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Videos de FOO FIGHTERS en ISLE OF WIGHT FESTIVAL

Videos de FOO FIGHTERS en ISLE OF WIGHT FESTIVAL

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But despite it being five years, a hefty hiatus and one Them Crooked Vultures LP since Foo Fighters last had the honours of wrapping things up at Seaclose Park, Dave Grohl and Co still produce a set so good, it’d be worth cryogenically defrosting for.

‘Bridge Burning’ and ‘Walk’ from new release ‘Wasting Light’ were rousing, and certainly heavier than suggested on the album but, as always, the most remarkable Foo Fighters asset was their consistency.

Jack White would have been proud of the manic cacophony of wiggling fret fingers on ‘Young Man Blues’, as an acoustic ‘Times Like These’ treated fans to a special standalone moment of the weekend.

But the band weren’t done there. Grohl promised to play until they were ‘thrown off’ and, when on such masterful form, there wasn’t anyone among the 65,000 gleeful ticket-holders willing to let them shuffle out early.

Though, running with a skin-poundingly brilliant rendition of ‘Best Of You’, they surely couldn’t have had much left in them? Even their frontman seemed genuinely surprised.

‘How the f**k are we going to follow that up?’ he smiled to wild cheers. The answer? An explosive rendition of ‘All My Life’ that was likely to give the front row vertigo.

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