List of songs recorded by Foo Fighters

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This is a list of songs recorded by American alternative rock band Foo Fighters.

Released songs[edit]

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Original compositions[edit]

Key
Song released as a single Indicates single release
Song released as a promotional single Indicates promotional single release
Song Release (s) Producer Notes
"A320" Godzilla: The Album Foo Fighters Featuring Benmont Tench and Petra Haden
"Ain't It the Life" There Is Nothing Left to Lose Adam Kasper, Foo Fighters
"All My Life"dagger One by One Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters
"Alone + Easy Target"double-dagger Foo Fighters Barrett Jones, Dave Grohl
"Another Round" In Your Honor Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters Featuring John Paul Jones and Danny Clinch
"Arlandria"dagger Wasting Light Butch Vig
"Aurora" There Is Nothing Left to Lose Adam Kasper, Foo Fighters
"Back & Forth" Wasting Light Butch Vig Featuring Butch Vig
"Ballad of the Beaconsfield Miners" Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace Gil Norton Featuring Kaki King
"Bangin'" "The Pretender" single (Vinyl) Gil Norton
"Best of You" dagger In Your Honor Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters
"Better Off" Wasting Light (deluxe version) Butch Vig
"Big Me" dagger Foo Fighters Barrett Jones, Dave Grohl
"Breakout" dagger There Is Nothing Left to Lose Adam Kasper, Foo Fighters
"Bridge Burning" double-dagger Wasting Light Butch Vig
"Burn Away" One by One Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters
"But, Honestly" Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace Gil Norton
"Cheer Up, Boys (Your Make Up Is Running)" dagger Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace Gil Norton
"Cold Day in the Sun" dagger In Your Honor Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters Drummer Taylor Hawkins sings lead
"The Colour and the Shape" The Colour and the Shape (French limited edition, iTunes edition & 10th anniversary edition)
"Monkey Wrench" single (CD1 & Vinyl)
Gil Norton
"Come Alive" Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace Gil Norton
"Come Back" One by One Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters
"Congregation" Sonic Highways Butch Vig, Foo Fighters Featuring Zac Brown
"Dear Lover" The Colour and the Shape (10th anniversary edition)
"My Hero" single (UK & Australian editions)
Scream 2 soundtrack
Gil Norton
"Dear Rosemary" Wasting Light Butch Vig Featuring Bob Mould
"The Deepest Blues Are Black" In Your Honor Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters
"Disenchanted Lullaby" One by One Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters
"DOA" dagger In Your Honor Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters
"Doll" The Colour and the Shape Gil Norton
"End Over End" In Your Honor Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters
"Enough Space" The Colour and the Shape Gil Norton
"Erase/Replace" Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace Gil Norton
"Everlong" dagger The Colour and the Shape Gil Norton
"Exhausted" double-dagger Foo Fighters Barret Jones, Dave Grohl
"The Feast and the Famine" Sonic Highways Butch Vig, Foo Fighters Featuring Pete Stahl and Skeeter Thompson
"February Stars" The Colour and the Shape Gil Norton
"FFL" "Best of You" single (CD2)
Five Songs and a Cover
Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters
"Floaty" Foo Fighters Barret Jones, Dave Grohl
"For All the Cows" dagger Foo Fighters Barret Jones, Dave Grohl
"Fraternity" "Generator" single (European & 7 Inch versions)
There Is Nothing Left to Lose (Australian/Japanese edition)
Adam Kasper, Foo Fighters
"Free Me" In Your Honor Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters
"Friend of a Friend" In Your Honor Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters Previously recorded by Grohl on Pocketwatch; also played in the BBC on 30 April 1997 before receiving a studio version
"Generator" dagger There Is Nothing Left to Lose Adam Kasper, Foo Fighters
"Gimme Stitches" There Is Nothing Left to Lose Adam Kasper, Foo Fighters
"Good Grief" Foo Fighters Barret Jones, Dave Grohl
"Halo" One by One Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters
"Have It All" dagger One by One Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters
"Headwires" There Is Nothing Left to Lose Adam Kasper, Foo Fighters
"Hell" In Your Honor Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters
"Hey, Johnny Park!" The Colour and the Shape Gil Norton
"Home" Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace Gil Norton
"How I Miss You" Foo Fighters (Special Oz Tour Edition)
"Winnebago" single
"I'll Stick Around" single
"Big Me" single
Barrett Jones, Dave Grohl Featuring Lisa Grohl[1] and Mike Nelson
"I am a River" Sonic Highways Butch Vig, Foo Fighters Featuring Kristeen Young and the Los Angeles Youth Orchestra
"I Should Have Known" Wasting Light Butch Vig Featuring Krist Novoselic, Rami Jaffee, and Jessy Greene
"I'll Stick Around" dagger Foo Fighters Barret Jones, Dave Grohl
"If Ever" "The Pretender" (2-track CD & Maxi CD)
"Let It Die" (digital EP)
Gil Norton
"In the Clear" Sonic Highways Butch Vig, Foo Fighters Featuring the Preservation Hall Jazz Band
"The Last Song" In Your Honor Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters
"Learn to Fly" dagger There Is Nothing Left to Lose Adam Kasper, Foo Fighters
"Let It Die" dagger Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace Gil Norton
"Live-In Skin" There Is Nothing Left to Lose Adam Kasper, Foo Fighters
"Lonely as You" One by One Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters
"Long Road to Ruin" dagger Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace Gil Norton
"Low" dagger One by One Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters
"Make a Bet" "Learn to Fly" (CD2)
"Next Year" EP
Gil Norton Later rerecorded as "Win or Lose"
"Marigold" Skin and Bones Gil Norton Previously recorded by Grohl with Late! and Nirvana; recorded on August 2006 at Pantages Theatre
"A Matter of Time" Wasting Light Butch Vig
"Miracle" double-dagger In Your Honor Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters Featuring John Paul Jones and Petra Haden
"Miss the Misery" Wasting Light Butch Vig Featuring Fee Waybill
"Monkey Wrench" dagger The Colour and the Shape Gil Norton
"My Hero" dagger The Colour and the Shape Gil Norton
"My Poor Brain" The Colour and the Shape Gil Norton
"M.I.A." There Is Nothing Left to Lose Adam Kasper, Foo Fighters
"New Way Home" The Colour and the Shape Gil Norton
"Next Year" dagger There Is Nothing Left to Lose Adam Kasper, Foo Fighters
"Normal" "Times Like These" single (CD2) & EP Foo Fighters, Adam Kasper
"No Way Back" dagger In Your Honor Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters
"Oh, George" Foo Fighters Barret Jones, Dave Grohl
"The One" dagger Orange County soundtrack
"All My Life" single (CD2)
"Times Like These" EP
One by One (Limited Edition Bonus DVD)
Foo Fighters, Adam Kasper
"On the Mend" In Your Honor Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters
"Once & for All" (Demo) Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace (Japanese & UK editions) Foo Fighters
"Outside" Sonic Highways Butch Vig, Foo Fighters Featuring Joe Walsh and Chris Goss
"Overdrive" One by One Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters
"Over and Out" In Your Honor Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters
"Podunk" Foo Fighters (Special Oz Tour Edition)
"This Is a Call" single
"Winnebago" single
"Big Me" single
Barrett Jones, Dave Grohl
"The Pretender" dagger Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace Gil Norton
"Razor" In Your Honor Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters Featuring Josh Homme
"Resolve" dagger In Your Honor Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters
"Rope" dagger Wasting Light Butch Vig
"Seda" Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace (Japanese & iTunes edition)
"Long Road to Ruin" single (2-track CD)
Gil Norton
"See You" The Colour and the Shape Gil Norton Featuring Lance Bangs, Chris Bilheimer and Ryan Boesch
"Shake Your Blood" (Live at Hyde Park) Hyde Park Nick Raskulinecz Written by Dave Grohl and Lemmy; previously recorded by Grohl and Lemmy with Probot; recorded June 17, 2006 at Hyde Park in London; featuring Lemmy
"The Sign" In Your Honor (UK, Vinyl & iTunes editions) Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters
"Skin and Bones" "DOA" single (CD2)
Five Songs and a Cover
Skin and Bones
Greatest Hits
Foo Fighters
Gil Norton (live)
Recorded on 2005 at the T in the Park festival backstage; Skin and Bones version (featured on Greatest Hits) recorded on August 2006 at the Pantages Theater in Los Angeles
"Snoof" (live at the Spektrum) One by One (Special Norwegian Edition) Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters Grohl telling a story about Chewing tobacco, which he thinks is called "Snoof" in Norwegian; recorded on December 4, 2002 at the Oslo Spektrum
"Something from Nothing"dagger Sonic Highways Butch Vig, Foo Fighters Featuring Rick Nielsen
"Spill" "Best of You" single (7" vinyl) Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters
"Stacked Actors" dagger There Is Nothing Left to Lose Adam Kasper, Foo Fighters
"Statues" Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace Gil Norton
"Still" In Your Honor Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters
"Stranger Things Have Happened" Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace Gil Norton
"Subterranean" Sonic Highways Butch Vig, Foo Fighters Featuring Ben Gibbard and Barrett Jones
"Summer's End" double-dagger Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace Gil Norton
"These Days" dagger Wasting Light Butch Vig
"This Is a Call" dagger Foo Fighters Barrett Jones, Dave Grohl
"Times Like These" dagger One by One Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters
"Tired of You" One by One Adam Kasper, Foo Fighters Featuring Brian May
"Up In Arms" The Colour and the Shape Gil Norton
"Virginia Moon" In Your Honor Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters Featuring Norah Jones
Walk" dagger Wasting Light Butch Vig
"Walking a Line" One by One (Special Limited Edition) Adam Kasper, Foo Fighters Featuring Krist Novoselic
"Walking After You" dagger The Colour and the Shape
The X-Files: The Album (single)
Gil Norton (album)
Jerry Harrison (single)
Album version features only Grohl, X-Files and single version is a full-band re-recording featuring Jerry Harrison and Craig Wedren
"Wattershed" Foo Fighters Barrett Jones, Dave Grohl
"Weenie Beenie" Foo Fighters Barrett Jones, Dave Grohl
"What Did I Do?/God As My Witness" Sonic Highways Butch Vig, Foo Fighters Featuring Gary Clark, Jr.
"What If I Do?" In Your Honor Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters
"Wheels" dagger Greatest Hits Butch Vig, Foo Fighters
"White Limo"[2] double-dagger Wasting Light Butch Vig
"Win or Lose" "The One" single
Out Cold soundtrack
"All My Life" single (CD1)
Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters Rerecording of "Make a Bet"
"Wind Up" The Colour and the Shape Gil Norton
"Winnebago" double-dagger Foo Fighters (Special Oz Tour Edition)
"Exhausted" single
"This Is a Call" single
"Big Me" single
Barrett Jones, Dave Grohl Written by Dave Grohl and Geoff Turner; previously recorded by Grohl with Late!
"Word Forward"[3] double-dagger "Wheels" single
Greatest Hits
Butch Vig, Foo Fighters
"World" (demo) Five Songs and a Cover
"Resolve" single (CD2)
Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters
"X-Static" Foo Fighters Barrett Jones, Dave Grohl Featuring Greg Dulli

Cover versions[edit]

Song Release (s) Original artist Writer(s) Notes
"Bad Reputation" Medium Rare Thin Lizzy Brian Downey, Scott Gorham and Phil Lynott
"Baker Street" (BBC sessions)double-dagger[4] "Requiem" single
"My Hero" single (UK & Japanese editions)
"Next Year" single (CD2)
The Colour and the Shape (Australian tour pack, Limited edition European bonus EP & 10th anniversary edition)
Medium Rare
Gerry Rafferty Gerry Rafferty Recorded on April 30, 1997 at Maida Vale Studios in London for The Evening Session
"Band on the Run" "Cheer Up, Boys (Your Make Up Is Running)" single, Medium Rare and Radio 1 Established 1967 Wings Paul and Linda McCartney Recorded for BBC Radio 1 Rock Show
"Born on the Bayou" "Resolve" single (CD2) Creedence Clearwater Revival John Fogerty
"Danny Says" One by One (Special Limited Edition)
"All My Life" single (CD2)
Medium Rare
Ramones Douglas Colvin, Jeffry Hyman and John Cummings Featuring Gregg Bissonette; guitarist Chris Shiflett sings lead
"Darling Nikki" double-dagger[5] "Have It All" single
Medium Rare (Vinyl)
Prince and The Revolution Prince
"Down in the Park" double-dagger[6] Songs in the Key of X
The Colour and the Shape (Australian tour pack, Limited edition european bonus EP & 10th anniversary edition)
"Requiem" single
"Monkey Wrench" single (CD2)
"Everlong" single (Australian limited edition)
"My Hero" single (Japanese edition)
Gary Numan and the Tubeway Army Gary Numan Misspelled on single as "Down in the Dark"; only four copies were pressed
"Drive Me Wild" (BBC sessions) The Colour and the Shape (Australian tour pack, Limited edition european bonus EP & 10th anniversary edition)
"Requiem" single
"Everlong" single (CD1)
"My Hero" single (Japanese edition)
Vanity 6 Prince Recorded on April 30th, 1997 at Maida Vale Studios in London for The Evening Session
"Gas Chamber" "Big Me" single
Medium Rare
Rock Against Bush, Vol. 2
Angry Samoans Mike Saunders and Gregg Turner Version present in the Big Me single and Medium Rare is the BBC sessions version, recorded on 23 November 1995
"Have a Cigar" Mission: Impossible II soundtrack
"Learn to Fly" single
"Next Year" EP
Greatest Hits (Amazon.com version)
Medium Rare
Pink Floyd Roger Waters Featuring Brian May; Drummer Taylor Hawkins sings lead
"Hallo Spaceboy" (live at David Bowie's 50th Birthday Bash)[7] Birthday Celebration David Bowie David Bowie, Brian Eno and Reeves Gabrels Recorded on 8 January 1997 at Madison Square Garden with Bowie, Mike Garson, Gabrels, Zachary Alford and Gail Ann Dorsey; Bowie and his band played "Seven Years in Tibet" with Grohl after finishing Hallo Spaceboy.
"Hocus Pocus" (Live at Wembley Stadium) Live at Wembley Stadium Focus Jan Akkerman and Thijs van Leer Recorded on June 7, 2008 at Wembley Stadium in London, played with "Stacked Actors" as its lead-in
"Holiday in Cambodia" (live at VMAs) "Long Road to Ruin" single (Vinyl) Dead Kennedys Jello Biafra and John Greenway Recorded on September 9, 2007 at the Hot Pink Suite of the Palms Casino Resort during the 2007 MTV Video Music Awards; featuring Serj Tankian
"I Feel Free" "DOA" single (CD1 & CD2)
Five Songs and a Cover
Cream Jack Bruce and Pete Brown Drummer Taylor Hawkins sings lead
"I'm in Love with a German Film Star" "Best of You" single (CD1) The Passions Barbara Gogan, Clive Timperley, David Wardill and Richard Williams
"Iron and Stone" "Learn to Fly" single (CD1)
"Breakout" (CD1 & Japanese version)
The Obsessed The Obsessed
"Keep the Car Running" (live at Concorde 2)[8] double-dagger Long Road to Ruin (Maxi CD)
"Let It Die" (digital EP)
Arcade Fire Arcade Fire Recorded on August 17, 2007 at the Concorde 2 in London
"Kiss the Bottle" "Best of You" (CD2) Jawbreaker Blake Schwarzenbach, Chris Bauermeister and Adam Pfahler Guitarist Chris Shiflett sings lead
"Life of Illusion" One by One (Special Limited Edition)
"Times Like These" single (CD1 & Vinyl) & EP
Joe Walsh Joe Walsh and Kenny Passarelli Drummer Taylor Hawkins sings lead
"Never Talking to You Again" (live at Colour Line Arena) "Low" single (UK CD1, Australian version & 7 Inch)
Medium Rare
Hüsker Dü Grant Hart Recorded on December 1, 2002 at the Colour Line Arena in Hamburg, Germany
"Ozone" Foo Fighters (Special Oz Tour Edition)
"Winnebago" single
"I'll Stick Around" single
"For All the Cows" single
"Big Me" single
Ace Frehley Ace Frehley
"Planet Claire" (live at The Supper Club) "Times Like These" single (CD1) & EP The B-52's Fred Schneider and Keith Strickland Recorded on October 31, 2002 at The Supper Club in New York City; featuring Fred Schneider
"Ramble On" (Live at Wembley Stadium) Live at Wembley Stadium Led Zeppelin Jimmy Page and Robert Plant Recorded on June 7, 2008 at Wembley Stadium in London; featuring Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones
"Requiem" (BBC sessions)double-dagger The Colour and the Shape (Australian tour pack, Limited edition European bonus EP & 10th anniversary edition)
"Everlong" single (CD2)
"My Hero" single (Japanese edition)
Killing Joke Jaz Coleman Recorded on April 30, 1997 at Maida Vale Studios in London for The Evening Session
"Rock and Roll" (Live at Wembley Stadium) Live at Wembley Stadium Led Zeppelin Jimmy Page, Robert Plant, John Paul Jones and John Bonham Recorded on June 7, 2008 at Wembley Stadium in London; featuring Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones; Taylor Hawkins sings lead
"Sister Europe" One by One (Special Limited Edition)
"All My Life" single (CD1, 7 Inch & Japanese edition)
Psychedelic Furs Tim Butler, Richard Butler, Nicholas Morris, Paul Davey, James Kilburn, John Ashton, Vince Ely, Duncan Kilburn, Roger Morris
"This Will Be Our Year" Medium Rare The Zombies Chris White
"Tie Your Mother Down" (Live at Hyde Park) Hyde Park Queen Brian May Recorded June 17, 2006 at Hyde Park in London; featuring Brian May and Roger Taylor; Taylor Hawkins sings lead
"Young Man Blues" (live at Rock Honors) Medium Rare Mose Allison Mose Allison Recorded on July 12, 2008 at the Pauley Pavilion during the VH1 Rock Honors 2008

Unreleased tracks[edit]

Song Composer Producer Sessions Notes
"7 Corners" Dave Grohl, Nate Mendel and Taylor Hawkins Adam Kasper, Foo Fighters There Is Nothing Left to Lose 7 Corners has been used as a working title for other songs
"867-5309/Jenny" Alex Call and Jim Keller Rockline Tommy Tutone cover; recorded on March 20, 2000 in Hollywood
"Baby Hold On" Jimmy Lyon, Eddie Money Adam Kasper, Foo Fighters There Is Nothing Left to Lose B-Sides Eddie Money cover; recorded on February 2000, meant to be used as a B-side in one of the then upcoming singles for There Is Nothing Left to Lose; part of the song was played acoustically for the radio program Rockline
"Back In Treatment" Dave Grohl Barrett Jones May 1992-1993
"Bells" Dave Grohl, Nate Mendel, Taylor Hawkins and Chris Shiflett Gil Norton Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace
"Blackbird" Paul McCartney Rockline The Beatles cover; recorded on March 20, 2000 in Hollywood
"Butterflies" (Also Known As "Red Pellet Guns" and "Not A Fool") Dave Grohl Dave Grohl and Barrett Jones; Barrett Jones May 1992-1993
Foo Fighters
Songs in the Key of X
Two versions were recorded on the Foo Fighters and Songs in the Key of X sessions, but neither were released.[1]
"Fuck Around" Dave Grohl, Nate Mendel and Taylor Hawkins Adam Kasper, Foo Fighters There Is Nothing Left to Lose
"I Predict a Riot" Ricky Wilson, Andrew White, Simon Rix, Nicholas M. Baines, and Nick Hodgson BBC Kaiser Chiefs cover; recorded in August 23, 2005 at the Maida Vale Studios in London for The Jo Whiley Show
"I'm Alone Again" Dave Grohl, Pat Smear, Nate Mendel and William Goldsmith Barrett Jones Songs in the Key of X
"In Silence" Dave Grohl, Nate Mendel, Taylor Hawkins and Chris Shiflett Gil Norton Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace
"Invisible Sun" Sting Adam Kasper, Foo Fighters There Is Nothing Left to Lose B-Sides The Police cover; recorded on February 2000, meant to be used as a B-side in one of the then upcoming singles for "There Is Nothing Left to Lose"
"Jet" Paul McCartney and Linda McCartney Adam Kasper, Foo Fighters There Is Nothing Left to Lose B-Sides Wings cover; Recorded on February 2000, meant to be used on a tribute album to Paul McCartney.
"Keep It Clean" Dave Grohl, Nate Mendel, Taylor Hawkins, Chris Shiflett and Pat Smear Foo Fighters 2011 Recorded on Art Farm Studios in Drabenderhöhe, Wiehl, Germany. Featuring Rami Jaffee.[9] Used for the "Hot Buns" video promoting the Wasting Light tour, and played in Kansas City, Missouri as a protest against the Westboro Baptist Church.[10] The studio recording can be found on the Foo Fighters website under 'Foo Fighters FM' on station 94.1.
"Kids in America" Marty Wilde and Ricky Wilde Barrett Jones May 1992-1993 Kim Wilde cover
"Knucklehead" Dave Grohl, Nate Mendel, Taylor Hawkins and Chris Shiflett Adam Kasper One by One Recorded during the One by One sessions with Brian May[11]
"Lonely Boy" Andrew Gold Adam Kasper, Foo Fighters There Is Nothing Left to Lose B-Sides Andrew Gold cover; Recorded on February 2000, meant to be used as a B-side in one of the then upcoming singles for There Is Nothing Left to Lose
"Lyla" Noel Gallagher BBC Oasis cover; recorded in August 23, 2005 at the Maida Vale Studios in London for The Jo Whiley Show
"Sognare ancora" Dave Grohl, Taylor Hawkins and Vasco Rossi Saverio Principini Unreleased (2014)
"Mountain Of You" Dave Grohl Barrett Jones May 1992-1993
"That Ass" Dave Grohl, Nate Mendel, Taylor Hawkins and Chris Shiflett Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters In Your Honor
"Try Me On" Dave Grohl, Nate Mendel and Taylor Hawkins Adam Kasper, Foo Fighters There Is Nothing Left to Lose
"Watter-Fred" Dave Grohl Rockline Acoustic version of "Wattershed" performed on March 18, 1996 at the Clatter And Din Studios in Seattle for the Rockline program that tells a story about going to Vancouver in the voice of Fred Schneider
"With Arms Wide Open" Scott Stapp, Mark Tremonti and Dave Grohl KRock Creed cover; recorded on November 13, 2000 in New York; Grohl re-wrote most of the lyrics and emphasised his voice, trying to mimic Stapp's voice
"What I'm About" Dave Grohl Barrett Jones May 1992-1993

Live Songs[edit]

Song Notes
Chicken Derby Early version of "My Poor Brain".
Damn You Damn Everyone Played live once, written during the band's 1998 East Coast USA Tour.
Double Drum Intro A part of the song can be heard in the beginning of the studio version of "My Hero".
Gun Beside My Bed Early version of "Overdrive", played live once.

Covers[edit]

Song Original artist Writer(s) Notes
"Ace of Spades" Motörhead Lemmy, Phil "Philthy Animal" Taylor, Eddie Clarke Played live once, featured Phil Campbell on guitar.
"Ain't Talkin' 'bout Love" Van Halen Alex Van Halen, Eddie Van Halen, David Lee Roth, Michael Anthony
"Back in Black" AC/DC Angus Young, Malcolm Young and Brian Johnson Played live once, featured Jack Black on vocals.
"Bad Reputation" Joan Jett and the Blackhearts Joan Jett, Ritchie Cordell, Kenny Laguna and Marty Joe Kupersmith Featured Joan Jett on vocals and guitar.
"Bargain" The Who Pete Townshend 2007 VMAs show featured Gaz Coombes on vocals.
"Breakdown" Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers Tom Petty
"Bridge of Sighs" Robin Trower Robin Trower Played live twice.
"Bullet with Butterfly Wings" The Smashing Pumpkins Billy Corgan
"Cactus" Pixies Black Francis Played live once, first verse only due to Grohl not remembering the rest of the song.
"Carry On Wayward Son" Kansas Kerry Livgren Played live twice, both versions featured someone else on vocals because Grohl didn't know the lyrics.
"Communication Breakdown" Led Zeppelin John Bonham, John Paul Jones and Jimmy Page Memorial Stadium show featured Krist Novoselic on bass and Barrett Jones on vocals.
"Custard Pie" Led Zeppelin Jimmy Page and Robert Plant
"Feel Good Hit of the Summer" Queens of the Stone Age Josh Homme and Nick Oliveri
"Freedom Of '76" Ween Ween Played live once; featured Gene Ween on vocals.
"Head over Heels" Tears for Fears Roland Orzabal, Curt Smith Played live once.
"Hot in Herre" Nelly Nelly, Pharrell Williams, Chad Hugo, Chuck Brown
"I Love Rock 'n' Roll" Arrows Alan Merrill and Jake Hooker Featured Joan Jett on vocals.
"I'm Eighteen" Alice Cooper Alice Cooper, Michael Bruce, Glen Buxton, Dennis Dunaway and Neal Smith 02/07/11 show featured Cooper on vocals
"In the Flesh?" Pink Floyd Roger Waters Taylor Hawkins sings lead.
"Insects Rule" Brendan Benson Brendan Benson and Jason Falkner Played live twice
"Lovin', Touchin', Squeezin'" Journey Steve Perry Played live twice; both versions featured Craig Wedren on vocals.
"Message in a Bottle The Police Sting Played live twice.
"Nookie" Limp Bizkit Fred Durst, Sam Rivers, John Otto, Wes Borland Played live twice.
"Now I'm Here" Queen Brian May November 1999 show featured May and Roger Taylor.
"Purple Rain" Prince and The Revolution Prince First verse only; guitarist Pat Smear sang lead; Memorial Stadium show featured Krist Novoselic on bass.
"Satan's In The Manger" The Frogs Dennis Flemion and Jimmy Flemion
"School's Out" Alice Cooper Alice Cooper, Michael Bruce, Glen Buxton, Dennis Dunaway and Neal Smith 02/07/11 show featured Cooper on vocals.
"Sheer Heart Attack" Queen Roger Taylor 13/12/97 show featured Roger Taylor
"Tony's Theme" Pixies Black Francis Used to introduce "Good Grief" in live shows.
"Under Pressure" Queen and David Bowie David Bowie, Freddie Mercury, Brian May, Roger Taylor and John Deacon
"United States of Whatever" Liam Lynch Liam Lynch
"We Are the Champions" Queen Freddie Mercury Played with Queen + Paul Rodgers.
"We Will Rock You" Queen Brian May Played with Queen + Paul Rodgers.
"Young Man Blues" The Who Mose Allison

References[edit]