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FOO FIGHTERS

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FESTIVAL BROADCAST FROM STOCKHOLM THE WEEK OF THE BAND’S THIRD ALBUM RELEASE NOW AVAILABLE ON LIMITED EDITION DOUBLE VINYL!! 
In 1998, Foo Fighters travelled to Dave Grohl's home in Virginia to write music for its third album. However, Grohl and Franz Stahl - Grohl’s band mate from Scream, who had joined the Foos the year before as a replacement for Pat Smear - were unable to co-operate as songwriters; Grohl told Kerrang! in 1999, "in those few weeks it just seemed like the three of us were moving in one direction and Franz wasn't". Grohl was distraught over the decision to fire Stahl, as the two had been friends since childhood. The remaining trio of Grohl, Mendel, and Hawkins spent the next several months recording the band's third album, There Is Nothing Left to Lose, in Dave’s home studio. The album spawned several singles, including ‘Learn to Fly’, the band's first to reach the US Billboard Hot 100. 
Released in early November 1999, by which time The Foo Fighters were touring Europe, on November 11th the group performed at Stockholm’s Fryshuset Festival where they performed an extraordinary set of just over 50 minutes. Featuring a couple of cuts from the new record alongside a selection of choice numbers from previous records plus a dazzling cover of Metallica’s ‘No Remorse’, this show is finally released here on vinyl for the first time, allowing fans the opportunity to hear exactly what went down that crisp winter evening some 20 years ago 
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TRACKLIST
SIDE A
1. Stacked Actors
2. My Hero
3. My Poor Brain
SIDE B
4. For All The Cows
5. Breakout
6. Up In Arms Intro
7. Up In Arms
8. Monkey Wrench
SIDE C
9. Hey, Johnny Park!
10. Alone + Easy Target
11. Everlong
SIDE D
12. I’ll Stick Around
13. Into The Void (Jam)
14. Weenie Beenie
15. No Remorse
16. This Is A Call
 

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