I like Dave Grohl, I respect him as a musician. He's a great drummer. I like most of his music. Having said that...I've tried to give this album a chance, but even after all these years it's still a brutal slog to get through.
There's two or three decent rock songs, then the rest is filler – mediocre noise punctuated by screams, along with bland ballads. I can't figure out why it's mandated that half of every Foo album has to be soft rock, especially from a guy who talks a lot about his love of the D.C. punk scene.
The title of this CD is goofy. It makes no sense in relation to the music. I think they thought it just sounded cool, but it might be a better title for a book on meditation.
Skip this and Sonic Highways and get Wasting Light.
This is one of my favorite albums ever. If anyone ever doubts the genius of Dave Grohl, this album will put all those doubts to rest.
I absolutely love this album - though I may be a little biased since I have yet to hear the majority of the Foo Fighters other albums. Every song has so much energy and so much meaning. There is only one volume that Echos, Silence, Patience and Grace can be appreciated at: loud.
Their best to date!
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