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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 Foo Fighters to rework a few songs on their album. Instead, they re-recorded nearly all of the album (save… read more

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  • This album isn't as bad as everyone makes it out to be. It's better than the two albums that came after it. I wish they would just rerecord it so it's up to the same production value as the others. I believe that's why Dave hates it so much.
  • Underrated.
  • "underrated" - nice joke
  • "''It's much better than In Your Honor and Echoes... '' Profanity!!" Actually, truth. In Your Honor disc 1 is M.O.R. Rock music (Disc 2 however is fantastic.) and Echoes is a mix of bland ballads and M.O.R. Rock. I think the only reason the band holds this album in such low regard is because of tensions and problems the band was having during it's creation. 'Wasting Light' returned them to greatness.
  • I think this is my favorite FF album. Hmmm.... Maybe.
  • This album is neither good or bad, it's stuck somewhere in between these two adjectives...
  • The first four tracks on this album could also easily be the first four tracks on a Foo Fighters greatest hits album.
  • ''It's much better than In Your Honor and Echoes... '' Profanity!!
  • Best album!!!!
  • Release date 4 Oct 2005 - What?

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