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Foo Fighters — Walking After You
Album: The Colour And The Shape
Avg rating:
7.2

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Total ratings: 1053








Released: 1997
Length: 4:00
Plays (last 30 days): 1
Tonight I'm tangled in my blanket of clouds
Dreaming aloud

Things just won't do without you, matter of fact
Oh oh ooh
I'm on your back
I'm on your back
Oh oh ooh
I'm on your back

If you'd accept surrender, I'll give up some more
Weren't you adored

I cannot be without you, matter of fact
Oh oh ooh
I'm on your back

If you walk out on me
I'm walking after you
If you walk out on me
I'm walking after you

Another heart is cracked in two
I'm on your back

I cannot be without you, matter of fact
Oh oh ooh
I'm on your back
I'm on your back
Oh oh ooh
I'm on your back

If you walk out on me
I'm walking after you
If you walk out on me
I'm walking after you
If you walk out on me
I'm walking after you
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they actually can play musci? a nice change for this otherwise awful shredders....
I'm hearing Peter Yorn on this one. Anyone else?
 jsjunk wrote:
This is NOT the version from the album, I'm sure of it. Am I going mad?!

EDIT A quick Google suggests that this version was recorded for the X Files soundtrack apparently. I like it a lot less than the original album version, it takes some of the understated charm out of it. 
 

The album version is really WAY better.
This is NOT the version from the album, I'm sure of it. Am I going mad?!

EDIT A quick Google suggests that this version was recorded for the X Files soundtrack apparently. I like it a lot less than the original album version, it takes some of the understated charm out of it. 
 randall07 wrote:
Even though dave seems to be impressed with himself; I'm not that impressed. I've always considered the songwriting to be weak. Outstanding drummer, though.
 
I don't know if he's any more or less "impressed with himself" than any other rock star or pop musician.  If they were timid, insecure introverts who lacked confidence they would probably be in some other line of work.
I'm on your Beck?
I love this song....
Aural Mogadon, the very definition of Ho-Hum {#Sleep}. Too often hard-rocking bands try to slip a slow, quiet number into their oeuvre, and you can usually tell when it's just a token effort as in this case. Bad Company succeeded but they're a rarity. PSD and away we go...
Kind of stalkery but I can't help it, I love this song!
Reminds me of "Wishing you were here" by Chicago... nice song , like Dave Grohl but not a huge Foo fan, this has a nice tone
 Skydog wrote:
i don't care what the neigbors say
i like this album/cd,  
thought it was one of the best in the '90's,

 
Agree on this one. Album is a lot of old school fun.


i don't care what the neigbors say
i like this album/cd,  
thought it was one of the best in the '90's,
Not a big Foo fan, really like Dave's enthusiasim, but this is my favorite that they do, well blended tune ful!{#Dancingbanana}
That’s one small step for (sic) AΩ man, one giant leap for mankind.
What's amazing about this band is that not only do they put out boring, souless, monotonic, formulaic, "thud and drone" songs...they do the same for more melodic songs!!!

This is boring and souless...but on the other end of the spectrum!

And this the one of the few mega "RNR" band out there? 
RNR...RIP.  
Nice!
I guess Dave Grohl has been a good salesman in the industry. The only thing of his I'm buying of his is that Sound City movie.
 linz_bobinz wrote:
why did you only want me back after it was too late.....?

 
Some people wind up torturing others while they're busy torturing themselves. 
godawful! haven't logged in for years, but had to for this!
why did you only want me back after it was too late.....?
Lovely, light, melodic, Sunday ish music, which has happy memories associated with it for me :-) 
so sweet 
{#Heartkiss}
Excellent, brings back great memories.
perfect for the kind of mood I am today
 h8rhater wrote:
 

Yank it.  Stay gone. Be gone. 
Agreed 100%

 


Awful...like most of the rest they've ever done.  Never got it...never will.

This song is good for the ears...
 
 Bridieboo wrote:
Love this song.  Beautiful and mellow.
 


 iam_overlord wrote:
Thought this was Nada Surf at first. Because it sounds kind of sappy. No like.
 
I thought it was John Mayer.


I'd rather hear Pat Boone sing the alphabet than this goofy sound
Thought this was Nada Surf at first. Because it sounds kind of sappy. No like.
 jkamm14 wrote:

I think this is the version from the "X-Files: Fight The Future" movie soundtrack.  
 

It is. I submitted this version years ago and it got declined, then got accepted later, but under the wrong album... this is most defniitely the X-Files version though, not the original album version.
A little Dave Grohl is good for the soul.
Great band. They never really dissapoint and they do soft and loud songs really well!
Love this song.  Beautiful and mellow.
 Dude wrote:
Love it!  This is different than the version of Walking After You that I am used to hearing.  Are you sure it is from "The Colour and the Shape"?
 
I think this is the version from the "X-Files: Fight The Future" movie soundtrack.  
 DrLex wrote:

The deal is that Bill plays whatever he likes on his radio station, unless it's really obvious that the song is unpopular with most of the listeners. Which, given this song's average rating of 7.4, is clearly not the case here.

 

FYT
This is not a very good song, I love it!{#Clap}
All bands that sell records don't automatically suck and/or don't fit RP. 

It's not at all unreasonable to believe RP listeners appreciate well done pop/rock and that this is an example of good pop songcraft. 

Love it!  This is different than the version of Walking After You that I am used to hearing.  Are you sure it is from "The Colour and the Shape"?
 SmackDaddy wrote:


There isn't a band in the world that makes me hit the mute button, preset button, or yank the plug out of the socket faster than these guys.  


Yank it.  Stay gone. Be gone. 

 Marr wrote:
inane, repetitious, and possibly seizure inducing emoticons.
 
{#Notworthy}{#Propeller}{#Roflol}
Reminds me strongly of Beck's "Lost Cause."
I saw them on ACL last night.  They spent about half the show doing what looked like "we're gonna show you guys that we're not commercial" songs.  Wasn't so convincing.  Concert was okay.  Lotta foo, though.  Which is what they're supposed to be fighting.
 splooge wrote:
Over commercialized and way over rated. I can listen to crap like this on FM. What's the deal Bill?
 
The deal is that Bill plays whatever he likes on his radio station, unless it's really obvious that the song is unpopular with most of the listeners. Which, given this song's average rating of 7.4, is clearly not the case here.

not bad, but too repetitive
Please don't help SmackDaddy by bumping his post. That's just that much more space taken up with his inane, repetitious, and possibly seizure inducing emoticons.


 splooge wrote:
Over commercialized and way over rated. I can listen to crap like this on FM. What's the deal Bill?
 

Not over rated in my part of the world...totally unknown indeed!
 SmackDaddy wrote:

(lotsa pukin')

 
Why so much hate? They've got so many different songs, another one could be more to your taste maybe...


 lemmoth wrote:
Excellent change of pace from a terricfic band.  Beautiful song. A solid 8.

And the person posting last time needs to calm the &(^*( down.
 
ok version of the song but not my favorite.
I do agree with your assessment of the post below though.  I wish we could delete it because I'm afraid it might trigger a seizure in someone.  Maybe me 
 lemmoth wrote:
Excellent change of pace from a terricfic band.  Beautiful song. A solid 8.

And the person posting last time needs to calm the &(^*( down.
 
On both points, I totally agree.

Excellent change of pace from a terricfic band.  Beautiful song. A solid 8.

And the person posting last time needs to calm the &(^*( down.

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 Oscar_the_Grouch wrote:
..... whiners and complainers that infect these forums. 
 
I believe that should be "fora" {#Dancingbanana}

The deal, my dear "splooge", is that you are profoundly and thoroughly mentally challenged; very much like the rest of the whiners and complainers that infect these forums.
 splooge wrote:
Over commercialized and way over rated. I can listen to crap like this on FM. What's the deal Bill?
 

{#Rolleyes}

{#Moon}

 themotion wrote:


I didn't realize Ken Burns was a musician too, and a smoker.

Foo has released several versions of this song, but this one is the best.
certainly99 wrote:
must be the most over rated band ever...or at least since The Offspring.
Hey, leave The Offspring out of this, you. They write some of the funniest lyrics anywhere. "L.A.P.D" is great, for instance. I have fond memories of that band. Love DG and FF too.
Over commercialized and way over rated. I can listen to crap like this on FM. What's the deal Bill?
jpfueler wrote:
it was used in the XFiles movie. This may be that version (I'm sorry I missed it, so can't say for sure)
This is the X Files soundtrack version, yes. One of the songs I uploaded and got 'sorry' before someone else got credit when it did get added :( I vastly prefer this version over the original. And I think I posted way back when on this one that the album technically is wrong above...
lordgeezer wrote:
Very good track considering the minimal use of instruments being used. Nice!
Yeah! But the aforementioned album version, without the lame marching drums, is sparser and therefore even better.
Very good track considering the minimal use of instruments being used. Nice!
themotion wrote:
this is not the album version ... does anyone know where this particular recording is from?
it was used in the XFiles movie. This may be that version (I'm sorry I missed it, so can't say for sure)
One of the best from one of our best songwriters. Dave Grohl moves between dethmetal (Probot) to beautiful melodies effortlessly. "Walking After You" is a TEN for me. :bananajam: :biggrin: :dance:
Even though dave seems to be impressed with himself; I'm not that impressed. I've always considered the songwriting to be weak. Outstanding drummer, though.
TheJestress wrote:
i don't know if this song is depressing or tries to be... after all, the title is "walking after you" not "sadness here without you." matter of fact....
I frankly find this song incredibly encouraging as well as beautiful. I think its about working to make a relationship work and not letting your partner give up just because things aren't always easy.
this is not the album version ... does anyone know where this particular recording is from?
so so nice....
Kerly wrote:
Lovely
Musically, a good follow-up would be "Lost Cause"-Beck
Foo Fighters = Good stuff! (Not so keen on their latest offering, but so what... that's me). I can't believe someone dis'd the Offspring! Listen to those wonderful double entendre lyrics as they wail away... Granted they're not to everyone's taste, but if you're ever working out hard, or you're really hating someone -- they need to be in your headset. And yes, that is very juvenile, which is the whole appeal of the Offspring. Now get out of the way you little prude :bananajam:
COME GET ME, DAVE!!!!! :hearteyes: :heartkiss: :kiss: :hearteyes:
certainly99 wrote:
must be the most over rated band ever...or at least since The Offspring.
f that dude ... dave grohl is one of the most underappreciated rockers of the 90's ... period ... because he doesn't do weird shit to get the population's attention like eating live animals on stage or going to the woods for 3 weeks on an acid trip eating bark and leaves while changing his name to susan vanderbees and getting involved with a transvestite/heroin addict ... none of that bull shit ... he just rocks and enjoys it ... he went from drumming for the most influential bands of the decade to leading another quite successful band ... overrated? ... no ... remember when he and taylor hawkins did that anti smoking commercial while smoking? ... classic.
didnt expect to see foo fighters when i looked at the artist. im not a big fan, but this song has a really good melody
I would've never guessed it was FF, i'm not sure yet on if I like the song.
Lovely
I agree with what you write and has made a note not to rate songs before the first cup is empty.certainly99 wrote:
Interesting. I didn't realize The Offspring were rated all that highly. I don't think 'most over rated band ever' needs to be dignified with a response, but since I'm already here... I don't think there's an overwhelming love of the Foo Fighters among critics. Maybe I'm just not reading enough music magazines. If you're talking about the everyday fan, then that just doesn't make any sense. People like it. You don't see why. That doesn't make them overrated, it means you're missing it. I, for instance, I'm missing it regarding Pink Floyd. That doesn't mean Pink Floyd is overrated - it means I'm overlooking what makes them great.
certainly99 wrote:
must be the most over rated band ever...or at least since The Offspring.
Interesting. I didn't realize The Offspring were rated all that highly. I don't think 'most over rated band ever' needs to be dignified with a response, but since I'm already here... I don't think there's an overwhelming love of the Foo Fighters among critics. Maybe I'm just not reading enough music magazines. If you're talking about the everyday fan, then that just doesn't make any sense. People like it. You don't see why. That doesn't make them overrated, it means you're missing it. I, for instance, I'm missing it regarding Pink Floyd. That doesn't mean Pink Floyd is overrated - it means I'm overlooking what makes them great.
i'm all about a good beggar/stalker song.
must be the most over rated band ever...or at least since The Offspring.
Anyone hear the new Foos?
:hearteyes: :bounce:
Love the Foo Fighters!!!!
saw a concert of their's recently. pretty sh*te! but i like this :-)
Great songwriting!
i don't know if this song is depressing or tries to be... after all, the title is "walking after you" not "sadness here without you." matter of fact....
"I'm on your back?" That doesn't sound very romantic...rrather uncomfortable, in fact.
Brings me back to time when the Foo Fighters were my favorite band, and the video for this song had a woman who was seperated from Dave Grohl by a plexiglass window. Not the best video ever, but that lady was gorgeous. I think I was 15 or 16 back then, and I think it's a safe bet that the Foo's won't release an album that compares with this one, or even Dave's solo first album.
Great album and equally great album cover design.
This is a flawless album
guitarwhisperer wrote:
As I'm a newbie, I'll prob. get jumped for this, but as much as I like RP, there's waaaay too many songs that try to be "beautifully depressing". This one tries, but, for my money, doesn't make it.
that's because it's a lot harder to write happy songs. think about the top rock songs/bands of all time...not a lot of happy go luckys in that group. ok, the beatles were pretty damn good at it, but the even the beatles had john to offset paul's smarmyness.
another whisper-song... :/
pretty weak Foo song. I gave it a 2 only because i feel bad giving Foo Fighters a 1.
Austin2Florida wrote:
:biggrin: Nice. I hope she came back.
She always comes back! :good-vibes:
:biggrin: Nice. I hope she came back.
guitarwhisperer wrote:
As I'm a newbie, I'll prob. get jumped for this, but as much as I like RP, there's waaaay too many songs that try to be "beautifully depressing". This one tries, but, for my money, doesn't make it.
In their defense (if they need one), you can't blame the Foo for the great number of 'beautiful depressing' songs, especially on RP, where they are (in my opinion) sorely under-represented. I think you're right, though: there's a limit to how much of that type of music (as any type - everything in moderation!) you can listen to. When it has to be depressing, though, I prefer mine beautiful- rather than ugly- depressing. Oh, yes, and I must say that this is one of my favorite songs ever. But I'm young yet, and I think we are the most vulnerable to beautiful depressing.
Oh yeah...:bounce:
guitarwhisperer wrote:
As I'm a newbie, I'll prob. get jumped for this, but as much as I like RP, there's waaaay too many songs that try to be "beautifully depressing". This one tries, but, for my money, doesn't make it.
Thirded. :boohoo:
guitarwhisperer wrote:
As I'm a newbie, I'll prob. get jumped for this, but as much as I like RP, there's waaaay too many songs that try to be "beautifully depressing". This one tries, but, for my money, doesn't make it.
seconded!
ooh, much better than the usual Foo I hear on commercial radio. Thanks, Bill.
gillicious wrote:
My favourite Foo Fighters song. Thanks!
Mine too. :)
My favourite Foo Fighters song. Thanks!
gandalfbmg wrote:
This isn't the version from The Colour and the Shape... It's from the X Files movie soundtrack. I don't like the ablum version near as much as this one. Still wondering why it got rejected when *I* uploaded it though... :P
Uh, dude, did you see the word I put in parentheses? I believe it was the word, "originally." That means I know this is not the original. I still like it though.
ploafmaster wrote:
Man, another song off of The Colour and the Shape (originally)...rock on! It's amazing how some of the Alterna-Rock songs of my middle-to-high school days worked their way onto this station. They fit pretty well in most cases, too. 8. 8 indeed.
This isn't the version from The Colour and the Shape... It's from the X Files movie soundtrack. I don't like the ablum version near as much as this one. Still wondering why it got rejected when *I* uploaded it though... :P
Man, another song off of The Colour and the Shape (originally)...rock on! It's amazing how some of the Alterna-Rock songs of my middle-to-high school days worked their way onto this station. They fit pretty well in most cases, too. 8. 8 indeed.
newwavegurly wrote:
I'm really glad to hear the Foo Fighters making into the RP rotation. :music:
About time isn't it?
I like it, but I like the version on "The Colour and the Shape" better
Foo Fighters rule! :roflol:
i discovered this song when i was 12 years old. i was way into aliens and x files at the time, AND i was just starting to like boys. this song is fitting for a soundtrack of those days... :D
Beautiful chord progression and elegant arrangement & production, regardless of lyrical content.
guitarwhisperer wrote:
As I'm a newbie, I'll prob. get jumped for this, but as much as I like RP, there's waaaay too many songs that try to be "beautifully depressing". This one tries, but, for my money, doesn't make it.
Ok, I'll jump. Where does it fail? The beautiful or depressing part?
Wow - haven't heard tthis version but love it. What an absolutely heavenly evil song! :wink:
Such a nice little slice of the '90s. Thanks for the timely reminder. :)
ultrarach wrote:
Nah, my name is Rachel and I like the word "ultra." How does a plus-sized chest come to mind from "ultrarach," anyway?
An attempt at some immature off-color humor. Sorry if I offended. :)
COOL! Long time no hear. Long live the lone gunmen!
I had forgotten how much I love this song ! Thanks for playing it!
simply beautiful.
ultrarach wrote:
Nah, my name is Rachel and I like the word "ultra." How does a plus-sized chest come to mind from "ultrarach," anyway?
You're going to be sorry you asked. I think "Ultra rack" is what the writer is getting out of it. My apologies.