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Check Out: Unreleased Foo Fighters Million Dollar Demo tracks

on May 09, 2012, 4:50pm

fooonebyone Check Out: Unreleased Foo Fighters Million Dollar Demo tracks

There was a lot of drama behind Foo Fighters’ fourth studio LP, One by One. Prior to its release in 2002, the band experienced plenty of behind-the-scenes turmoil whilst recording, and at one point they almost broke up. The album would go on to be recorded twice, with the original recordings – dubbed the Million Dollar Demo – scrapped and locked away. Now, as Grunge Report points out, rough recordings from the discarded release have popped online, including two full tracks “Have It All” and “Come Back”. For a peek into the album-that-was-but-here’s-a-different-recording-of-it, check out the tracks below.

“Have It All”:

“Come Back”:


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D A405
May 11, 2012 at 3:27 am

The Million Dollar Demos sound better, both the ones that have leaked partally/fully and the songs that were put out at as B-Sides.

May 10, 2012 at 9:40 am

hmmm, ive seen the Foo Fighters Back & Forth movie, and i have to say, these demos prove the fight they had making one by one. And it all costet millions of dollars but it doesnt sound as good as the other albums. You can hear the rage and sleepless night they all had. Luckily thinks got better and now one by one is a great album. 

May 10, 2012 at 7:57 am

“Come Back” is so-so- but “Have It All” should be on a Foo album some day,it has the Dave quality to be a great hit for the band.

May 9, 2012 at 5:55 pm

One by One is by far the weakest album in the Foo Fighters catalog, other than Times Like These and All My Life the rest of the album sounds terribly forced. That being said, I think I like this version of “Come Back” better than the album version. The two songs sound totally different, and thankfully this one doesn’t include a long unnecessary breakdown and doesn’t stretch on for almost 8 minutes.

May 9, 2012 at 11:37 pm

Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace wasn’t that good. 


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