Favorite Foo Fighters Album – Readers Poll
It's pretty amazing to see how far Foo Fighters have come, considering that back in post-Nirvana 1994 Dave Grohl decided to record a bunch of demos on his own and see how things would go. Years later, he's got one of the biggest bands on the planet. This Readers Poll reflects on the band's career and asks you which of the Foo Fighters albums is your favorite.
There was the self-titled release that started it all in 1995. Blasting out of the gate, the disc yielded 'This is a Call' and 'I'll Stick Around,' as well as the melodically pleasing 'Big Me.' In 1997, 'The Colour and the Shape' saw the Foo Fighters lineup really starting to take shape with tracks like 'Monkey Wrench,' 'Everlong' and 'My Hero' leading the way. 'There is Nothing Left to Lose' rounded out the '90s with 'Learn to Fly,' 'Stacked Actors' and 'Breakout' taking their place in the band's rocked out history.
In 2002, the group kicked off a new decade with 'One by One,' their first disc with guitarist Chris Shiflett. The disc yielded 'All My Life' and 'Times Like These.' 2005's 'In Your Honor' gave us 'Best of You' and 'DOA,' while 2007's 'Echoes, Silence, Patience and Grace' provided 'The Pretender,' 'Long Road to Ruin' and 'Let It Die.' The band's recording output continued in 2011 with 'Wasting Light,' which spawned the singles 'Rope,' 'Walk' and 'These Days' among others.
So there you have it -- seven Foo Fighters studio albums. Tell us which of these is your favorite by voting in the Readers Poll below.