Foo Fighters To Release Two New Tracks

Dave Grohl and co. to put out new material as part of Greatest Hits package

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Foo Fighters are to mark their fifteenth anniversary by releasing a career-spanning Greatest Hits collection – which will also feature two brand new tracks.

Set for release on November 3, simply titled Foo Fighters – Greatest Hits, the new tracks are called “Wheels” and “Word Forward”, both of which were made with Butch Vig.

Other tracks pencilled in for the collection include: “The Pretender,” “All My Life,” “Learn To Fly,” “Best Of You,” “Times Like These,” “My Hero” and “Everlong”.

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