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Dave was more meticulous on that one". If you do the drums and then the guitars, you can fill the hole that's left with bass. And sometimes that hole wants a certain frequency that isn't traditional for bass, but you Album) to go with it, which is even more fun.
During the last three weeks of work on the rock songs, the band was in the studio "from noon to eight in the morning, making the rock record the most devastating thing we've ever done". We need to do one song a day and no one's leaving until that song is done. Grohl declared that "making this record revitalized this band", particularly the acoustic songs, as they "showed ourselves what we're capable of doing" and "[made] things scary again. You do something that you've never done, and it makes you feel like a bigger band.
Preparing the acoustic Album), Grohl decided he would improve it with guest appearances, and made a list of musicians he would like to work with, such as Warren Haynes and Grant Hart. Grohl described his appearance as the "second-greatest thing to happen to me in my life" behind his marriage. Norah Jones was brought for the bossa nova "Virginia Moon" after Grohl heard her record and considered that his song was "her vibe" and Jones' voice "was so smooth and warm that I figured it would work out great with mine.
He described it as "just the most fucking kick-ass thing we've ever done"  and said, "If someone asked me which Led Zeppelin album to buy, I would tell them Physical Graffitibecause it has such a wide dynamic and it shows the range that band had. And that's what we wanted to do with this album. The double album has a disc of rock songs and another with acoustic ones, which Grohl said demonstrated his artistic freedom — "It's not one specific genre of music, it's not one specific style.
I'm just a musician. I can play all these different instruments, I can write a bossa nova, I can write a thrash tune. The band tried to do the albums without a "middle ground" sound,  with "the acoustic record far more delicate and beautiful and atmospheric", and "the rock CD far more brutal and aggressive" than their previous work. And the songs were written to hold more orchestration.
We've never had accordions and pump organs and cellos and stand up bass. The lyrics on the rock album tried to focus on "general themes that everyone can get their hands on", while the acoustic had introspective lyrics that are "vulnerable and revealing", with things Grohl "wouldn't say out loud, wouldn't even admit End Over End - Foo Fighters - In Your Honor (CD myself.
You have to dig into a deeper place to find the words",  and that "I don't know what it is about, this album, that makes it sound more heartfelt or deeper or more emotional, but when I listen to it, it really is. The price of the album was just one dollar above what is paid for a regular single-disc CD, as Grohl thought the albums "complemented each other in one package, and I don't need any more money".
The first 25, US copies were in a special edition DualDisc set containing a "making of" documentary in the first disc, and the second disc in 5, End Over End - Foo Fighters - In Your Honor (CD. RCA also issued 5, copies of a quadruple vinyl LP record. Nearly fifteen years after the album's release, "Razor" appeared on an episode of The Flash.
The release was promoted with the in Your Honor Tour. The tour began in the summer ofand ran through to June It featured two shows per city, an electric one in arenas and an acoustic in smaller venues. In Your Honor was generally met with positive reviews. At Metacritica website that assigns a normalized rating out of to reviews from mainstream critics, the album received an average score of 70, based on 26 reviews.
Writing for The New York TimesJon Pareles considered the album "an unexpected magnum opus ", and while Pareles felt that "the rock CD overpowers the acoustic one", he considered that "among the quieter songs, there are enough supple melodies and hypnotic guitar patterns to suggest fine prospects for a follow-through album".
Some reviewers found In Your Honor overlong and inconsistent. Writing for Rolling StoneBarry Walters praised the acoustic songs, while considering that In Your Honor "could have been easily pruned down to one disc", claiming the rock songs besides "Resolve" "strain so hard that the melody gets lost" and went in a "cartoonish headbanging fashion" that "accentuates the band's self-inflicted one-dimensionality", and that the "sameness and vagueness of [Grohl's] love lyrics blunt their impact".
Club criticized the acoustic disc as "gooey, undercooked, and embarrassingly unpalatable" and "reveal[ing] Dave Grohl's songwriting shortcomings", but praised the rock songs which are "as loud and assaultive as just about anything Grohl has ever recorded", and considered that the "first song set sounds especially tight and ferocious; it's not all that diminished by the unfortunate revelations of disc two".
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Retrieved August 26, Album Rating: 3. Ditto Steve ninjuice. I had a tricky time with this review and found it difficult to adjust to writing for a 2 disc album. I actually had an additional couple of paragraphs originally but the review was too long and some editing eventually got it down to what you see now.
As for it being a little too track by track'ish, that's most likely because I actually wrote the original version of this review about months ago when I reviewed The Fooey's first 3 albums. I think I have gone further away from tbt's since then.
Album Rating: 4. Thing is, I completely disagree about the 2nd disc. Over And Out is one of my favourite Foo Fighters songs of all time, it's incredibly powerful. I would call Miracle overrated, but Still underrated. The only song that I don't really like is Virginia Moon, and as for Friend Of A Friend, you have to remember that Dave Grohl wrote it when he was much younger, I find it has a nice innocent charm about it. As for the first disc, the title track is one of my favourites, and though I mostly agree with you, I find No Way Back is overrated, seeing as so many people say it's underrated and I only find it to be a pretty good song, rather than a great one.
But as I say, really good and concise review, well done! And I know that you would not be the only person that likes the acoustic 2nd disc more than I do. I think that is very much up to individual tastes. I was going to go into more detail on some of those tracks EG: the back-story behind 'Friend of a Friend'but it would have unfortunately made the review too long I think. As for 'No Way Back', it just doesn't seem to get mentioned much when The Fooeys better songs are listed, hence my "under-rated" tag.
It will be very interesting to see if it makes their 'Best Of' when such a compilation finally comes out. My guess is that it will not. They played it live when I saw them, though, although seeing as their setlist was about 2. And yeah, well said on the 2nd disc. I suppose that's what separates the better acoustic artists out there from the also-rans.
I'm not suggesting that The Fooeys are generally "also-rans", but I definitely don't think they are anywhere near the best acoustic band going around. Well, I open up the music section of the local newspaper today and there amongst a whole batch of planned 'Greatest Hits' packages is some sort of Foo Fighters singles collection to be released later in the year!
Anyone who doesn't own more than 2 of their albums would be wise to get said Singles Collection. I hope they include some of the Skin and Bones acoustic stuff, too. However, with the way they played the live show I went to, it doesn't sound like they're planning on finishing any time soon. Dave Grohl just seems incredibly confident, and they've only just really broken through into British general awareness. They could release another 2 or 3 albums on the back of that, and I hope they do, although perhaps a change of sound is in order Like you say, their live show is currently terrific and there just seems to be a lot of motivation in their playing.
I actually am in the minority and believe they have sufficiently changed their sound to a more mellower kind over the past 2 albums. Do they need to change again on their next release??? I wouldn't say "need", but like you say, I think it would be preferable.
I was worried there. Well, I guess the track listing's probably gonna be obvious, like you say. I'll save the slating for now Album Rating: 2.
Still in particular is just gorgeous. Foo Fighters In Your Honor 3. Rank: for On the first disc, they took their rock music to a more aggressive level, while the Album) disc was performed practically all acoustically. Given this breathing space, Disc-1 is kicked off with a specialist opener. That is, the title track is not anything special in isolation, but builds up in an involving manner to make for a very effective beginning to any sort of album as well as a live concert.
Catchy throughout and fairly memorable, it is a very good mixture of rock and melody. Beginning with just vocals and strumming background guitar, it intensely builds up in an involving manner as layers of instrumentation are gradually added.
There are a few average album tracks contained upon the first disc as well, but nothing is at all awful.
Jun 13, · Label: Roswell Records - 2,RCA - • Format: 2x, CD Album • Country: Europe • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Hard Rock Foo Fighters - In Your Honor (, CD) | Discogs/5(). In Your Honor was released in June and truly developed the band’s signature sound of loud rock anthems through amplified guitars and booming drums. However on the second CD (as it was a. Sep 21, · Track 01 In Your Honor By: Foo Fighters Roswell Records Lyrics: Can you hear me Hear me screamin' Breaking in the muted skies This thunder heart Like bombs beating Echoing a thousand miles.
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Jun 14, · Product Description 'In Your Honor' opens with a blistering tour de force title track that matches and possibly exceeds the ferocity of any of the heaviest tracks Foo Fighters have ever recorded, from the Best Hard Rock Grammyr-winning 'All My Life' to /5(). Although it was as big a commercial success as Foo Fighters' three previous albums, 's One by One seemed flat and tired, as if their leader, Dave Grohl, had reached a songwriting slump or as if the band had exhausted its faharderimarneusobisecocontge.co time was ripe for a reinvention, or at least a risk, and the group responded accordingly with In Your Honor, a double album containing one disc of hard 8/
Jun 14, · Check out In Your Honor by Foo Fighters on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on faharderimarneusobisecocontge.co "End Over End" is a catchy closer, better served by following it up with the gentle "Razor," an absolutely melancholic song with a lullaby feel (appropriately enough, given Josh Homme's presence). With all the technical /5().
Jan 25, · Provided to YouTube by Sony Music Entertainment Razor · Foo Fighters In Your Honor ℗ Roswell Records, Inc. Released on: . Jun 14, · Check out In Your Honor by Foo Fighters on Amazon Music. Stream ad-free or purchase CD's and MP3s now on faharderimarneusobisecocontge.co "End Over End" is a catchy closer, better served by following it up with the gentle "Razor," an absolutely melancholic song with a lullaby feel (appropriately enough, given Josh Homme's presence). With all the technical /5().
Jun 14, · In Your Honor Lyrics: Can you hear me / Hear me screamin / Breaking in the muted skies / This thunder heart / Like bombs beating / Echoing a thousand miles / Mine is yours and yours is mine / .
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