Echoes, Silence, Patience And Grace

Foo Fighters

CD  |  Rock  |  22 Sep 2007

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Live Earth hero Dave Grohl has mentioned Steely Dan as a big influence on the Foo Fighters during the making of their sixth album, and after an advance listen to September 25’s Echoes, Silence, Patience and Grace, we know why: Echoes has a distinct ’70s-rock undercurrent. There are sonic references to early-’70s Zeppelin, late-era Beatles and Bruce Springsteen tossed throughout the otherwise typically loud, brawny and stadium-ready power tunes.

Opening track and likely lead single “The Pretender” is a classic Foos tune — all tight, urgent structure building to expansive, choral crescendos. We’re big fans of the more mellow, magnificently Springsteen-like summer jam “Long Road to Ruin” and the spare, almost confessional “Stranger Things Have Happened.” Other noteworthy tracks include “The Ballad of the Beaconsfield Miners” (an instrumental Grohl wrote and put on the album, as promised, for two men who were trapped in a goldmine in Tasmania 2006) and “But Honestly” and “Home,” the last two tracks on the album, which feature Grohl playing piano for the first time ever on a Foo Fighters record. (Rolling Stone)
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Title: Echoes, Silence, Patience And Grace

Format: CD

Release Date: 22 Sep 2007

Artist: Foo Fighters

Sku: 2098708

Catalogue No: 88697115162

Category: Rock

Disc Count: 1

Transfer Format: Compact Disc

Video Format: Rock

Primary Audio: 88697115162

Language: 0886971151626

Subtitles: Sony Music

TRACKS

DISC 1

The Pretender

Let It Die

Erase / Replace

Long Road To Ruin

Come Alive

Stranger Things Have Happened

Cheer Up, Boys (your Make Up Is Running)

Summer's End

Ballad Of The Beaconsfield Miners

Statues

But, Honestly

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