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The Colour and the Shape (1997)

Foo Fighters
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Alternative rock, Post-grunge, Hard rock, Grunge music

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The Colour and the Shape is the second studio album by American alternative rock band Foo Fighters. It was released on May 20, 1997, through Roswell. The album reached number three in the UK and number ten in the United States. The Colour and the Shape is the Foo Fighters' biggest U.S. seller, having sold over two million copies according to Nielsen SoundScan. The album is considered by many to be the band's magnum opus.
The album was in total nominated for five MTV Video Music Awards in 1997 and 1998, for the videos "Monkey Wrench" and "Everlong". It was also a Grammy Award nominee for Best Rock Album in 1998.
The album was the debut of Foo Fighters as a band, as frontman Dave Grohl had recorded all of the first album by himself with the exception of one guitar part by Greg Dulli. The Colour and the Shape was produced by Gil Norton, who was perhaps best known for his work with the Pixies. Norton was very demanding of the band's performance, eventually leading bassist Nate Mendel to enhance his musical formation. Grohl also stated that "it was frustrating and it was hard and it was long, but at the end of the day you listened back to what you'd done and you understood why you had

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Tracks

1:23 Doll
2:32 Wind Up
2:27 See You (acoustic)
2:37 Enough Space
4:49 February Stars
4:10 Everlong
5:03 Walking After You
5:40 New Way Home
4:23 My Hero
3:51 Monkey Wrench
3:33 My Poor Brain
4:08 Hey, Johnny Park!
2:15 Up in Arms
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