Foo Fighters - In Your Honor (2005)

n Your Honor is the fifth album by Foo Fighters, first released on June 13, 2005 internationally (as In Your Honour in the UK) and a day later in the United States. The album is a double album with the first disc featuring standard Foo Fighters rock songs, and the second featuring more peaceful, acoustic arrangements.

Described by leader Dave Grohl as the "ultimate" Foo Fighters album, In Your Honor was generally met with receptive reviews. It entered the US and UK charts at #2 behind Coldplay's X&Y with the strongest initial sales of their entire career thus far.

In Your Honor features a number of special guests on its second mellower disc for example, Norah Jones, John Paul Jones (of Led Zeppelin fame) and Josh Homme of Queens Of The Stone Age. Dave Grohl has described Jones' guest appearance as the "second greatest thing to happen to me in my life."

Dave Grohl has admitted that the song "Friend of a Friend" was written about Kurt Cobain.

The album was leaked on the Internet in late May of 2005.

There is also a special edition DualDisc set which contains a "making of" documentary, and the second disc in 5.1 surround sound.

Note: This album has been released with the Copy Control protection system in some regions. In the U.S., the MediaMax CD-3 copy protection system is used, causing some fan backlash. This copy protection only appears on the standard CD version of the album, but not on the DualDisc version.


bulut on 8:21 am said...


Disc: 1

01.In Your Honor
02.No Way Back
03.Best of You
06.The Last Song
07.Free Me
09.The Deepest Blues Are Black
10.End Over End

Download: HERE

Disc: 2

02.What If I Do?
04.Another Round
05.Friend of a Friend
06.Over and Out
07.On the Mend
08.Virginia Moon
09.Cold Day in the Sun

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