Now that Foo Fighters frontman Dave Grohl has introduced his 'Sound City' documentary to the world, the film's soundtrack has become available for streaming in full. Consisting of experimental collaborations with musical giants such as Paul McCartney, Trent Reznor, Corey Taylor and many more, the transfixing 11-track 'Sound City: Real to Reel' album is now yours to experience (listen below).
Debuted during the '12-12-12' benefit concert in December, 'Cut Me Some Slack' emerged as one of the most discussed collaborations in years. But once the novelty of Nirvana's surviving members playing together again with the legendary Paul McCartney on vocals wore off, there was still one hell of a rock song.
It would seem that with Foo Fighters on hiatus, we wouldn't be hearing much from them, but that's certainly not the case. Dave Grohl and the rest of the Foos rocked New York City last night (Feb. 13) as the primary backing band for the Sound City Players, a collection of acclaimed musicians who came together to celebrate Grohl's new documentary and the storied music studio that the film chronicles.
Dave Grohl may be the hardest working man in the world of rock. Along with his highly decorated careers with Nirvana, Foo Fighters, Queens of the Stone Age, Probot, Them Crooked Vultures and many others, Grohl recently premiered his 'Sound City' documentary at the Sundance Film Festival, with the film now available to see in select theaters. Taking on yet another project, Grohl collaborated with Washington, D.C., group RDGLDGRN to record the song 'I Love Lamp.'