Foo Fighters To Release Covers Album

artist: foo fighters date: 03/14/2011 category: upcoming releases
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Foo Fighters To Release Covers Album
In addition to an upcoming documentary and a new studio album of all original material on the way, it seems like the Foo Fighters have something else in store: a full-length vinyl of cover songs. The record, which is to be called Medium Rare, will feature the Foo Fighter's renditions of songs from groups like Cream, Pink Floyd, and the Ramones. The album will be released on April 16th as a limited-edition vinyl for Record Store Day, an event that celebrates independent record stores. The tracks for the upcoming release will be as follows: 01. Band On The Run (Paul McCartney & Wings) 02. I Feel Free (Cream) 03. Life of Illusion (Joe Walsh) 04. Young Man Blues (Mose Allison) 05. Bad Reputation (Thin Lizzy) 06. Darling Nikki (Prince) 07. Down In The Park (Gary Numan) 08. Baker Street (Gerry Rafferty) 09. Danny Says (Ramones) 10. Have A Cigar (Pink Floyd) 11. Never Talking To You Again (Hsker D) 12. Gas Chamber (Angry Samoans) 13. This Will Be Our Year (The Zombies) While it may be the first time you ever hear the Foo Fighters play some of these songs, the band has been known to play a few of them live in the past. You can check out their version of Band On The Run below.
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