Medicine At Midnight - Foo Fighters

Medicine At Midnight

Foo Fighters

  • Genre: Rock
  • Release Date: 2021-02-05
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 9

  • ℗ 2021 Roswell Records, Inc., under exclusive license to RCA Records


Title Artist Time
Making A Fire Foo Fighters 4:15 USD 1.29
Shame Shame Foo Fighters 4:17 USD 1.29
Cloudspotter Foo Fighters 3:53 USD 1.29
Waiting On A War Foo Fighters 4:13 USD 1.29
Medicine At Midnight Foo Fighters 3:29 USD 1.29
No Son Of Mine Foo Fighters 3:28 USD 1.29
Holding Poison Foo Fighters 4:24 USD 1.29
Chasing Birds Foo Fighters 4:12 USD 1.29
Love Dies Young Foo Fighters 4:21 USD 1.29


  • Can’t get through it

    By Bmcnm
    We’ve tried and tired to listen to the new album, can’t do it.
  • Grohl & Co keep it great

    By Ing
    All the whining seems to be from people that only like a narrow view of music. I’m sorry, but embrace diversity in music, grow a little ! The same loud rock stuff over & over? Well there’s no need to buy but one album then! I personally just love that DG has the rocks to show he can do a variety of cool things and this album is just gorgeous… it is NOT some electro-pop fiasco like done are trying to say, it’s nothing like that at all. This has nothing in common with a sell out! This is still rock music. Kudos, more please!!!
  • Miss my Foo’s

    By Joe Krollo
    Been a fan my whole life… the last 2-3 albums have just felt like a complete departure from the band that amazed and inspired me for 15 years prior. “Wasting light” was the last album that truly felt like a foo fighters record. I expect the band to progress, as doing the same thing over and over gets old. Where is the band that wrote “The One” on the Orange County soundtrack? This album here was hyped as a party rock album… what?! Besides the opening track, the record is “meh” at best with several tracks just feeling like stock.
  • Finally Sold Out

    By Dave Groowwl
    Bowed down to his liberal masters to protect 500 million. I am sad
  • Not just another Foo Fighters album

    By DevilsInTheDetails
    I’ve always been sort of on the sidelines with Foo Fighters. This is the first album that I actually liked enough to purchase. The songs have a much more creative and adventurous musicality than previous offerings. The cleanly polished sounds may lack some of the raw passion of earlier recordings. But they still shine. I hear the influences of some really great bands in this record. They range from pop artists like David Bowie, the Beatles and Beck, to Prog rock like Rush, and 80s alternative sounds like Tears For Fears and Talking Heads to name a few. I guess Dave grew up listening to the same music as me after all.
  • you, in your heart, truly stand behind this???

    By clamslam69
    C'mon man!
  • Tried and Failed

    By JonEHutchins
    I have tried three times to get through the album and it's like chewing can do it, but it's not very pleasant. Waiting on a war has so many repeating lines that it makes me skip the song entirely. I agree with some reviewers say that it doesn't have much soul. I love Dave, but this just falls flat and is disappointing overall.
  • What is Everyone Complaining about?

    By DAS_Architect
    This is excellent new stuff. Why do people want to stay in the past. Every musical group transitions to test themselves. This is an excellent new album. Quit whining.
  • Sad Day

    By priorfanoffoo
    I have lived for the Foo for the better part of my life. To say this album is a disappointment is an understatement. I wish they would have spent more time focusing on the music and less time focusing on pushing their political agenda. They have turned out a disappointing album and lost some of their fan base because they chose Hollywood over the people who have been by their sides from the beginning. Sad.
  • Unbelievable. Garage. Hard pass.

    By Kyles ipad12345678901
    He’s waiting on a war? We’ve been at war for 20 plus years. Non stop. Done with this band. Seriously guys, what’s wrong with you.

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