Last night, when I was preparing for this morning's Ethan and Lou radio show on i95, I was listening to all my favorite albums, trying to boil it down to my favorite of all time.

It was clear as day and right in front of my face. I was overlooking the most important factors. I said to myself, "Hey, self, what album have you listened to and enjoyed every week of your life since you were 18-years-old?"

The answer was the debut album by the Foo Fighters The Colour and Shape. The album was released on May 20, 1997 and I had just turned 18-years-old. Technically, it was the band's second album, but the self-titled debut Foo Fighters was a demo done solely by Dave Grohl and did not have a wide release.

In the 20 years since the release, the songs hold up. I never tire of them, and I still attempt to sing along and blow my voice box out. The track listing goes a little something like this:

1 - "Doll"

2 - "Monkey Wrench"

3 - "Hey, Johnny Park!"

4 - "My poor brain"

5 - "Wind up"

6 - "Up in arms"

7 - "My Hero"

8 - "See you"

9 - "Enough Space"

10 - "February Stars"

11 - "Everlong"

12 - "Walking After You"

13 - "New Way Home"

If you have not heard the album in full, just try it before you tell me I suck.