Originally Posted by Jalmar
I think it is quite descriptive, he has not specific signature style, no feeling in his playing and now that Nirvana exists no more, he nourishes himself on the former reputation as their drummer and when he started Foo Fighters, he decimated the whole image of himself because of the fact that the music they are bringing is tasteless and macabre.
And also, he tried a futile attempt to play for Queens of the Stonage and where did that lead him, nowhere.
he was invited to play on an album and had no intention of going back to the drums. his first love is drums he states, but it is clear from his actions over the years that he is putting most of his work into the foo fighters. it's not his fault if he's famous for nirvana, and if he used that fame to promote the foos i say good on him, he earned it. your opinion of the foo fighters music is your own, so i won't argue.