Featuring special guests Interpol, Slowdive, Goldfrapp, Editors, and more.
Limited to just 500 copies.
The album was Grohl’s first with the Washington, DC punks.
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Reno-bred outfit have released over 10 albums since forming in 1980.
It boasts production from DJ Premier, Pete Rock, and Buckwild, as well as guest appearances by Pharoahe Monch and M.O.P.