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Old September 16th 2018, 05:56 PM
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Default Happy bday, Concrete + Gold!

I love his album. I love the textures, tones, feel and flavors. It still sounds fresh. Great job by the band, team of engineers and Greg Kurstin.
I think it is a very impressive piece of work that holds up well. Many of these songs are still heavily played on my packed playlist as they still sound new. Side B of the vinyl release is one of my favorite LP sides of all time.
I hope for some studio footage to surface someday.
Cheers, Concrete + Gold + Foo Fighters!
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Old October 12th 2018, 02:23 AM
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Default Re: Happy bday, Concrete + Gold!

I had this album on while at work the other day and a co-worker came in during Concrete and Gold and said "wow, that's some old school stuff you're listening to!" I just smiled but that's one thing I love about this album, is how it combines modern and classic sounds!
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