Foo Fighters drummer describes new U2 album as being just "like a fart"
Songs of Incontinence?
Foo Fighters drummer Taylor Hawkins told 'The Music' that he listened to the new U2 album once, but he felt the way it was distributed freely into people's iTunes libraries left a sour taste in the mouth and marred whatever quality may be there.
He certainly didn't like the way it was pushed upon people and that it had echoes of George Orwell's 1984, a Big Brother feel to it, and because of that, "it just kinda sounds like a fart any way you listen to it."
Harsh words there from the Foo Fighters man. Here's what the track listing might look like if indeed it was fart influenced...
1. The Fart (Of Joey Ramone)
2. Every Breaking Wind
3. California ( There Is No Fart to Love)
4. Fart for Someone
5. Iris (Hold me Fart)
6. Volcano Fart
7. Raised by Farts
8. Cedar-Fart Road
9. Fart Like a Baby Tonight
10. This Is Where You Can Fart Me Now
11. The Fart Troubles
Taylor Hawkins is of course free to say what he likes, but we're big fans of the new U2 album and think it's one of their very best albums in a long time. So fart off Taylor.