by Paul Cashmere, Noise11
The Foo Fighters are planning on releasing their rare Songs From The Laundry Room EP as a mainstream release.
Songs From The Laundry Room is a four track EP originally released as a 10-inch vinyl for Record Store Day this year.
The EP featuring Foo Fighters cover of Kim Wilde’s Kids In America as well as the previously unreleased Empty Handed.
Alone + Easy Target was recorded as a demo by Grohl and originally pitched to Nirvana. Nirvana would jam on the song during soundchecks for the 1991 European tour. Grohl re-recorded the song in 1995 for the first Foo Fighters album.
Big Me was eventually released as a Foo Fighters song and was the fourth single from the debut album. Grohl wrote it when he was a member of Nirvana and, like Alone + Easy Target. had played it to Kurt Cobain
The tracks on Songs From The Laundry Room are:
- Alone + Easy Target (recorded February 18, 1991)
- Big Me (recorded March 1994)
- Kids In America (recorded on February 16, 1991)
- Empty Handed (recorded in 1992)
All songs except Kids In America were written by Dave Grohl.