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There Is Nothing Left to Lose [VINYL]

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  • Vinyl (29 Jan. 2001)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: RCA
  • ASIN: B000021XWH
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Audio Cassette  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (144 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,102,115 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Format: Audio CD
I have been a fan of the Foo Fighters music for a long time and fell in love with 'The Colour and the Shape'. Although 'Nothing Left to Lose' does have a different sound from their previous material and incorporates some slower rock tunes, I have not been disappointed. As usual, there are the expected songs to be played at full volume such as 'Generator'which has the fantastic combination of guitar riffs, drum beats, great lyrics and the unique Grohl voice which fans have come to expect, but the likes of 'Aurora' and 'Ain't it the Life' really demonstrate the Foo's diversity as a band and thier fantastic songwriting capabilities. I would reccommend this album to anyone - I can't wait to see what the Foo Fighters offer us next...
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By A Customer on 15 Dec. 2002
Format: Audio CD
The first Foo Fighters song I heard was Breakout, about 2 years ago on a Kerrang! CD. Since then I had heard nothing of them, until they recently released All My Life and their new One By One album. As much as I like the single, I had heard rumours that the new album wasn't up to scratch, so when seeing this in the shops, I thought I'd give it a shot.
Whether their new album is great or c**p, I'm glad I bought this one. My title sums it up. It's hard to fault this album. Whilst nothing mind-blowing, each song is catchy, reasonably loud and makes you want to sing along/headbang/jump about a lot. From the fantastic opening of Stacked Actors, to the loud Breakout and then the softer, more pop-rock Learn To Fly. Each song on the album is neither too hard or to soft, and each one has some decent guitar work. Don't get the wrong impression, this isn't an average album, it's a great one: nothing new or special, but each track is solid and catchy, and Stacked Actors and Live-In Skin are both brilliant.
I thoroughly recommend this album to any rock fan, just after a solid rock album to add to their collection. Whether it's better than their other 2 albums I can't say, but you can't go far wrong with this one.
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Format: Audio CD
I actually got this cd by accident. i headed up to the tills to pay for an offspring cd in "Sanity" years ago. i got home opened the box and this cd was there, i thought id give it a try anyways before i took it back to exchange it for the offspring cd and to be honest i wasnt all that impressed, i put that down to the fact that i was far to young to know truely kick ass music when i heard it.
In the end anyways i took this one back and got the offspring one and 'went back to reality' but it was when i got into the Foos first album (which i think is probably the best cd they'll ever make) that i thought i would invest in this, as i had heard lots of good things about it. As soon as i put it on 'Stacked Actors' hit me hard making me think "where the hell have i been?" and to be honest the whole album is like that, simply put... it makes you happy no matter what mood you're in!
Listening through the album as a whole leads you to a song that i think is the second best song (only just behind Everlong!) the Foos have ever recorded - M.I.A.
The album is very summery sounding as its all sorta light and breezy and jammed full with some excellent songs. Make sure though that if you do listen to the album as a whole you dont miss out on M.I.A as it truely is kick ass and caps off the album perfectly!
It doesnt really sound like the rest of the Foos records when you compare them but dont let that put you off, if you appreciate all kinds of music you're sure to be open-minded enough to like this cd, just take it as it is - a brilliant cd, a cd that any other band can only dream of making!
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By Ben Saunders VINE VOICE on 24 Sept. 2001
Format: Audio CD
The album was again recorded in difficult circumstances – the band parted from their record label (Capitol) and guitarist Franz Stahl. Subsequently, however, the band signed to RCA, a label not known for their rock roster, and thus were allowed to do largely what they wanted with this album, recording it in Dave’s own studio with a back-to-basics approach, in contrast to the smooth production of ‘The Colour and the Shape’. And the result? Well, the short version of this opinion is: yes, it’s good, but not as good as ‘The Colour…’
Although they’ve continued to progress in a more poppy direction, and increasing commercial success, the album opens with one of their heaviest songs to date, ‘Stacked Actors’. Quite lyrically vehement. It’s about fake Hollywood lifestyle. Being quite a straightforward angry rock song, this was quite immediate, and an early favourite of mine. By the time it received a low-key single release (the fifth from the album!) I’d gone off it somewhat though. It’s not particularly deep or significant and, to be honest, there are other bands that do shouty angsty rock better.
Next up, we have a quirkier offering. ‘Breakout’ (third single, from the ‘Me, Myself & Irene’ soundtrack) begins with a strange vocodered sound, “You make me dizzy, running circles in my head/ One of these days I’ll chase you down” and launches into a rocky chorus once more. This time, it’s more happy bounce-around rock than the anger of the previous song, and it’s pretty catchy too. Not my personal favourite, but one of many highlights on the album.
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