|1. Stacked Actors|
|3. Learn To Fly|
|4. Gimme Stitches|
|7. Live-In Skin|
|8. Next Year|
|10. Ain't It The Life|
p.s. that breath mint video or the one for Learn to Fly are hilarious. I love it when a band has a sense of humor.
author of "A Young Girl's Crimes
"Learning to Fly" is the gayest song I've ever heard -- the "rock" equivalent to Debbie Gibson. The song bugs me endlessly. It's relentless airplay is testimony to how musically bankrupt we are currently. This song fits in nicely with today's rotation of crap from bands like Cold, Trapped, Fuel and Stained.
The rest of this album sucks also (I was forced to give it one star). There's a reason Cobain did all the composing for Nirvana (no Lennon/McCartney here). Shame on the drummer for capitalizing on Kurt's mystique with noise like this. It's another classic example of people not knowing their place.
The CD's title and artwork lack style and originality also. Isn't "Nothing Left to Lose" a lot more hip and cool? And where have seen the back of a guy's head with a tattoo on his neck as an album cover before? Could it be Sublime's popular self-titled CD? Pathetic.
I hate the Foo Fighters. The only decent song they've ever put out is "Down in the Park", which, of course, is a remake. Their most recent remake of a Prince song is a joke and, being the opportunists (rather than artists) that they are, they waited until the song is twenty years old to trick today's kids into thinking it's original.
Come on, guys, you made your money on Kurt's memory now have some class and disappear.