Foo Fighters - Foo Fighters - Review
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critics' view

In light of Kurt Cobain’s sudden, brutal suicide, clarity and force were not what one might have expected from a surviving band mate’s initial solo foray. The album’s only disappointment is that despite its home-studio feel (it was co-produced by Grohl and Barrett Jones), it ultimately reveals little about its creator. But one must consider the larger message contained in this mammoth adrenalin rush. If Foo Fighters has a theme, it’s that music remains the ultimate anodyne.

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