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  1. I'm not sure we have a dedicated Foo Fighters thread. I couldn't find one yesterday when I went searching. So let this be it. I was thinking of doing a poll for favorite album with this, but hi water took us through a whole series on the Foos records not that long ago. I imagine all of those responses still stand. So instead I'm just gonna ask a starting question. What's your favorite Foo Fighters related memory? It doesn't have to be something like "I went to go see them in concert and had a blast" or something. It could be as simple as "they were on the radio when a friend told me something that made me smile" or "I really enjoyed Taylor and Dave's induction speech for Rush at the rock hall." I think, for me right now, it's hearing These Days for the first time on the radio with my dad when I was a freshman in high school, and us debating if there were two singers for the quiet and the heavy parts. I remember being totally amazed later when I looked it up and found out it was just Dave singing lead. That song got me into the Foo Fighters, and the Foo Fighters were one of the first bands I really enjoyed who came out after 1991. Taylor's drum fill on the second "EASY FOR YOU TO SAY," just following along with every word... I instantly knew he was great when I heard that fill. I think a lot of drummers wouldn't have the guts to play the vocal melody while all the other instruments cut out, or they would try but it would sound corny. Taylor made it invigorating.
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