In Your Honor

Foo Fighters

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Genre: Rock & Pop
Artist/Group Name: Foo Fighters
Release Date: 06/14/2005
Original Release Date: 2005
Length of CD: 83:19
Label: RCA
# of Discs: 2
Total Time: 83:19

Disc 1
1. In Your Honor
2. No Way Back
3. Best of You
4. DOA
5. Hell
6. Last Song, The
7. Free Me
8. Resolve
9. Deepest Blues Are Black, The
10. End Over End

Disc 2
1. Still
2. What If I Do?
3. Miracle
4. Another Round
5. Friend of a Friend
6. Over and Out
7. On the Mend
8. Virginia Moon
9. Cold Day in the Sun
10. Razor

Release Notes

Personnel: Dave Grohl (vocals, guitar, drums); Norah Jones (vocals, piano); Taylor Hawkins (vocals, drums); Chris Shiflett, Josh Homme, Joe Beebe (guitar); John Paul Jones (mandolin, piano); Petra Haden (violin); Danny Clinch (harmonica); Rami Jaffee (keyboards); Nate Mendel (bass instrument); Nick Raskulinecz (double bass, bass guitar).
Audio Mixers: Nick Raskulinecz; Elliot Scheiner.
Photographers: Danny Clinch; Dan Winters.
Although it was a commercial success, Foo Fighters' 2002 album One by One seemed flat and tired, as if leader Dave Grohl had reached a songwriting slump or the band had exhausted its possibilities. The group responded with In Your Honor, a double album containing one disc of hard rock and one disc of acoustic material. Both the rock and acoustic albums have their own distinct character, and while each is recognizably the work of Foo Fighters, neither feels formulaic. While the acoustic album would seem to be a break from tradition, both albums showcase a reinvigorated band eager to stretch out and experiment. Foo Fighters have not only expanded their sound, they've found the core of why their music works, and it makes for what is arguably their best album yet. ~ Stephen Thomas Erlewine


Spin (pp.98-99) - "Disc one of IN YOUR HONOR features the most consistent rockers of Grohl's career, moving from the emocore he helped birth to the platonic alt-rock he pounded into shape." - Grade: B+<BR>Uncut (p.90) - 3 stars out of 5 - "IN YOUR HONOUR is unquestionably the work of a band with ambitions rekindled."


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