The Foo Fighters Wasting Light 180g 45rpm 2LP
2012 Grammy Winner:
• Best Rock Album
• Best Rock Performance: Walk
• Best Hard Rock/Metal Performance: White Limo
• Best Rock Song: Walk
Featured in Michael Fremer's Heavy Rotation in the September 2011 Issue of Stereophile and Rated 8/10 Music, 8/10 Sonics in his September 2011 reviews on musicangle.com!
Foo Fighters’ seventh album, Wasting Light, produced by Butch Vig and mixed
by Alan Moulder, was recorded entirely on analog tape in the garage of Dave
Grohl’s home in California’s San Fernando Valley. The record marks the Foo
Fighters’ first full length effort with legendary producer Butch Vig, who
previously produced tracks “Wheels” and “Word Forward” on 2009’s Greatest Hits
and with whom Dave Grohl (of course) first worked on Nirvana’s classic
Nevermind. Nirvana co-founder Krist Novoselic also makes a cameo, contributing
bass and accordion to “I Should Have Known,” while former Nirvana touring
guitarist and longtime extended FF family member Pat Smear now joins the
permanent FF core of Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Nate Mendel and Chris Shiflett.
Fremer Rated 8 out of 10 for Music, 8 out of 10 for Sound!
"This is a record you can really sink your ears into... It's a stadium rocker of an album made living room friendly.
So combine the music, the excellent gatefold packaging with glossy printed inner sleeves and rice paper and paper inner inner sleeves, the double
45rpm format, and the Pallas pressing and you have first rate, hard rocking package even a boomer geezer has to love." - Michael Fremer, Music Angle, Music 8/10, Sound 8/10
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• Double 180g 45rpm Edition Full Length LP
• Includes a Hi-Res Digital Copy (320 KBS MP3s) of the album sepcially cut from the original vinyl recording
• Recorded entirely on Analog Tape in Dave's Garage
• Gatefold jacket
LP 1 - Side A:
1. Bridge Burning
3. Dear Rosemary
LP 1 - Side B:
4. White Limo
6. These Days
LP 2 - Side C:
1. Back & Forth
2. A Matter of Time
3. Miss the Misery
LP 2 - Side D:
4. I Should Have Known