Foo Fighters’ Albums, Ranked From Worst to Best

The Foo Fighters, Dave Grohl's solo studio project that quickly evolve into a full band, are now well on their way to becoming a "classic rock" band. More than two decades old and they're still at it. For better or worse. They are like the granddaddies of corporate rock now---irrelevant and boring---in the same way… Continue reading Foo Fighters’ Albums, Ranked From Worst to Best

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The Colour and the Shape (Foo Fighters, 1997)

This is how rock music should be – loud guitars, propulsive drumming, plenty of hooks and catchy choruses. All these check boxes I’d like to tick – Foo Fighters’ The Colour and the Shape has them in spades. It has parts loud, abrasive, and unruly – ruckus intertwined with melody – and parts quiet and… Continue reading The Colour and the Shape (Foo Fighters, 1997)