The Foo Fighters Most Successful Album to Date, Repackaged in a New Australian Only Cardboard Slip Case Including a Bonus Vcd with the Videos of the the Singles: 'learn to Fly', 'breakout', 'next Year' and 'generator'. The Exclusive New Cover Art Featu Res Australian Gold Medal Swimmer Michael Klim Showing off his Foo Fighters Tattoos.
Riding the momentum of the hit single "Learn to Fly," which hit No. 1 on the modern-rock charts long before this album's release, the Foo Fighters' third record is unarguably its most refined and poppy. The ominous riff that the opens "Stacked Actors" (which sounds like something Kurt Cobain could have hacked out on Nirvana's gnarly In Utero) is pretty much a red herring. The 10 tunes that follow are a succession of hook-laden pop songs tarted up with guitarist-vocalist (and former Nirvana drummer) Dave Grohl's thick guitars and increasingly sugar-sweet vocals. Nearly every cut on There Is Nothing Left to Lose has the potential of following "Learn to Fly" up the charts. The production is big and friendly and songs like "Generator," "Aurora," and "Headwires" just melt in your mouth. And even though the Foo Fighters' latest is seductively sweet in sound, there are just enough rough edges and lyrical angst to keep things interesting. --Adem Tepedelen --This text refers to an alternate Audio CD edition.
All good! Met expectations as advertised such as disk quality and delivered within the time promised. Price was much than commercial store costsPublished on Aug. 19 2013 by S. McDonald
Foo Fighters are a very dynamic band in '90s rock, it had a different lineup for their first three albums. Read morePublished on June 3 2004 by DiskSpinner
Great tunes! Foo Fighters can produce radio-friendly songs like "Learn to Fly" that aren't garbage, and nothing wrong with that, says I. Read morePublished on April 27 2004 by I ain't no porn writer
The third Foo Fighters album is a well produced product that isn`t bad enough to be repulsive neither too interesting or solid to be considered good. Read morePublished on Jan. 24 2004 by gonn1000
I thought that this was the most "accessible" of all the Foo Fighters' albums. The music runs from being hard and heavy (Stacked Actors, Breakout) to mellow and lulling (Aurora,... Read morePublished on Jan. 16 2004 by Ken
I just cannot understand the appeal of this very average, unoriginal band. The only appeal I see is its link to Kurt Cobain, whose genius fans remain fascinated by. Read morePublished on Jan. 12 2004 by Cappy Titstein
Sadly, this was my first taste of the Foo Fighters. One morning, while waiting to go to school, I caught "Learning to Fly" on tv, and was in awe by the song. Read morePublished on Jan. 3 2004 by discarnate
Just broke this CD out again as I was bored with all my current music and wanted to take a chance- as I remembered this is the Foo's worst effort- very poor follow-up to the... Read morePublished on Dec 10 2003 by Chris Paladino