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Listen To An Unheard Song From Dave Grohl’s Early Band, Mission Impossible

It’s called Now I’m Alone.

Photo: Tom Barnes

Ahead of the release of the upcoming Salad Days: A Decade Of Punk In Washington, D.C. documentary, a song from Dave Grohl’s early days has emerged, courtesy of Rolling Stone.

The Foo Fighters/Nirvana legend plays drums on Mission Impossible’s 1985 track, titled Now I’m Alone. “Mission Impossible were a phenomenal, albeit short-lived, live band,” Salad Days filmmaker Scott Crawford says. “I went to several of their practices in Virginia and just sat back and watch them go nuts. They were all superb musicians and watching Dave behind the drum kit was always a thrill.”

Check it out below, and see more info on Salad Days over here.

Catch Foo Fighters live at the following dates next year:

June

18 Pula, Croatia – Pula Arena
25 Horsens, Denmark – Faengslet
27 Bergen, Norway – Koengen Fortress

August

17 Glasgow Bellahouston Park – Summer Sessions
19 Belfast, Northern Ireland – Vital Festival
21 Dublin, Ireland – RDS Arena
23-25 Reading & Leeds Festivals

Posted on November 22nd 2018, 11:00am
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