Robert Lang Studios

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Robert Lang Studios
Number of locations
Shoreline, Washington, United States
Services Recording studio
Website Official website

Robert Lang Studios is a recording studio in Shoreline, Washington, United States, 12 miles north of Seattle. Numerous bands have recorded at Robert Lang Studios including Alice in Chains, Candlebox, Bush, and Foo Fighters.

In late January 1994, Nirvana recorded their last known studio recording at Robert Lang Studios. It was at this session that "You Know You're Right" was recorded. This was also the same studio that Dave Grohl, formerly of Nirvana, recorded the Foo Fighters' debut album and "February Stars". "February Stars" was included on their second album The Colour and the Shape (although not the same recording).[1] The Foo Fighters would return to the studio in 2014, showcasing it upon the penultimate episode of their 2014 HBO rockumentary mini-series Foo Fighters Sonic Highways. Within the episode, it shows the band recording the song "Subterranean", which was later included upon the mini-series's companion album, Sonic Highways. In 2016, the studio was converted into an academy for young and aspiring musicians. [2]


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Coordinates: 47°46′12″N 122°23′10″W / 47.77010°N 122.38604°W / 47.77010; -122.38604