the gold and buy Foo Fighters, self titled! :)
     
  5. *just a little thing.....if u get a chance DL their floyd cover of 'Have a cigar' Its a very good cover
    great band.
     
  6. earthmuffin

    earthmuffin Member

    or their cover of Prince's "darling nikki".
     
  7. Duck

    Duck quack. Lifetime Supporter

    It's all good
     
  8. Rhythmdevil

    Rhythmdevil Member

    Yeah, all their stuff is good. I think that Colour and Shape is their best album, but the self titled isn't bad either.
     
  9. dedhead95

    dedhead95 The Wizard of Rhythm

    I think they're awsome. Dave is a good singer considering he was a drummer. Who woulda guessed it.
     
  10. SaF

    SaF Hip Forums Supporter HipForums Supporter

    You should also download some of their acoustic stuff - totally amazing.
     

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