Led Zeppelin Collaboration With Foo Fighters Makes DVD

The Foos Wembley Stadium shows is released next month

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Foo Fighters are to release a live DVD of their Wembley Stadium shows which took place last month, and featured a surprise collaboration with Led Zeppelin‘s Jimmy Page and John Paul Jones.

The 18 track live DVD is culled from the Foo Fighters’ two nights, playing in the ’round’ of the stadium on June 7 and 8, and the collaboration on the second night saw the band, Page and Jones perform Led Zep classics “Rock and Roll” and “Ramble On”.

The collaboration was Zeppelin’s first appearance since the band played a one-off gig in December 2007.

Grohl told the crowd on the night: “We are going to do something special tonight that we have never done before. Tonight will be the show we are talking about for the next 20 years.”

As the show closed Grohl, was visibly overcome with emotion as he told the crowd: “Welcome to the greatest day of my whole entire life.”

‘Foo Fighters: Live At Wembley Stadium’ will be released on August 23. The full track listing is:

‘The Pretender’
‘Times Like These’
‘No Way Back’
‘Cheer Up, Boys (Your Make Up Is Running)’
‘Learn To Fly’
‘Long Road To Ruin’
‘Breakout’
‘Stacked Actors’
‘Skin And Bones’
‘Marigold’
‘My Hero’
‘Cold Day In The Sun’
‘Everlong’
‘Monkey Wrench’
‘All My Life’
‘Rock And Roll’
‘Ramble On’
‘Best Of You’


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