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Foo Fighters: Back And Forth [Blu-ray] 
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Following the number one album Wasting Light, Foo Fighters release Back And Forth. A true chronicling of the triumphs and tragedies of the band’s 16-year history, Back And Forth chronicles Foo Fighters’ entire existence: from Dave Grohl’s cassette demos to the band forming to play those songs to their ascent to becoming one of the biggest bands in the world. Back And Forth features Foo Fighters recalling every stage of the band’s existence more candidly and intimately than ever before, culminating in a behind the scenes look at direct-to-analog tape sessions in Grohl’s garage that produced the new album Wasting Light.
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The truth is though a few years back he actually rocked a few boats and upset one or two people along the way. Hard to imagine these days, but watch this documentary and you will find out what has really happened behind closed doors since the Foo Fighters started out 16 years ago.
Ultimately though, after watching this I think viewers will agree, this is a really engrossing, entertaining film which leaves you feeling as though you really know the band, and have been given a little taste of their private lives. An absolute must for any Foos fan... long may they rock!
I watched this on BBC TV and then again on iPlayer. My son (10) watch it too, with avid interest. The film is a synopsis of the the Foo's sixteen year career to date. Utterly engaging, you follow Dave Grohl's journey from being part of the biggest Grunge band in the world (Nirvana), through the dark days of Kurt Cobain's death, and then into the studio for self fulfilment and the birth of the Foo Fighters. His journey is littered with fun, frolics, disappointment, and success in equal measure. By the end of the film you feel part of the band and I have started to enjoy the music in a whole new way. I thought the reasoning behind the "UK bounce" track was simple, enlightening and fun.
Overall this film will make you feel that you want to be Dave's friend and that he truly is the nicest man in R'n'R. And remember there's always Nate...
I learnt a lot more about the band and the ups and downs they've had over the years. It showed you the background of the band as well as the way the band come up with new songs.
It shows how Grohl got through Kurt Cobains death and how he started the band "Foo Fighters".
A must have for all Foo Fighter fans!
I came to the FF quite late in the game. I knew Learn to fly and that was about it until Echoes, Silence, Patience and Grace came out and I heard the thunder punch of Pretender. Then I went a bit mental and bought the lot. But to be honest it was too much, too soon and I didn't take the time to appreciate them or listen to most of them. Wasting light came along and so did this documentary (man was that a weekend, new album and a documentary on BBC3).
I bought it on DVD and now Blu ray and I have to say, Dave, Chris, Taylor, Nate, Pat, I had no idea and can I say thank you so much.
When you watch this documentary, it makes you realise what was going on at the time and that, amazingly the band are still alive and together all at the same time. Each album has it's own back story, some songs are real expressions of what was going on in their lives at the time.
It really does make you appreciate the music more. I have watched it several times and have since gone about a review of all the albums. I'm glad of it. I have discovered tracks I didn't know about and love the ones I did, even more.
Spolier alert! It begins during the period when Nirvana released Nevermind (the album with smells like teen spirit), to when Kurt Cobain dies right up to the making of the Foo Fighters current album. It is quite a ride and surprisingly emotional at times, also very funny at times too.
Because it's E rated, let me say, there is some liberal bad language, but then I think that's just the way they speak. Also watch the bonus stuff, again amazing stuff.
Overall, an excellent addition to any Foo Fighters fan's collection and a great, insightful introduction for anyone else.
Watching Dave record the final part of "I should have known" knocked me for six. This is was is so great about the use of analogue equipment; It is raw and real and you can see the passion, effort and emotion he wrenches out of himself - a slight faulter in the voice (due to emotion) IS perfection - no need to digitally 'correct' it.
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Bought this as we had it recorded once and my wife deleted it. Great insight into the band and we saw it at the cinema when it was released.
A must for all Foo fans.
A must see for and Foos fan. Really interesting and honest account of the bands history, warts and all. Highly recommended.Published 9 months ago by Gina D