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on 4 January 2005
What can I say? I've heard people say they don't like the foo fighters because their music is too perfect. This is my second favourite song from the album "nothing left to lose" which is packed full of great songs and learn to fly is definately a classic in many ways.

AS a single it's put together with alot of care with 2 really good songs that aren't from the album: Iron and Stone and have a cigar. It's even better with the ability to put it together on HDD.
To any fan of rock music and the foo fighters this is a must.
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on 2 December 2001
Learn to fly, the first single from the brilliant foos album THERE IS NOTHING LEFT TO LOSE! This is a catchy track with an almost poppy feel to it, a great foos track. The cd also has two
b-sides:'iron and stone' and 'have a cigar'. have a cigar is a cover of pink floyd, and has Taylor Hawkins(the drummer) singing, and iron and stone was written by th obsessed. A great set of songs.
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on 9 September 2000
I only got in to the foo fighters because they are so popular at school, but now I can see just why so many people like them, it is definitely worth buying one of their albums and even if you have to listen to it a few times, you'll soon have every record they ever made!
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on 13 March 2002
Dave Grohl has done it again. A love song for the disenchanted generation. Like everlong before it he has come up with a song that speaks to the heart of any agnst ridden teenager. The only problem with the song is that it is probable too formulaic and cleanly produced.
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