Friday, January 3, 2020

Foo Fighters revisit album debut on new archival EP release

The Foo Fighters revisit material from their self-titled 1995 debut album on “00959525”, the latest EP from the band’s ongoing archive series.

Four studio tracks – “Winnebago”, “Podunk, “How I Miss You” and a cover of Ace Frehley’s 1978 cut, “Ozone” – were all previously issued as b-sides of singles from the record, while the 2019 EP is rounded out with live performances of “Floaty” and “Alone + Easy Target” from a BBC Evening Session four months after the debut’s release.

Previewed by the lead single, “This Is A Call”, “Foo Fighters” was a Top 10 album in several countries while reaching No. 23 on the US Billboard 200 on its way to sales of more than a million copies in the region.

The Foo Fighters are currently recording the follow-up to 2017’s “Concrete And Gold” and will next be seen at Virginia Beach, VA’s Something In The Water festival in late April.

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