Foo Fighters - Acoustic Bootlegs
01 - Intro.mp3 3,32MB 1:27
02 - Learn To Fly.mp3 9,83MB 4:18
03 - Aint It The Life.mp3 10,59MB 4:38
04 - Everlong.mp3 11,72MB 5:07
05 - Next Year.mp3 12,08MB 5:17
06 - For All The Cows.mp3 8,41MB 3:41
07 - Walking After You.mp3 10,85MB 4:44
08 - Monkey Wrench.mp3 9,93MB 4:20
09 - See You.mp3 5,42MB 2:22
10 - Blackbird.mp3 3,19MB 1:24
11 - Wattershed [The Fred Schneider Version].mp3 7,64MB 3:20
12 - Everlong II.mp3 10,17MB 4:27
13 - My Hero.mp3 9,37MB 4:06
14 - Everlong [Howard Stern On Vocals].mp3 14,70MB 6:25
15 - Baby Hold On To Me.mp3 9,28MB 4:03
16 - Breakout.mp3 9,59MB 4:11
 Foo Fighters - One By One
01 - All My Life.mp3 10,06MB 4:24
02 - Low.mp3 10,23MB 4:28
03 - Have It All.mp3 11,37MB 4:58
04 - Times Like These.mp3 10,16MB 4:26
05 - Disenchanted Lullaby.mp3 10,43MB 4:34
06 - Tired Of You.mp3 11,88MB 5:11
07 - Halo.mp3 11,69MB 5:06
08 - Lonely As You.mp3 10,57MB 4:37
09 - Overdrive.mp3 10,32MB 4:31
10 - Burn Away.mp3 11,38MB 4:58
11 - Come Back.mp3 17,93MB 7:50
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 Foo Fighters - Greatest Hits
01 - Times Like These.mp3 10,16MB 4:26
02 - Best Of You (Live).mp3 10,74MB 4:42
03 - My Poor Brain.mp3 8,15MB 3:34
04 - Learn To Fly.mp3 8,98MB 3:55
05 - DOA.mp3 9,62MB 4:12
06 - Enough Space.mp3 6,01MB 2:37
07 - Monkey Wrench.mp3 8,84MB 3:52
08 - FFL.mp3 5,70MB 2:29
09 - Wattershed.mp3 5,19MB 2:16
10 - Just Another Story About Skeet.mp3 4,93MB 2:09
11 - All My Life.mp3 10,06MB 4:24
12 - My Hero.mp3 9,92MB 4:20
13 - For All The Cows (Live).mp3 8,16MB 3:34
14 - Halo.mp3 11,69MB 5:07
15 - Stacked Actors.mp3 9,79MB 4:17
16 - Breakout.mp3 7,67MB 3:21
17 - Everlong.mp3 9,59MB 4:11
18 - Resolve.mp3 11,02MB 4:49
 Foo Fighters - In Your Honor [Disc1]
01 - In Your Honor.mp3 8,78MB 3:50
02 - No Way Back.mp3 7,50MB 3:17
03 - Best Of You.mp3 9,76MB 4:16
04 - DOA.mp3 9,62MB 4:12
05 - Hell.mp3 4,47MB 1:57
06 - The Last Song.mp3 7,61MB 3:20
07 - Free Me.mp3 10,63MB 4:39
08 - Resolve.mp3 11,01MB 4:49
09 - The Deepest Blues Are Black.mp3 9,09MB 3:58
10 - End Over End.mp3 13,43MB 5:52
 Foo Fighters - In Your Honor [Disc2]
01 - Still.mp3 11,95MB 5:13
02 - What If I Do.mp3 11,56MB 5:03
03 - Miracle.mp3 8,00MB 3:30
04 - Another Round.mp3 10,14MB 4:26
05 - Friend Of A Friend.mp3 7,37MB 3:13
06 - Over And Out.mp3 12,06MB 5:16
07 - On The Mend.mp3 10,37MB 4:32
08 - Virginia Moon.mp3 8,74MB 3:49
09 - Cold Day In The Sun.mp3 7,66MB 3:21
10 - Razor.mp3 11,19MB 4:53
 Foo Fighters - Skin And Bones
01 - Razor.mp3 15,57MB 6:48
02 - Over And Out.mp3 13,61MB 5:57
03 - Walking After You.mp3 12,16MB 5:19
04 - Marigold.mp3 7,62MB 3:20
05 - My Hero.mp3 11,11MB 4:51
06 - Next Year.mp3 10,48MB 4:35
07 - Another Round.mp3 11,27MB 4:55
08 - Big Me.mp3 6,94MB 3:02
09 - Cold Day In The Sun.mp3 7,87MB 3:26
10 - Skin And Bones.mp3 9,19MB 4:01
11 - February Stars.mp3 13,41MB 5:52
12 - Times Like These.mp3 12,41MB 5:25
13 - Friend Of A Friend.mp3 9,22MB 4:02
14 - Best Of You.mp3 11,55MB 5:03
15 - Everlong.mp3 15,15MB 6:37
 Foo Fighters - Echoes, Silence, Patience And Grace
01 - The Pretender.mp3 10,28MB 4:29
02 - Let It Die.mp3 9,36MB 4:05
03 - Erase Replace.mp3 9,66MB 4:13
04 - Long Road To Ruin.mp3 8,58MB 3:45
05 - Come Alive.mp3 11,85MB 5:11
06 - Stranger Things Have Happened.mp3 12,25MB 5:21
07 - Cheer Up, Boys (Your Make - Up Is Running).mp3 8,44MB 3:41
08 - Summer's End.mp3 10,61MB 4:38
09 - Ballad Of The Beaconsfield Miners.mp3 5,81MB 2:32
10 - Statues.mp3 8,69MB 3:48
11 - But Honestly.mp3 10,52MB 4:36
12 - Home.mp3 11,20MB 4:54
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THE "Foo Fighters" BACKBROUND
Foo Fighters are an American rock band formed by musician Dave Grohl in 1995. The group is named after the World War II term "foo fighter", used to refer to mysterious aerial phenomena.
The band has earned a worldwide following, and have scored a number of hit songs, including "This Is a Call", "Everlong", "Learn to Fly", "All My Life", "Times Like These", "Best of You", "DOA", and "The Pretender". Two of their albums, There is Nothing Left to Lose and One by One, won Grammy Awards for Best Rock Album, the band has won 4 Grammys in total. On top of their six studio albums, they have also contributed to several movie soundtracks, including the song "The One" on the 2002 Orange County soundtrack.
David Grohl spent four years as the drummer for Nirvana. Unknown to most of Nirvana's fanbase, Grohl gradually wrote a stockpile of songs that he largely held back from the band for fear of ruining their chemistry. (Grohl has noted in
several interviews that he was well aware of the infamous drummer joke: "Q: What did the drummer say just before he got fired? A: Hey, guys, let's try one of my songs!") Instead, Grohl occasionally booked studio time to record demos, and
even issued a cassette of some of those songs called Pocketwatch under the pseudonym "Late!" in 1992.
THE "Foo Fighters" HISTORY
Six months after Kurt Cobain's death in 1994, Grohl entered Robert Lang's Studio in Seattle with friend/producer Barrett Jones. With the exception of a guitar part on "X-Static" by Greg Dulli of the Afghan Whigs, Grohl played every instrument and sang every vocal on the tracks. Lured to Capitol Records by former Nirvana A&R (and then-Capitol president) Gary Gersh, Grohl had the demo recordings professionally mixed, with the results eventually becoming the Foo Fighters' self-titled debut album.
Grohl did not want the Foo Fighters to be a one-man studio project, so he worked to form a band to support the album.
Initially, former bandmate Krist Novoselic was a main candidate for the band, but both became concerned that it might portray Foo Fighters as a reincarnation of Nirvana. Having heard through the grapevine about the disbanding of Seattle-
based emocore band Sunny Day Real Estate, Grohl drafted SDRE's bass player, Nate Mendel, and drummer, William Goldsmith.
Pat Smear, who was an "unofficial member" of Nirvana after the release of In Utero, was added as a second guitarist, completing the band. The Foo Fighters undertook their first major tour in the spring of 1995, opening for Mike Watt.
The band's first single "This Is a Call" was released in June 1995, and their eponymous debut album was released the next month. "I'll Stick Around", "For All The Cows" and "Big Me" were released as subsequent singles. The band spent the
months following the album's release on tour, including their first appearance at the Reading Festival in England in August. A later UK tour included a pair of nights at Brixton Academy, which were taped and compiled for an MTV special.
THE "Foo Fighters" "The Colour and the Shape"
After touring through the spring of 1996, the now full-band Foo Fighters entered a Seattle studio with producer Gil Norton to record the band's second album. However, conflict erupted between Grohl and Goldsmith, resulting in Goldsmith's
decision to leave the band. The band regrouped in Los Angeles and almost completely re-recorded the album with Grohl on drums. The album, The Colour and the Shape, was released on May 20, 1997.
In need of a drummer, Grohl contacted Alanis Morissette's touring drummer Taylor Hawkins to see if he could recommend anybody. Grohl was surprised when Hawkins volunteered himself. Hawkins made his Foo debut in time for the album's
release. The album, widely considered among the band's best, spawned the singles "Monkey Wrench", "My Hero", "Everlong" and "Walking After You."
In September of 1997, in front of a crowded street outside the MTV Video Music Awards, Pat Smear simultaneously announced his departure from the band and introduced his replacement, Grohl's former Scream bandmate Franz Stahl. Prior to the recording of the band's third album, Stahl departed the band, citing creative differences.
THE "Foo Fighters" "There Is Nothing Left to Lose"
The three-piece subsequently retreated to Grohl's home state of Virginia, and spent the next several months working on the band's third album, There Is Nothing Left to Lose. The album spawned several singles, including "Learn to Fly", their most successful single to date.
Before the release of the album, Capitol president Gary Gersh was forced out of the label. Given Grohl's history with Gersh, the Foo Fighters' contract had included a "key man clause" that allowed them to leave the label upon Gersh's
departure. They subsequently left Capitol and signed to RCA. (Gersh eventually joined forces with former Nirvana manager John Silva to form GAS Entertainment, a company that manages the Foo Fighters and other artists such as Jimmy Eat World, Beck, and the Beastie Boys.)
After recording was completed, the band auditioned a number of potential guitarists, and eventually settled on Chris Shiflett, who previously performed with No Use for a Name and Me First and the Gimme Gimmes. Shiflett initially joined the band as touring guitarist, but achieved full-time status prior to the recording of the group's fourth album.
In February 2000, American late-night talk show host David Letterman invited the Foo Fighters to perform on his first
show after undergoing heart bypass surgery. Letterman introduced them by proclaiming, "My favorite band, playing my favorite song," leading into a performance of "Everlong".
That same year, the Foo Fighters established a relationship with rock band Queen. Guitarist Brian May added a guitar track to the Foo Fighters' second cover of Pink Floyd's "Have a Cigar", which appeared on the soundtrack to the movie Mission Impossible 2. When Queen was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in March 2001, Grohl and Hawkins were invited to perform with the band on "Tie Your Mother Down", with Grohl filling in on vocals for the late Freddie Mercury.
In 2002, guitarist May contributed guitar work to "Tired of You" and an outtake called "Knucklehead". The bands have performed together on several occasions since, including VH1 Rock Honors and the Foo Fighters' headlining concert in Hyde Park.
THE "Foo Fighters" "One by One"
Near the end of 2001, the band reconvened to record their fourth album. After spending four months in a Los Angeles studio completing the album, Grohl spent some time helping Queens of the Stone Age complete their 2002 album Songs for
the Deaf. Once the Queens of the Stone Age album was finished, Grohl, inspired by the sessions, decided to reconvene the Foo Fighters to rework a few songs on their album. Instead, they re-recorded nearly all of the album (save "Tired of
You") in a ten-day stretch at Grohl's studio in Virginia. The final album was released in October of 2002 under the title One by One. (Hawkins jokingly refers to the first version of the album as the "Million Dollar Demos".)
For most of its history, the band chose to stay away from the political realm. However, in 2004, upon learning that George W. Bush's presidential campaign was using "Times Like These" at rallies, Grohl decided to lend his public support
to John Kerry's campaign. Grohl attended several Kerry rallies and occasionally performed solo acoustic sets. The entire band eventually joined Grohl for a performance in Arizona coinciding with one of the presidential debates. Grohl later cited his experiences with the Kerry campaign as inspiration for the title of their next album.
THE "Foo Fighters" "In Your Honor"
The band's next studio album was a double CD, In Your Honor, released on June 14, 2005. To record the album, the band shifted to Los Angeles and built a recording studio, dubbed Studio 606 West. Grohl said that the two-disc release – one full of rock songs, the other featuring acoustic tracks – was a perfect memorial for the band's 10th anniversary. Grohl hinted about the release in an interview with NME magazine: "It's really amazing. The good thing about doing it is that you split it up so that there's no middle ground. So the rock stuff is the most rocking stuff we've ever worked on, ever." The album features the singles "Best of You", "DOA", "Resolve", "No Way Back", "Miracle" and "Cold Day in the Sun".
Of note on the acoustic part of the set is a song called "Friend of a Friend", which has a long history. Grohl wrote the song in 1990, basing it on his initial impressions of Cobain and Novoselic after joining Nirvana. He recorded the song in 1990, and included it on an informal collection of songs (called Pocketwatch) released on cassette in 1992 under the pseudonym "Late!". The version on In Your Honor is very similar to the original recording (albeit more polished), with Grohl simply accompanying himself on an acoustic guitar.
During promotion of In Your Honor, Grohl had the chance to feed his fascination with UFOs when the Foo Fighters performed a show in a hangar at the Roswell Industrial Air Center in Roswell, New Mexico. The Roswell Industrial Air Center is the site of the former Roswell Army Air Field where the fragments of the supposed alien crash landing in 1947 were stored.
(Grohl named his label Roswell Records for the incident.) Grohl commented after the show that he wished he had had a chance to examine what was being stored inside the hangar.
On June 17, 2006, the Foo Fighters performed their largest non-festival headlining concert to date at London's Hyde Park. The band was supported by Juliette and the Licks, Angels & Airwaves, Queens of the Stone Age, and Motörhead. Motörhead's Lemmy joined the band on stage to sing "Shake Your Blood" from Dave Grohl's Probot album. Also, as a surprise performance, Brian May and Roger Taylor of Queen jammed with the Foo Fighters, playing part of "We Will Rock You" as a lead into "Tie Your Mother Down".
THE "Foo Fighters" "Skin and Bones"
In further support of In Your Honor, the band decided to organize a short acoustic tour for the summer of 2006. The tour included former member Pat Smear, who rejoined the band as an extra guitarist, Petra Haden on violin, Drew Hester
(drummer for Joe Walsh and Jewel) on percussion, and Rami Jaffee of The Wallflowers on keyboards/piano. While much of the setlist focused on In Your Honor's acoustic half, the band also used the opportunity to play lesser-known songs such as "Ain't It The Life", "Floaty", and "See You". The band also performed "Marigold", a Pocketwatch-era song that was best-known as a Nirvana B-side.
In November 2006, the band released their first ever live CD, Skin and Bones, featuring fifteen performances captured over a three-night stand in Los Angeles. An accompanying DVD was released on November 28, 2006, and featured tracks not
available on the CD.
THE "Foo Fighters" "Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace"
For the followup to In Your Honor, the band decided to call in The Colour and the Shape producer Gil Norton. In an interview with XFM, Grohl noted that the band was eager to expand on their signature sound: "So the album that we're
making sounds like a Foo Fighters album, but it's definitely moving in a few different directions. It's cool man, I love it." The new album, titled Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace, was released September 25, 2007. The album's first single, "The Pretender", was issued to radio in early August. The second single, "Long Road to Ruin", is due to be released on November 26, 2007. The music video was directed by longtime collaborator Jesse Peretz. This album also has a song which is devoted to the Beaconsfield Miners who listened to the Foo Fighters when they were trapped in the mine.
This track is called Ballad Of The Beaconsfield Miners.
Not long after completing the recording sessions for the album, the band participated in Live Earth at Wembley Stadium in London, England, performing the penultimate set of the night. Later that summer, the band headlined V Festival 2007, including a surprise acoustic set on the Channel 4 stage under the name 606. (Grohl considers 606 his favorite number, and named both of the band's studios Studio 606.)
THE "Foo Fighters" CURRENT MEMEBERS
* Dave Grohl - lead vocals, guitar, drums on occasions (1995-present)
* Taylor Hawkins - drums, percussion, backing vocals (1997-present)
* Nate Mendel - bass guitar (1995-present)
* Chris Shiflett - lead guitar, backing vocals (1999-present)
THE "Foo Fighters" FORMER MEMBERS
* William Goldsmith - drums, percussion (1995-1997)
* Pat Smear - guitar, backing vocals (1995-1997)
* Franz Stahl - guitar, backing vocals (1997-1999)
THE "Foo Fighters" FORMER TOURING MEMEBERS
* Petra Haden - violin, backing vocals (2006-2007)
THE "Foo Fighters" NUMBER 1 HITS
* "Learn to Fly" - Number 1 for one week in 1999 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart.
* "All My Life" - Number 1 for ten weeks in 2002 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart.
* "Best of You - Number 1 for seven weeks in 2005 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart and four weeks at number 1 on the
Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, also in 2005.
* "DOA" - Number 1 for six weeks in 2005 and 2006 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart.
* "The Pretender" - Number 1 for twelve weeks in 2007 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart and six weeks at number 1 on
the Mainstream Rock Tracks chart, also in 2007.
THE "Foo Fighters" AWARD-NOMINATIONS
* Grammy - 1996 - Best Alternative Music Album - Foo Fighters
* MTV Music Video Awards - 1996 - Video of the Year - "Big Me"
* MTV Music Video Awards - 1996 - Best Alternative Video - "Big Me"
* MTV Music Video Awards - 1996 - Breakthrough Video - "Big Me"
* MTV Music Video Awards - 1996 - Best Direction in a Video - "Big Me"
* MTV Music Video Awards - 1997 - Best Rock Video - "Monkey Wrench"
* MTV Music Video Awards - 1997 - Best Alternative Video - "Monkey Wrench"
* Grammy - 1998 - Best Rock Album - The Colour and the Shape
* MTV Music Video Awards - 1998 - Best Rock Video - "Everlong"
* MTV Music Video Awards - 1998 - Best Special Effects in a Video - "Everlong"
* MTV Music Video Awards - 1998 - Best Art Direction in a Video - "Everlong"
* MTV Music Video Awards - 2000 - Best Group Video - "Learn to Fly"
* MTV Music Video Awards - 2000 - Best Direction in a Video - "Learn to Fly"
* Grammy - 2003 - Best Rock Song - "All My Life"
* MTV Music Video Awards - 2005 - Best Rock Song - "Best of You"
* MTV Music Video Awards - 2005 - Best Editing in a Video - "Best of You"
* Grammy - 2005 - Best Rock Album - In Your Honor
* Grammy - 2005 - Best Surround Sound Album - In Your Honor
* Grammy - 2005 - Best Pop Collabortation With Vocals - "Virginia Moon"
* MTV European Music Awards - 2007 - Headliner
* MTV European Music Awards - 2007 - VideoStar - "The Pretender"
THE "Foo Fighters" WON AWARDS
* MTV Music Video Awards - 1995 - Best Group Video - "Big Me"
* Grammy - 2001 - Best Rock Album - There Is Nothing Left to Lose
* Grammy - 2001 - Best Short Form Music Video - "Learn to Fly"
* Grammy - 2003 - Best Hard Rock Performance - "All My Life"
* Grammy - 2004 - Best Rock Album - One By One
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