Foo Fighters - Greatest Hits [CD/DVD] [Audio CD]

Foo Fighters - Greatest Hits [CD/DVD] [Audio CD]

All My Life, Best of You, Everlong, The Pretender, My Hero, Learn to Fly, Times Like These, Monkey Wrench, Big Me, Breakout, Long Road to Ruin, This Is a Call, Skin and Bones, Wheels, Word Forward, Everlong [Acoustic Version], I'll Stick Around [DVD], Big Me [DVD], Monkey Wrench [DVD], Everlong [DVD], My Hero [DVD], Walking After You [DVD], Learn to Fly [DVD], Next Year [DVD], All My Life [DVD], Times Like These [DVD], Low [DVD], Best of You [DVD], Doa [DVD], Resolve [DVD], The Pretender [DVD], Long Road to Ruin [DVD], Wheels [DVD], Everlong [Live from Everywhere But Home] [DVD], Breakout [Live at Hyde Park] [DVD], Skin and Bones [DVD], All My Life [DVD][Live] « less…

  • Foo Fighters were the most unexpectedly mercurial band in '90s rock, boasting a different lineup for each of their three albums. The ever-shifting membership didn't help erase the image that the group was merely a vehicle for Dave... Foo Fighters were the most unexpectedly mercurial band in '90s rock, boasting a different lineup for each of their three albums. The ever-shifting membership didn't help erase the image that the group was merely a vehicle for Dave Grohl, and made it seem like Grohl was something of a dictator, at least to some biased outside observers. That's why their third record, There Is Nothing Left to Lose, comes as somewhat of a surprise. It is the first Foo Fighters album that sounds like the work of a unified, muscular band, and the first one that rocks really hard. A lot of credit should go to Adam Kasper, who produced the record with

  • Given that the Foo Fighters released a double-album comprised of one electric record and one acoustic album, it's no surprise that they performed several acoustic concerts on its supporting tour. One of these, a stop at the Pantag... Given that the Foo Fighters released a double-album comprised of one electric record and one acoustic album, it's no surprise that they performed several acoustic concerts on its supporting tour. One of these, a stop at the Pantages Theater in Los Angeles, is documented on the 2006 live album Skin and Bones album, which culls 15 highlights from the show. Although the Foo Fighters are performing on acoustics and are buttressed by such guest musicians as Petra Haden and Dave Grohl's former Nirvana running partner Pat Smear, the band doesn't sound radically different here, nor do they reinvent their material: they merely play their

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