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.