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In Your Honor Content/Copy-Protected CD

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 14 2005)
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: Content/Copy-Protected CD
  • Label: Sony Music Canada Inc.
  • ASIN: B0009HLDFU
  • In-Print Editions: Audio CD  |  LP Record
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #8,123 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

Disc: 1
1. In Your Honor
2. No Way Back
3. Best of You
4. DOA
5. Hell
6. The Last Song
7. Free Me
8. Resolve
9. The Deepest Blues Are Black
10. End Over End
Disc: 2
1. Still
2. What If I Do?
3. Miracle
4. Another Round
5. Friend of a Friend
6. Over and Out
7. On the Mend
8. Virginia Moon
9. Cold Day in the Sun
10. Razor

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Product Description

'In Your Honor' opens with a blistering tour de force title track that matches and possibly exceeds the ferocity of any of the heaviest tracks Foo Fighters have ever recorded, from the Best Hard Rock Grammyr-winning 'All My Life' to perennial favorites like 'Monkey Wrench'. This first of two discs more than lives up to Grohl's mission statement of being "the most asskicking thing we've ever done," yielding one flawless FF barnstormer after another. The first single 'Best Of You' is possibly the heaviest and most melodic thing the band has ever done period,while 'DOA', 'Resolve' and 'No Way Back' do their level best to up the energy level exponentially. 'In Your Honor's second disc showcases the sensitive side that made sleeper hits out of the acoustic versions of 'Everlong' and 'Times Like These'. Though not an 'acoustic' or 'unplugged' record per se, it explores the gentler side of the Foo Fighters musical beast, with strains of sunny California freedom rock running through 'What If I Do' and 'Miracle'. There's even a touch of bossa nova on "Virginia Moon," while elsewhere on the second disc John Paul Jones lends a hand. RCA. 2005.


It’s likely that a decade after its debut record this band now has fans who might ask, "You mean Dave Grohl was in a band before the Foo Fighters?" But they, or any Foo followers who pine for the increasingly refined vocals and polished pop-punk uniformity of the first four albums, will swallow this one whole--or at least half. For as much as vocalist/bandleader Grohl and Co. mix a similar concoction on the 20-song double CD, they manage to agitate the formula ever so slightly. Disc one follows the Foo’s classic sonic blueprint: lip-smacking melodies and enigmatic lyrics, double-barrel guitars and drums that attack. But songs take a gentle turn on the second CD, showcasing Grohl’s underrated vocals amidst a high-energy ensemble of acoustic guitars, piano and mandolin (by studio guest John Paul Jones of Led Zeppelin). Singing, not shouting, Grohl flips potential teen-rock anthems like "Miracle" and "Cold Day in the Sun" (with drummer Taylor Hawkins handling lead vocals) into impending adult-oriented radio staples and, 11 years after Nirvana, the Foo Fighters may finally have their triumph. --Scott Holter

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By GT on May 3 2006
Format: Audio CD
This CD DOES NOT contain copy protection. I bought it when it first came out a year ago and I was able to make mp3s of the entire album the FIRST DAY. I didn't get any spyware, nor was it a problem to make copies of the CD, make mp3s, or simply just play the disc. A LOT of people have been talking smack about CDs containing "copy-protection" when I myself own the exact same discs and I have never once come across anything to even suggest that they are copy-protected. Even the last Tea Party CD had a copy protection warning on it, but there was nothing to suggest to me that it actually was copy-protected.
Maybe all these people who are having trouble with the CD simply don't know how to use their own computers? Like I said, making mp3s or regular copies of these "copy-controlled" disc is quite possible. In fact, afaik there is no difference between a CD made in 1995 and a cd made in 2006.
Have you ever tried using iTunes? You can make higher quality versions of the songs at an even smaller file size than mp3s if you want. NO problem with playback or duplication. Maybe these reviews are scare tactics the RIAA is trying to use? LOL
But as for the actual CD, yes it's definitely worth getting! Don't even worry about "copy-protection"...whatever that is.
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Format: Audio CD
Being hyped a whole bunch, my expectations for "In Your Honour" were definitely huge.
Foo Fighters definatly have guts for doing something this different, because "different" usually means something risky that the fans aren't used to. However, Foo Fighters make it fit.
At first, Disc 1 is a little hard to swallow. It seems too consistant, but the more I played the it, the more it grew on me and the more I liked it. The title track starts the album off with a bang and it just keeps going. My other favourites off of Disc 1 were "No Way Back", "DOA" (awesome tune), and "The Deepest Blues are Black".
The acoustic CD got me right off the bat. The first song "Still" starts off Disc 2 with a really cool feeling. My other favourites were "Another Round", "Cold Day in the Sun" (which I have a feeling will be an instant radio favourite, please don't over play it you fools!), and "Virginia Moon" (bizarrely interesting, it's definitely a departure from anything we'd expect, but since when do we know what to expect from the Foo?).
By now, I love this album and I recommend it for all Foo fanatics and even the casual fans. The Foo will pick up some more fans along the way because a lot of non-fans will love the acoustic disc.
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Format: Audio CD
The Foo Fighters have returned with an outstaniding album. "In Your Honor" captures the raw and powerful emotions that the Foo Fighters are all about. With songs like "Free Me" and "Hell" the Foo Fighters reveal their passion and anger with amazing melodies that are linked within the songs. Amazing riffs and solos just make the songs even better. An album such as this one makes music what it really is: a poetic masterpiece that is written and created because of emotion and passion, not because there is some manager or executive running around and telling band members what they should be making. The Foo Fighters are indeed one of a few bands left that appreciate orginal and progressive values. You can't follow the trend if you want to experience something new, and that's what "In Your Honor" proves to be: a progressive and original masterpiece that will satisfy the likes of any alternative rock fan.
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By Neil McGuinness on Sept. 16 2005
Format: Audio CD
The fifth disc from the Foo's is set to be the best disc to date. With one disc of hard rock and a second disk of acoustic tracks. Dave Grohl and the boys finally have put out a disk that everyone should have. The first single "Best of You" is a hard rockin' track that will make you scream for more. This album is dedicated to the fans who have been with them for the last ten years. Other songs on the rock album include "Last Song" and "D.O.A." which is the second single.
The acoustic disc brings you back to earth with easy going rock with special guests including Norah Jones. Taylor finally comes out from behind the drums and performs on "A cold day in the sun" with Dave singing backup.
This album is definately worth buying especially with the bonus DVD about making the records.
#1 Foo Fan
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