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Frequent touring for Rated R generated support for the band which grew when Foo Fighters frontman and former Nirvana drummer Dave Grohl joined in late 2001/early 2002 to record their third album. Songs for the Deaf was released in August, again featuring Mark Lanegan, as well as adding former A Perfect Circle guitarist Troy Van Leeuwen to the touring line up following the album's release. Although Songs for the Deaf gained major attention, Grohl returned to his other projects… read more

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  • rating 9/10
  • Sober musicians have done plenty of great music. Buzz Osbourne of the Melvins is a teetotaler, for instance. Hell, Dave Grohl, who drums on this very album, doesn't do drugs. And plenty of great musicians have done drugs, too. The drugs don't make the music, though (in most cases).
  • This is a perfect example of why drugs are good things for us [2] Something I'd expect to hear from someone who's never seen drugs tear apart those around them. Drugs are great until they catch up with you.
  • how am i randomly getting into this band just now? [2] Hey, me to bud lol.
  • how am i randomly getting into this band just now?
  • Best album ever
  • 5.7 out 10
  • sober musicans can't do such a masterpiece. [2]
  • This is a perfect example of why drugs are good things for us, sober musicans can't do such a masterpiece.
  • great album. rock masterpiece.

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