<h5>Foo Fighters "Songs From The Laundry Room" Tracklist</h5>
<blockquote>1. "Alone + Easy Target" (Demo)
2. "Big Me" (Demo)
3. "Kids In America" (Kim Wilde cover)
4. "Empty Handed"</blockquote>
On Saturday, the Foo Fighters released a 10-inch vinyl titled Songs From The Laundry Room. The recording features previously unreleased demos of "Alone + Easy Target," "Big Me," a cover of Kim Wilde’s "Kids in America," and a track titled "Empty Handed" that has never seen the light of day. The tracks were recorded between 1991 and 1993 (while Dave Grohl was still the drummer for Nirvana) at Barrett Jones' studio in Seattle, WA. You can listen to the complete EP above via YouTube.
"Alone + Easy Target" has a relaxed grunge feel that could be mistaken for a Nirvana song. "Big Me" has a more raw sound to it than the finished version found on the band's debut album. "Kids In America" is transformed from a new wave classic into a fast-paced rocker, and "Empty Handed" is nearly two minutes of Grohl's relentless drumming, guitar, and vocals.
Songs From The Laundry Room is currently available on Amazon (Vinyl).
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