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Always a rock and roll force to be reckoned with, Foo Fighters unleash yet another milestone recording with their sixth studio album, ECHOES SLIENCE, PATIENCE AND GRACE. a tour de force highlighting the strengths of a band that has sold 15 million records and inspired fabid fandom worldwide, the new album produced by Gil Norton (Pixies, Jimmy Eat World, Dashboard Confessional), marking the first time the band worked with the legendary producer since the new-classic, recently re-issued 1997 album THE COLOUR AND THE SHAPE. This album is the next giant leap for a band that has made a career out of pushing the boundaries of rock.
Always a rock and roll force to be reckoned with, Foo Fighters unleash yet another milestone recording with their sixth studio album, ECHOES SLIENCE, PATIENCE AND GRACE. a tour de force highlighting the strengths of a band that has sold 15 million records and inspired fabid fandom worldwide, the new album produced by Gil Norton (Pixies, Jimmy Eat World, Dashboard Confessional), marking the first time the band worked with the legendary producer since the new-classic, recently re-issued 1997 album THE COLOUR AND THE SHAPE. This album is the next giant leap for a band that has made a career out of pushing the boundaries of rock.
886971151626
Foo Fighters - Echoes, Silence, Patience and Grace

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Format: CD
Label: RCA
Catalog: 11516
Rel. Date: 09/25/2007
UPC: 886971151626

Echoes, Silence, Patience and Grace
Artist: Foo Fighters
Format: CD
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Always a rock and roll force to be reckoned with, Foo Fighters unleash yet another milestone recording with their sixth studio album, ECHOES SLIENCE, PATIENCE AND GRACE. a tour de force highlighting the strengths of a band that has sold 15 million records and inspired fabid fandom worldwide, the new album produced by Gil Norton (Pixies, Jimmy Eat World, Dashboard Confessional), marking the first time the band worked with the legendary producer since the new-classic, recently re-issued 1997 album THE COLOUR AND THE SHAPE. This album is the next giant leap for a band that has made a career out of pushing the boundaries of rock.

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Wanna feel old? This is the Foo Fighters' sixth full-length. Doesn't it feel like Kurt Cobain called it a day in the early '70s right alongside Jim, Jimi and Janis? Anyway, onto recent history: Foo sales exploded after Dave Grohl's solo guitar rendition of "Everlong" at Live Earth'"a moment eerily reminiscent of Gavin Rossdale performing Bush's "Glycerine" solo in the rain at an MTV spring break show, except it wasn't raining this time and "Everlong" doesn't totally suck'"so clearly, fans are primed for new material. It's the band's first time hooking up with producer Gil Norton since singles-factory The Colour and the Shape ("Everlong," "My Hero," "Monkeywrench"), which they've never been able to quite match. Grohl is certainly capable of cranking out catchy, poignant stuff any and everywhere on the pop spectrum. Let's hope this time around we're getting the best, the best, the best, the best of Foos.
        
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