Foo Fighters - In Your Honor
NME.COM feature on Foo Fighters - In Your Honor album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
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- In Your Honor
- No Way Back
- Best of You
- The Last Song
- Free Me
- The Deepest Blues Are Black
- End Over End
- What If I Do?
- Another Round
- Friend of a Friend
- Over and Out
- On the Mend
- Virginia Moon
- Cold Day in the Sun
T In The Park, Sunday 10th July
- Jul 12, 2011
Carlisle, Saturday, May 14th - Sunday May 15th
- May 25, 2011
If Grohl’s gang were searching for their identity after nailing their stadium shows, they found it by heading back to the garage
- Apr 6, 2011
Grohl turns producer for country band on 'The Grohl Sessions Vol. 1'
Dave Grohl shares bloody image ahead of Mexico City gig in December
Band return to action on December 13
Foo Fighters - In Your Honor: Wikipedia Album Entry
Having spent a year and a half touring behind One By One, Grohl did not want to rush into recording another Foo Fighters record. Initially Grohl intended to write acoustic material by himself, but eventually the project involved the entire band. To record its fifth album, the band shifted to Los Angeles and built a recording studio, dubbed Studio 606 West. Grohl insisted that the album be divided into two discs–one full of rock songs, the other featuring acoustic tracks. In Your Honor was released in June 2005. The album's singles included "Best of You", "DOA", "Resolve", "No Way Back", and "Miracle".
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