Foo Fighters
Title: The Colour And The Shape
Label: RCA
Genre: Rock
Time: 71:24 min
Size: 109,4 MB
Bitrate: VBRkbps
Rip Date: Jul-06-2007
Release Date: Jul-09-2007

Track List:
01. Doll 01:24
02. Monkey Wrench 03:51
03. Hey, Johnny Park! 04:08
04. My Poor Brain 03:33
05. Wind Up 02:32
06. Up In Arms 02:16
07. My Hero 04:20
08. See You 02:27
09. Enough Space 02:37
10. February Stars 04:49
11. Everlong 04:10
12. Walking After You 05:04
13. New Way Home 05:44
14. Requiem 03:33
15. Drive Me Wild 03:14
16. Down In The Park 04:09
17. Baker Street 05:37
18. Dear Lover 04:32
19. The Colour And The Shape 03:24

Release Notes:
As strange as it may seem now, there was a time when
Foo Fighters weren't a household name; when they weren't a staple of every rock playlist on the and when Dave Grohl was a drummer with a
knack for hooks, not the leading man of American rock and roll.
The release of 'The Colour And The Shape' in May, 1997 changed all that. The Colour And The Shape was the
Foo Fighters?album recorded as a band. Bassist Nate Mendel and guitarist Pat Smear had
toured with Grohl following the 1995 release of eponymous debut, '
Foo Fighters', but hadn't contributed to the recording. Gil Norton - already legendary for his work with the Pixies, among others - elevated the 'The Colour And The Shape' sessions from the DIY approach of 'Foo Fighters' - and the arrival of drummer Taylor Hawkins, following the recording of the album,the group's
evolution from "Project" to "Band"
Most important were the songs. 'Monkey Wrench' , 'My Hero', 'Everlong' &, latterly, 'Walking After You' were all UK hits. It was this parade of hits that put
Foo Fighters?on the path to becoming the
Grammy-winning, festival-headlining, indiscriminate ass-kicking machine that we know ?and love - today.

Now in 2007,
Foo Fighters?celebrate the tenth birthday of this landmark album with the release of
a special anniversary digipack edition featuring new liner notes along with SIX bonus tracks. Gil Norton took a break from production of the Autumn release of the new
Foo Fighters?studio album to help supervise the audio remastering of the disc, and the Foos are proud to present this glimpse at their - that our - rock and roll past. The bonus tracks include some UK-centric covers, including Killing Joke's 'Requiem', Gary Numan's 'Down In The Park' and Gerry Raffety's 'Baker Street'.

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