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Foo Fighters Properly Release Some of Those Rare Songs from the Laundry Room [UPDATE]

UPDATE: Turns out that everything was released today. The following text has been updated to reflect that.

Long before the Foo Fighters were any sort of a thing, Dave Grohl recorded some solo material in a crappy studio. The results were dubbed Songs from the Laundry Room and remained (mostly) lost until this past Record Store Day when four tracks were released on a limited-edition 10-inch EP. All 4,000 copies were snapped up VERY quickly.

Now a mainstream release is out. Go here for a look/listen on iTunes. Spotify has it here.

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