Foo Fighters

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Foo Fighters - The Pretender
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Foo Fighters - The Pretender 32,324,065 views
Foo Fighters - Best Of You 11,621,267 views
Foo Fighters - Learn To Fly 8,813,065 views
Foo Fighters My Hero - Live At Hyde Park 1,254,185 views
Foo Fighters - All My Life 6,636,739 views
Foo Fighters - Everlong 10,006,499 views
Foo Fighters - Monkey Wrench (Live @ Wembley Stadium 2008) 212,769 views
Foo Fighters - Rope 1,987,088 views
Foo Fighters. Walk. 537,000 views
Foo Fighters - These Days 1,036,839 views
Foo Fighters - Times Like These 6,561,949 views
Foo Fighters - Long Road To Ruin 5,489,060 views
Foo Fighters - My Hero 263,754 views
Foo Fighters - Big Me 2,203,626 views
Foo Fighters - Wheels 3,078,305 views
Foo Fighters - Walking After You 1,309,547 views

Foo Fighters User Comments

Brian H. Oct 5, 2012
I was excited for the Foo Fighters before their first album was even released. As a big fan of Nirvana I was excited for whatever Dave Grohl had up his sleeve and who would have known, some 18 years later, that they would still be throwing everything they’ve got into what they’re doing. Foos began as a heavier sounding alternative rock band and have, over time, stretched themselves in so many different directions – ballads, stadium anthems, the occasional punk/metal ditty – that it’s amazing they’ve been able to attract and maintain the wildly diverse audience that they have. They’re pretty much the last main stream rock band standing these days and whether you prefer more accessible rock (their later albums) or more aggressive, irresistibly hooky alternative rock (their first few albums) there’s definitely something here for everyone.
Anonymous Sep 6, 2012
It has been nearly two decades since Dave Grohl created the Foo Fighters following the death of Kurt Cobain, and in that time, this group has cemented its place at the very pinnacle of rock music. With a catalog of songs spanning eight albums and nearly the entire spectrum of the genre, from hard-hitting power ballads to stripped-down acoustic tracks, the Foo Fighters have become a must-see act for anyone who truly loves live music, and appreciate those at the very top of their craft. They are consummate professionals; every single one of their shows is a high-energy display of their love for performing music for their fans. Indeed, the great Adam Carolla once remarked, while discussing the best live musical acts around today, that "[Dave Grohl] has never 'mailed in' anything in his life. He doesn't even 'mail in' mail." Though probably an exaggeration, Carolla hit the proverbial nail on the head: the Foo Fighters are super awesome. If you haven't yet seen them, do yourself a favor and look up their tour dates. P.S. SC baseball RULES!!!! WOO!
Danny M. Aug 15, 2012
I have liked the Foo Fighters since their very first album and always thought they were a solid band…but over the last year and a half they have cemented themselves as one of my favorites of all time. I bought their most recent album Wasting Light when it first came out and then had the opportunity to see them at The Forum in LA last October. The album was easily the best rock album of 2011 IMHO and I knew they would rock live…but that concert was by far the best rock show I have seen in a long, long time. Dave Grohl and crew took command of the stage and the arena for almost three hours as they ripped through the new album as well as their songbook of hard rock hits. Dave really knows how to work the crowd and seems like a totally down to earth guy…the band was also stoked to be playing in LA which is home to most of them at this point. I love the new album and was really happy to see them play Bridge Burning, Rope, Walk, and These Days…along with some of their classics…My Hero, Monkey Wrench, All My Life, and of course Everlong. These guys have been touring for well over a year now and they will probably need a break soon...I will try to wait patiently for their next album and whatever lies ahead.

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