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Medicine at Midnight is the new album from Foo Fighters, and packs nine new songs into a tight-ass 37 minutes. This collection includes the smoldering new single, "Shame Shame." Medicine at Midnight is produced by Greg Kurstin and Foo Fighters, and is the band''s 10th album. Foo Fighters are Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins, Nate Mendel, Chris Shiflett, Pat Smear, and Rami Jaffee.

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1 Making A Fire
2 Shame Shame
3 Cloudspotter
4 Waiting On A War
5 Medicine At Midnight
6 No Son Of Mine
7 Holding Poison
8 Chasing Birds
9 Love Dies Young

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Jason Stein
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Is there more to this than that?
Reviewed in the United States on February 11, 2021
I remember first seeing the video for "This Is a Call" back in June 1995. At that time I didn''t realize it was Dave Grohl from Nirvana. In early 1996 it was "Big Me" that caught my attention because it didn''t sound like grunge or "This Is a Call". The first album I bought... See more
I remember first seeing the video for "This Is a Call" back in June 1995. At that time I didn''t realize it was Dave Grohl from Nirvana. In early 1996 it was "Big Me" that caught my attention because it didn''t sound like grunge or "This Is a Call". The first album I bought was "The Colour and the Shape" because of "Everlong". I skipped "There Is Nothing Left to Lose" and "Learning to Fly" in 1999, but I would eventually go back and get that. "All My Life" from "One by One" in 2002, and "Best of You" from "In Your Honor" in 2005.

All this is to say that those were ''pop songs'' people. The negative reviews seem to be around how ''pop'' "Medicine at Midnight" sounds, and how short it is, and blah, blah, blah.

I found this turn of events to be much needed. "Sonic Highways" and "Concrete and Gold" were bloated affairs. "Wasting Light" in 2011 was the last truly decent Foo Fighters album. That album received quite a bit of attention at the time. That''s because it was good. "Medicine at Midnight" is equally as good, and even more catchy. The only weak song on here is "Chasing Birds".

In addition to the singles "Shame Shame" and "Waiting on a War", there''s "Cloudspotter", "Medicine at Midnight", "No Son of Mine", "Holding Poison", "Love Dies Young" and "Making a Fire". All of them have memorable hooks. To make a nine song, 36 minute album at this point in their career is brilliant. Get in, get out. Don''t bore us, get to the chorus. Perfect. I didn''t think they had it in them to make another good album (and it only took 10 years).

Additionally, the band seems to keep blooming. I mean, the first album was just Dave, then they were a four piece, and now they are six members. I think this allows for more diversity in their music.

Here''s how "Medicine at Midnight" compares to Foo Fighters other works:

1995 Foo Fighters: Two Stars
1997 The Colour And The Shape: Three Stars
1999 There Is Nothing Left To Lose: Three and a Half Stars
2002 One By One: Four Stars
2005 In Your Honor: Three and a Half Stars
2007 Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace: Three Stars
2011 Wasting Light: Four Stars
2014 Sonic Highways: Three Stars
2017 Concrete and Gold: Three Stars
2021 Medicine at Midnight: Four Stars
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cosmo
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Bad Medicine!!
Reviewed in the United States on February 9, 2021
Wow it’s like Deja Vo I got a release from Green Day February 2020 worst release by far last year now it is now February 2021 I got this release from the Foo Fighters and it is equally as bad could not get beyond track 3 i just don’t understand all the clapping and the... See more
Wow it’s like Deja Vo I got a release from Green Day February 2020 worst release by far last year now it is now February 2021 I got this release from the Foo Fighters and it is equally as bad could not get beyond track 3 i just don’t understand all the clapping and the childish background vocals that remind me of the Beatles back in 1965 but the Beatles got much better i honestly don’t know what or who this was meant to impress certainly not me i put it down after I couldn’t listen to it anymore and probably won’t listen to it again kinda like that Green Day release from last year i was never a big Foo Fighters fan but there was always one or two good songs on most of the releases my favorite is the greatest hits which is the only one that I listen too well better luck next time but I certainly am off the Foo train say goodbye Dave. One last note on the subject this is 37 minutes of garbage and Green Day’s was 26 minutes so I don’t know what is worse I guess it doesn’t matter both worst releases of the year 2020 and 2021 .
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MrSavoie2U
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Fighting to enjoy this Foo
Reviewed in the United States on February 7, 2021
This isn''t a bad cd really, but it''s not a great cd either. It''s rather generic and unmemorable overall. It''s not even that different from the core Foo Fighter sound, except songs like "Shame Shame" and "Medicine at Midnight". Tracks like "Making A Fire", "Cloudspotter" and... See more
This isn''t a bad cd really, but it''s not a great cd either. It''s rather generic and unmemorable overall. It''s not even that different from the core Foo Fighter sound, except songs like "Shame Shame" and "Medicine at Midnight". Tracks like "Making A Fire", "Cloudspotter" and "Holding Poison" are solid, but other than that the cd falls a bit flat. The songs tend to be a bit repetitive and the hooks just aren''t that memorable. I won''t knock the group for trying new things with their music, it simply doesn''t hold my attention. On the plus side of that the disc is under 40 minutes so it definitely doesn''t over stay its welcome.
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Michael Pope
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Fresh, Short, Fast and Fun!
Reviewed in the United States on February 7, 2021
This is not a typical Foo release, which is a breath of fresh air for me. Their previous release (Concrete and Gold), while a solid effort, was a bit plodding and more of the same over that last few FF releases. This album, in a word, is fun. It''s danceable, singable,... See more
This is not a typical Foo release, which is a breath of fresh air for me. Their previous release (Concrete and Gold), while a solid effort, was a bit plodding and more of the same over that last few FF releases. This album, in a word, is fun. It''s danceable, singable, catchy, and doesn''t take itself too seriously, except for maybe the cut "No Son of Mine". "Making a Fire" is the perfect opener, with Taylor''s solid skinning, thick, crunchy guitars, and a catchy chorus. "Shame Shame", "Cloudspotter", and "Medicine at Midnight" are mid-tempo numbers with a nice groove and if you''re not careful, you''ll find yourself shaking your hips or bobbing your head. "Waiting on a War" is a builder, reminiscent of "New Way Home" from The Color and the Shape. "No Son of Mine" is probably the darkest track here, and my personal least favorite, with lyrics hinting at some unfinished business between Dave and God/organized religion. "Chasing Birds" is the most acoustic song on the album, and the closer "Love Dies Young" could be a dance floor favorite. While "Foo Lite" might be an apt descriptor of this effort, the moniker should by no means be a slur for the album. With all the stress, uncertainty, and nonsense the world has faced over the last year, this fun little diversion is a welcome treat. This will be in my car for a long while. Good job, Dave, Taylor, and the gents.
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Charles J. Kader
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
No Foo-ing around this time
Reviewed in the United States on February 5, 2021
Medicine at Midnight will be the backbone song of this namesake album. Deeply textured, it fulfills the heights of the short play appeal of past Foo Fighter hits, turning a guitar riff into a political movement. In the case of Medicine at Midnight as an album, it plays to... See more
Medicine at Midnight will be the backbone song of this namesake album. Deeply textured, it fulfills the heights of the short play appeal of past Foo Fighter hits, turning a guitar riff into a political movement. In the case of Medicine at Midnight as an album, it plays to the aging fighters credo of keeping the legs moving and worry about getting hit later. The lyrical depth on this album is mixed, with some notable high points, and some lesser entries. Newblood Grohl family creative contributions on the first track Making a Fire inaugurate this album for more infusion. Just buy it.
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DanOPFL
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Like the Foo Fighters, but not a fan of this album
Reviewed in the United States on February 8, 2021
I like the Foo Fighters, but probably like this album of theirs the least. I found it - for lack of a better word - bland. Don''t get me wrong, it is definitely listenable, but nothing really stands out even after multiple plays. Maybe it is because I have been listening... See more
I like the Foo Fighters, but probably like this album of theirs the least. I found it - for lack of a better word - bland. Don''t get me wrong, it is definitely listenable, but nothing really stands out even after multiple plays. Maybe it is because I have been listening to a lot of George Harrison and Children of Bodom lately (yes, an odd mix), but it neither has the nuances of Harrison nor the fire and drive of Children of Bodom. Just pales in comparison. Probably not a good starting point for new listeners to the Foo Fighters. For the existing fans, serves the purpose of completeness.
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Petey G
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Where''s the beef?
Reviewed in the United States on February 7, 2021
It sure seems like not much effort went into creating this album. The song structure on alot of the tunes are similar and predictable. And, where''s the heavy hitters like, The Pretender, Monkey wrench, or All my life? Are the boys settling down now and going to start... See more
It sure seems like not much effort went into creating this album. The song structure on alot of the tunes are similar and predictable. And, where''s the heavy hitters like, The Pretender, Monkey wrench, or All my life? Are the boys settling down now and going to start writing bubble gum?? I think when they put this one together, the "meat" button was left in the off position. Hopefully the next one they will kick it up a notch or three.
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Steven HaaralaTop Contributor: David Bowie
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Hybrids
Reviewed in the United States on February 13, 2021
I have to confess that I did not pay much attention to Foo Fighters through the years. So many artists, so little time, you know? But my ears pricked up like a German Shepherd''s when I heard "Shame Shame" on the radio (repeatedly), so here I am. This is an unusual, and... See more
I have to confess that I did not pay much attention to Foo Fighters through the years. So many artists, so little time, you know? But my ears pricked up like a German Shepherd''s when I heard "Shame Shame" on the radio (repeatedly), so here I am. This is an unusual, and eclectic, rock album. My perception is that the tracks represent different styles, yet do not sound like mere imitations. Most are hybrids of more than one style. There is classic rock, grunge, glam, and more. The production is tight. Most tracks end abruptly, no long fadeouts. There are ornamental elements, but not overdone. All this would seem to make it "pop-friendly", and so it is. According to Wikipedia, Dave Grohl himself called it "this really up, fun record", and drummer Taylor Hawkins described it as more "pop-oriented" than their prior releases. To me, "fun record" is a little dismissive. It is fun, but it has more substance than that. At least they didn''t do a cover of "I Think We''re Alone Now".

My favorite, "Shame Shame", is basically dark and grungy. At the same time it percolates, and it is enhanced with an element of early 21st century hip-hop. (This is done so smoothly that it took me a long time to conclude that what I was hearing sounded like hip-hop.) "Waiting On A War" is classic rock, melodic, with strings. "No Son Of Mine" is classic rock with riffs and other effects that sound like Led Zeppelin. "Chasing Birds" is just about as sweet as a slow-dance on a 60''s prom night. "Love Dies Young" starts like Heart''s "Barracuda", but it settles into a less menacing rock track. "Making A Fire" is grungy, and "Holding Poison" ventures into glam (the background vocals, the playful approach musically, the bouncy tempo). "Cloudspotter" and the title song are hybrids that are difficult to label, and they are impressive.

But, what are these songs about? I have to say that most of the lyrics defy literal interpretation. There are some noteworthy lines, like these from "Cloudspotter" : "Swing, swing guillotine queen/Swing it from the left to the right/Bang! Bang! Bang!/You''re so mean/But don''t we look good?" I believe I spotted 2 recurring themes in the lyrics. One is war, or anti-war. "Waiting On A War" expresses anxiety about what could happen: "Everyday waiting for the sky to fall/Big crash on a world that''s so small". In "No Son Of Mine", there is indictment of those who instigate wars: "No son of mine will ever do/The work of villains, the will of fools...No son of mine will ever be/Under the power vested in thee/March into slaughter down on his knees". The other theme is hopelessness. From "Holding Poison": "Sometimes I dream...And then I bleed and I bleed and I bleed/I get the feeling there ain''t nothing that I can do." From "Chasing Birds": "Chasing birds/To get high/I''m never coming down...Say goodbye/I''m never coming back/Here comes another heart attack." And finally, from "Love Dies Young": "Love dies young/And there''s no resuscitation/Once it''s done/No regeneration...Never-ending cemeteries/Funeral parades/All your dreams are buried in their place." Well, I did say that it wasn''t all fun, didn''t I?
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JDM
2.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Unremarkable Stadium Rock
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 6, 2021
No matter how much hype surrounds a new Foo Fighters record just before release that talks up how much they’ve challenged themselves, ultimately they all fall flat. MAM is no exception. The songs are forgettable even though the beats are slightly funkier. MAM reminds me of...See more
No matter how much hype surrounds a new Foo Fighters record just before release that talks up how much they’ve challenged themselves, ultimately they all fall flat. MAM is no exception. The songs are forgettable even though the beats are slightly funkier. MAM reminds me of when Cheap Trick went a bit **** in the 80s.
No matter how much hype surrounds a new Foo Fighters record just before release that talks up how much they’ve challenged themselves, ultimately they all fall flat. MAM is no exception. The songs are forgettable even though the beats are slightly funkier. MAM reminds me of when Cheap Trick went a bit **** in the 80s.
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5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Another great album from the foo fighters
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 5, 2021
Various newspapers rate this as 3 or 4 stars saying it is predictable and not ground breaking. Also referred to ask Dad rock. I don''t need ground breaking and I like rock and I''m a Dad. Great album. Can''t wait for lockdown to ease and see them live again
Various newspapers rate this as 3 or 4 stars saying it is predictable and not ground breaking. Also referred to ask Dad rock. I don''t need ground breaking and I like rock and I''m a Dad. Great album. Can''t wait for lockdown to ease and see them live again
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Nils Többen
1.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Entäuschend
Reviewed in Germany on February 9, 2021
Ich höre Foo Fighters seit 25 Jahren.....Sonic Highways und Concrete and Gold waren schon schlecht....aber Medicine at Midnight ist einfach nur grausam.....wenn ich Kuschelrock oder Bowie hören will - höre ich Kuschelrock oder Bowie....Wenn ich Slayer hören will-höre ich...See more
Ich höre Foo Fighters seit 25 Jahren.....Sonic Highways und Concrete and Gold waren schon schlecht....aber Medicine at Midnight ist einfach nur grausam.....wenn ich Kuschelrock oder Bowie hören will - höre ich Kuschelrock oder Bowie....Wenn ich Slayer hören will-höre ich Slayer....ich habe bei den FF immer etwas erwartet ....der Weg den die FF einschlagen kann ich nicht mehr folgen. Kommerzieller Pop-Rock....viele finden es sicher gut...Ich finde das Album einfach nur grausam und extrem entäuschend
Ich höre Foo Fighters seit 25 Jahren.....Sonic Highways und Concrete and Gold waren schon schlecht....aber Medicine at Midnight ist einfach nur grausam.....wenn ich Kuschelrock oder Bowie hören will - höre ich Kuschelrock oder Bowie....Wenn ich Slayer hören will-höre ich Slayer....ich habe bei den FF immer etwas erwartet ....der Weg den die FF einschlagen kann ich nicht mehr folgen. Kommerzieller Pop-Rock....viele finden es sicher gut...Ich finde das Album einfach nur grausam und extrem entäuschend
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JennieBean
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
New Foo for you?
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 5, 2021
Whilst some of the songs are tonally different from previous albums, there isn''t a duff track on the album. There is a track for everyone here, from your hardcore headbanger to your disco diva! I was honestly surprised at the direction some of the tracks went but never...See more
Whilst some of the songs are tonally different from previous albums, there isn''t a duff track on the album. There is a track for everyone here, from your hardcore headbanger to your disco diva! I was honestly surprised at the direction some of the tracks went but never disappointed! I can see why some ''puruists'' might be down on this one but if you want to listen to older foo''s stuff.. go play an older album. I''m pretty certain that in time some of the tracks on this one will be being sung just as loudly at their concerts as the ''classics''.
Whilst some of the songs are tonally different from previous albums, there isn''t a duff track on the album. There is a track for everyone here, from your hardcore headbanger to your disco diva! I was honestly surprised at the direction some of the tracks went but never disappointed! I can see why some ''puruists'' might be down on this one but if you want to listen to older foo''s stuff.. go play an older album. I''m pretty certain that in time some of the tracks on this one will be being sung just as loudly at their concerts as the ''classics''.
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Richard ivory
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The foos have done it again! Awesome album :)
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on February 6, 2021
Great piece of art! I truly believe this record is quality over quantity, 9 great tracks to rock out too. Foo fighters has never let me down. I gave this 5 stars for the music it self. But the actual vinyl cover came slightly bent at the corners. Also the vinyl is only 140g...See more
Great piece of art! I truly believe this record is quality over quantity, 9 great tracks to rock out too. Foo fighters has never let me down. I gave this 5 stars for the music it self. But the actual vinyl cover came slightly bent at the corners. Also the vinyl is only 140g would like to have it in standard 180g for more durability and less likely to warp, if you look after it though and store it properly it should last a lifetime. In my opinion It would be unfair to give any less than 5 stars cause the actual music is great and not everyone would find the small problems I have with the actual product a problem.
Great piece of art! I truly believe this record is quality over quantity, 9 great tracks to rock out too. Foo fighters has never let me down. I gave this 5 stars for the music it self. But the actual vinyl cover came slightly bent at the corners. Also the vinyl is only 140g would like to have it in standard 180g for more durability and less likely to warp, if you look after it though and store it properly it should last a lifetime. In my opinion It would be unfair to give any less than 5 stars cause the actual music is great and not everyone would find the small problems I have with the actual product a problem.
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