Discussion in 'Music Forum' started by airik625, Jun 20, 2017.
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Really like that new logo.
The nesting dolls...one of those things I didn't know I needed in my life.
Love Greg's work
Here's the lineup for that concert
Yes yes yes, always happy to have another Foo album in my life
Any leak on who is the guest spot on the album?
Here are all of the songs they've debuted live (half the album if you include "Run") in order. I've been on a kick, rewatched Back and Forth today so I couldn't help myself. I don't know about that song with Taylor on vocals, but "The Sky is a Neighborhood," "La Dee Da" and "Dirty Water" actually throwback to the sound of the first three albums imo, and the keys in "The Sky is a Neighborhood" really deliver on that Beatles influence. Very excited for this.
Agreed! This is super promising.
Paul McCartney plays drums on Foo Fighters’ new album !
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Wow. THis is getting very exciting. No New England yet, though, so save your money, because Im sure itll be steep to go. But so worth it, I bet.
"La Dee Da" and "Dirty Water" sound extremely good and promising. I will hold off until I hear studio versions before stating my opinion on the rest.
Damn, that wouldve been a great show.
Had a friend of a friend there, said it pushed closer to 4 hours and was fucking insane.
Damn, opening with "Aurora"
i was there it was fucking amazing. they kinda said fuck it with the actual set list about 22 songs into it then did whatever they wanted i have the actual printed set list and it only had 30 songs on it. non of the covers they did accept the one with perry were on the actual set list. they went on stage just after 11 and played until 230am
Second single when
If your search YouTube there's decent live version of all 6 songs they've played live so far that are on the new album
Yeah I've listened to most of them. I guess I'm just really curious how some of them will sound with Kurstin production haha
Honestly one of my favorite things about "Run" is the production on it, I love how it goes from the expansive stadium-pop intro to that crushing heavy riff. The whole thing is produced to a T.
The whole album is going to be heavy. Prolly one of their heaviest albums ever
The next single is going to be the sky is the neighborhood
Saw that... sweet