October 23, 2001 10:13


'Win Or Lose' is on the soundtrack to 'Out Cold'...

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FOO FIGHTERS have reworked an old B-side into a new song which will feature on a forthcoming film soundtrack.

The original track, 'Make A Bet', has been reworked and retitled as a new song called 'Win Or Lose'.

The new song features on the soundtrack to the forthcoming snowboarding movie 'Out Cold', which stars Jason London and Caroline Dhavemas. The soundtrack to the movie will be released in the US on November 20 via RCA, with a UK release likely to follow.

Foo Fighters are currently working on a new album, which Dave Grohl previously told NME.COM should be finished by November.

He said: "We demo three weeks at a time...but now we've done the demoing I really don't think it's going to take long. I figure we'll come home from the festivals and begin recording the first week in September and hopefully have it finished by the beginning of November."

Grohl said that unlike the band's last record, 'There Is Nothing Left To Lose', the band's new songs have been written "with the amps at 10".

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