Talk:In Your Honor

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Which Jones?[edit]

"for example, Norah Jones, John Paul Jones (of Led Zeppelin fame) and Josh Homme of Queens Of The Stone Age. Dave Grohl has described Jones' guest appearance as the "second greatest thing to happen to me in my life."" It's not clear whether Grohl is talking about Norah Jones or John Paul Jones here.

I think it is at the very least obvious that he's talking about John Paul Jones, since he's a long time Led Zeppelin fan...i have a Jan 5 2000 Melody Maker where he states, in a millennium poll speaking about Led Zeppelin's Coda (excuse me if the citation is too long) "Led sZeppelin completely moulded the way i play the drums. No one can't deny that band anything. All their albums are great. I prefer HOTH and ITTOD to their first two, but Coda was the best, 'cos "Bonzo's Montreaux" was on it - John Bonham's one drum symphony. I stayed up many a night working on that one. I'll play it for you right now if you want!". So there you go. I wouldn't be surprised although if it was Norah Jones! Who knows...but it seems pretty obvious it's not. User:Sickboy3883 03 November 2006

Copy control?[edit]

Copy control seems to be a specific type of copy prevention used by EMI. Does anyone know if that is specifically used anywhere, or is that just meant to refer generically to any copy protection scheme? In the United States, the disc uses MediaMax CD-3. —Mulad (talk) June 30, 2005 00:02 (UTC)

According to Rolling Stone the title is a tribute to John Kerry, not as this article states, the fans.

Is it possible to find out who "The Last Song" is dedicated to?

"receptive"?[edit]

Hi, what exactly do you mean by receptive in "Described by leader Dave Grohl as the "ultimate" Foo Fighters album, In Your Honor was generally met with receptive reviews."?

I'm translating this article into spanish and I don't quite get what you mean, thanks. Guirro 21:14, 19 October 2006 (UTC)


End over End[edit]

I've heard End over End on the radio here in NZ, yet it is not listed as a single? did it only get realised as a single in Australasia or something? M14mclaren 23:34, 26 January 2007 (UTC)

Fair use rationale for Image:Foo-Fighters-In-Your-Honor.jpg[edit]

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The Sign[edit]

Moving it to bonus tracks, but noting that it appears on UK version of In Your Honor on the first disc as track 11.


This band/album/etc. is not UK based in any sense, and the official tracklisting is American. Different countries get different tracks anyway, so to say one is official over the other would be absurd when they have different bonus tracks. The only exception is the American tracklisting because it doesn't have any bonus tracks, that which counts as the official regular tracklisting. 131.125.115.15 (talk) 20:29, 9 December 2007 (UTC)

Fair use rationale for Image:Foo fighters in your honor.jpg[edit]

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Acoustic[edit]

I think we should have the genres like this: Disc 1: Alternative Rock Disc 2: Acoustic Rock What do you think? Titan50 (talk) 18:08, 13 February 2008 (UTC)

Honour/Honor[edit]

I was wondering about the spelling of the album title and eponymous track because the article title and image both say "In Your Honor", but the copy I have here says "In Your Honour" in the cover artwork, track listing and lyrics. Is this because I have the UK edition? --94.3.95.201 (talk) 20:37, 16 August 2011 (UTC)

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Reviewer: Burningclean (talk · contribs) 21:09, 14 June 2012 (UTC)

  • The first sentence of the Background section is kind of off. Maybe something like "After touring in support of One by One, Dave Grohl was uncertain on what to do next with the Foo Fighters. He felt that rushing to do another record would not be creatively rewarding."
  • I don't know if there is any rule to this, but I think maybe saying the studio was 'named' Studio 606 would be better than being 'baptized' Studio 606. The word 'baptized' seems slang somehow.
  • "The album's whole development took nine months,[6] with three and a half months spent installing the equipments of the studio, and the songs being written across 2004." I would rework this to "Development for In Your Honor took nine months,[6] with three and a half months intalling equipment in the studio, and songs being written throughout 2004."
  • "Studio 606 was not even finished as the band moved in, even helping with the final stages of construction." This feels confusing to me. Do you mean that the band helped finish constructing the studio? If so, could you specifiy that please?

Other than those few small details, all is good. The sourcing is fantastic on this. Burningclean [speak] 21:09, 14 June 2012 (UTC)