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Recorded live in Los Angeles, and incorporating an expanded ensemble, including violin, keyboard and percussion, 'Skin And Bones' is far more than simply a stripped-down collection of Foo Fighters hits. Each song has been carefully rearranged for the new instruments, which results in classic tracks such as 'Next Year' and 'Everlong' being given a new lease of life. Whilst Grohl and co are well known for their stadium-filling rock shows, this new format shows that Foo Fighters can be every bit as entertaining when unplugged in a more intimate setting.
Over And Out
Walking After You
My Hero
Next Year
Another Round
Big Me
Cold Day In The Sun
Skin And Bones
February Stars
Times Like These
Friends Of A Friend
Best Of You
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'There Is Nothing Left To Lose' is the third album by former Nirvana sticksman Dave Grohl's band, Foo Fighters. A noticeably more polished album than predecessor 'The Colour And The Shape', nevertheless the crisp songwriting and irresistible melodies are still there in full force, making this album an essential purchase. Includes the singles 'Learning To Fly', 'Next Year', 'Breakout' and 'Generator'.

This is an Enhanced audio CD which contains regular audio tracks and multimedia computer files.
Foo Fighters includes: David Grohl (vocals, guitar).
Recorded in 1999.
THERE IS NOTHING LEFT TO LOSE won the 2001 Grammy Award for Best Rock Album. "Learn To Fly" won the 2001 Grammy Award for Best Short Form Music Video. The song was also nominated for the 2001 Grammy Award for Best Rock Performance by a Duo or Group with Vocal.
In the time following the disintegration of Nirvana, Dave Grohl worked hard at establishing the Foo Fighters. The release of the band's third album was a triumph that came on the heels of a label switch, Grohl's divorce, and the departure of three band members. Despite all the chaos, the former Nirvana skinbasher managed to record a collection of songs that meld the power of his punk roots with an innate sense of melodicism.
Sure to shock and dismay indie purists are such abundant '70s classic rock quirks as the stomping Foghat-like riffs of "Gimme Stitches" and the Frampton-influenced talk box that colors "Generator." Elsewhere, the pounding force of the scathing "Stacked Actors" and the driving "Breakout" contain elements of a hard-hitting rhythmic style that has its roots in the D.C. hardcore scene that spawned Grohl. The true beauty of THERE IS NOTHING LEFT TO LOSE is the way in which the Foo Fighters maintain a delicate balance of blistering guitar and irresistible hooks, resulting in the perfect pop of "Learn to Fly" and the gentle twang of "Ain't It the Life."

Unbeknownst to most Nirvana fans, drummer David Grohl was also a singer/guitarist/songwriter who wrote numerous songs on his own during his tenure with the band. After Kurt Cobain's death in 1994, Grohl decided to head out on his own and formed the Foo Fighters; he recruited sometime Nirvana consort Pat Smear (ex- of the Germs) and swiped the rhythm section from early-emo gods Sunny Day Real Estate and assumed frontman duties. The delightfully silly debut single "This is a Call" was a good indication of where the band's intentions lay as the Foos reflected Grohl's former band's melodic-punk-pop, but with a somewhat lighter attitude, a sound they would ride to over a decade of pop superstardom.
Stacked Actors
Learn To Fly
Gimme Stitches
Live-In Skin
Next Year
Ain't It The Life
you have a good taste in music
Big Save!!
you have a good taste in music

he sure does

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