Hackskeptic’s 500 Greatest Songs: Foo Fighters – All My Life

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201 – Foo Fighters – All My Life (2002)
Written by Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Nate Mendel and Chris Shiflett
Produced by Foo Fighters and Nick Raskulinecz
Label – RCA/Roswell

Working with Queens Of The Stone Age prior to this must have had an influence, as the first single from “One By One” is more aggressive than much of the material from “There Is Nothing Left To Lose”. Taylor Hawkins pummeling rhythms drive one of Dave Grohl’s most riveting vocal outbursts for a stirring record.

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4 responses to “Hackskeptic’s 500 Greatest Songs: Foo Fighters – All My Life

  1. From the last golden era of the single, comes an old fashioned Lizzy fest of riffage, lean, mean and sleek, with a 36 grit abrasive content to tear the tyres off the digi-programmed airbrushed sugar coated top 40 drivel drowning the populace.

    And we must celebrate the video, oh, it shows a hard working rock band at top speed, on a stage befitting their majesty, culminating in the silhouetted vision of Fire backed power before the logo’d ffflags unfurl in perfect unison with the final cup winning ecstasy of the conclusion

    10/10

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