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Saint Cecilia isn’t just the name of the hotel in Austin, Texas where Foo Fighters recorded this surprise five-track EP; she was also a second-century martyr canonised as the patroness…

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After 2011’s chart-topping ‘Wasting Light’ reaffirmed Foo Fighters’ status as one of the planet’s biggest bands after four years away, Dave Grohl realised that he had “licence to get weird”…

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So, you think you know what [a]Foo Fighters[/a] are about live? Well, yes you do, and that’s the whole point. As T In The Park rocks its final bells to…

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Even if you turned up thinking this was the sort of hellhole where Comedy Dave could sing parody songs on the main stage without being dragged off by his hair,…

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A s a marker of their brilliant renewal, tonight’s opening slot launches the delayed second summer of The Futureheads. Back with a bang, the newer likes of ‘The…

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What’s in a name? Absolutely nothing in this case, as the title doesn’t have anything to do with the song. It seems Lord Grohl just wanted to take a shot…

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It’s a cliché, but Dave Grohl really is rock’s nicest man. This writer has met him only once, at a festival, for a total of 73 seconds, but the rest…

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It’s 10 whole years since the most vital Foo Fighters album, ‘The Colour And The Shape’, hit the shelves. How do we know this? Because they’ve just re-released the damn…

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Ten years after Foo Fighters’ second record, this month’s re-release of ‘The Colour And The Shape’ represents the moment Dave Grohl established himself as a musical talent that didn’t end…

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Live albums occupy a strange place in record collections. A few, like The Who’s ‘Live At Leeds’, capture a moment so vital they encapsulate a band’s very soul. Most, with…

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