FOO DICTIONARY

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A320 - Track the Foo Fighters contributed to the Godzilla Soundtrack. It is track number 9, it was written and produced by the Foo Fighters at Sound City Studios in Van Nyes, California. Petra Hayden playes violin and Benmont Tench plays Organ.

About a Girl - Nirvana song which Dave supposedly recorded at Laundry Room Studios on a Rainy Day with Barrett Jones.

Ain't It The Life - Track number 10 on There Is Nothing Left To Lose. Written by the Foo Fighters and Recorded at Studio 606 in Virginia.

All About The Benjamins [Rock Remix] - Sean "Puffy" Combs song which Dave helped to rewrite as a rock song. It appears on Puffy's Been Around the World Single. Written and Produced by Sean Combs and Dave Grohl.

All My Life - Track 1 and the first single off the Foo Fighters fourth album One By One. Recorded at Studio 606 in Virginia. Written and recorded by the Foo Fighters.

Alone + Easy Target - Track number 4 on the self titled debut. Recorded by Dave Grohl at the Laundry Room Studios in Seattle, WA and produced by Barett Jones. It was later released as a promo. It was also recorded at the BBC on 11/16/95 which is a very good recording. Written by Dave Grohl.

Angry Samoans, The - 80's punk rock band who did the original version of Gas Chamber. The Foo's covered this song at the 1995 BBC Session and Dave recorded it while doing the first album. See also Gas Chamber.

August Murry Theme - Track number 2 on the Touch Soundtrack. Written and Recorded by Dave Grohl.

Aurora - Track number 6 on There Is Nothing Left To Lose. Written by the Foo Fighters and Recorded at Studio 606 in Virginia.

Backbeat Soundtrack - Soundtrack for the movie backbeat on which Dave plays drums on all tracks. He doesn't sing however. The backbeat band appeared once on the mtv movie awards with Dave on drums. Also in the band were Thurston Moore, Greg Dulli, Mike Mills, and Dave Pirner.

Baker Street - Gerry Rafferty song which the Foo Fighters covered at Maida Vale Studios for their 1997 BBC Session. Also appeared on Come Again a compilation of EMI Artists and various singles.

Big Me - Track number 3 on the Foo Fighters self Titled debut. Recorded by Dave Grohl at the Laundry Room Studios in Seattle, WA and produced by Barett Jones. Released as a single during 1996. Written by Dave Grohl. There was that "mentos" video for this song which was directed by Jesse Peretz. See also Mentos and Peretz, Jesse.

Bob Lang's Studios - Recording Studio where the Foo Fighters recorded the Down in the Park Session. They recorded 5 songs, the only one that was released was down in the park which is on the X-files tv soundtrack. This session was from 1/24/96 - 1/26/96.

Brandt, Gus - Gus is basically the man. He manages the Foo while they are on the road. He also has a t-shirt in his honor you can buy at The Store!

Breakout - Track number 2 on There Is Nothing Left To Lose. Written by the Foo Fighters and Recorded at Studio 606 in Virginia. The video was filmed at a drive-in movie theater near San Bernadino, CA.

Bruce - Track number 9 off Pocketwatch Demos. It is an instrumental.

Burn Away - Track 10 off One By One. Recorded at Studio 606 in Virginia. Written and recorded by the Foo Fighters.

Butterflies - Unreleased song which slipped through the cracks. It was first recorded by Dave at the Laundry Room Studios for the first album but never made the cut. It was recorded again at Bob Lang's Studios with the whole band in January 1996 however they were not satisfied with the outcome. The song has been played live many times, however mostly in 1995/1996. Written by Dave Grohl.

Cactus - Pixies song which Dave jammed on during the show on 2/10/98. He did the first verse and then stopped cause he didn't know anymore.

Capitol Records - The Foo Fighters major label Record company. They signed the Foo Fighters back in 1995 after they heard Dave's demo tape. The Foo Fighters left Capital Records before recording There Is Nothing Left To Lose.

Carry On My Wayward Son - Kansas cover which was played live two times in July of 1997. The first time was on 7/5/97 the second on 7/18/97. Both times Dave pulled someone else on the stage to sing because he didn't know the words.

Castle, Gerald - Director of the I'll Stick Around video. Former member of Devo, that 80's supergroup :).

Chicken Derby - Early title for My Poor Brain which later appeared on The Colour and The Shape. First played on 4/3/96 in Toronto. See also My Poor Brain.

Cobain, Kurt - Singer/Guitarist/Songwriter for Nirvana. Influenced Dave's (and basically everyone elses) writing style.

Coloured Pictures of A Marigold - Track number 6 on Dave's Pocketwatch Demos. Written by Dave Grohl. See Also Marigold.

Comeback - Track 11 off One By One. Recorded at Studio 606 in Virginia. Written and recorded by the Foo Fighters.

Damn You Damn Everyone - New song written during the 1998 East Coast USA Tour. It was debuted at Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel in Providence, RI, on 5/13/98. However it was only played once. Only time will tell if we see this song again. Written by the Foo Fighters.

Danny Says - Ramones cover that was recorded during the One By One sessions. Features Chris Shiflett on vocals.

Darling Nikki - Prince song recorded by the band during the One By One sessions.

Dear Lover - Foo Fighters contribution to the Scream 2 soundtrack. It was recorded during The Colour and The Shape Sessions. Produced by Gil Norton. Written by Dave Grohl.

Disenchanted Lullaby - Track 5 off One By One. Recorded at Studio 606 in Virginia. Written and recorded by the Foo Fighters.

Doe, John - Lead singer from the band "X" who helped write and sing a song on the Touch Soundtrack.

Doll - First track on The Colour and The Shape. William Goldsmith plays drums on this track. Recorded at Bear Creek Studios in Woodinville, WA. Produced by Gil Norton. Written by Dave Grohl/Foo Fighters.

Double Drum Intro - Also called intro. During the 1997 Tour Dave and Taylor would start off the show doing a drum off (both of them on drums) to a jam. It was quite the site, I recommend getting a video with it on it. Now, you can catch a taste of this in the beginning of "My Hero", but with Dave just guesting on Taylor's floor drum or timpani.

Down In The Park - A Gary Numan cover which was the foo fighters contribution to Songs In The Key Of X: The X-Files TV Soundtrack. Recorded at Bob Lang's Studios in January 1996.

Drive Me Wild - Vanity 6 cover song recorded live at Maida Viale Studios for the 1997 BBC Session. Also released as a b-side to various singles from The Colour and the Shape.

Dulli, Greg - Member of the Afghan Whigs who played a guitar part on X-Static. The only musician besides Dave Grohl to contribute to the Foo Fighters Self-Titled debut.

Enough Space - Track number 9 on The Colour and The Shape. Written by Dave Grohl. Recorded at Grand Master Studios in Hollywood, CA. Produced by Gil Norton.

Everlong - Track number 11 on The Colour and The Shape. Recorded at Grand Master Recorders, LTD., Hollywood, CA. Produced by Gil Norton. It was later released as a 2 part Single in the UK. Written by Dave Grohl. Second single/video off The Colour and The Shape which went over BIG with the MTV Crowd. The video was directed by Michael Gondry. See also Gondry, Michael.

Exhausted - Track number 12 on the Foo Fighters self titled debut. Recorded by Dave Grohl at Laundry Room Studios in Seattle, WA and produced by Barett Jones. Also a demo version of this song was played on Self Pollution Radio (01/08/94) by Eddie Vedder. Written by Dave Grohl.

February Stars - Track number 10 on The Colour and the Shape. Produced by Gil Norton. Written by Dave Grohl/Foo Fighters.

Final Miracle - Track number 12 on the Touch Soundtrack. Written and Recorded by Dave Grohl.

Floaty - Track number 6 on the Foo Fighters self titled debut. Written and Recorded by Dave Grohl. Produced by Barett Jones and Foo Fighters. Recorded at Laundry Room Studios, Seattle, WA. The band also recorded this at the 1995 BBC version.

Flober - Taylor Hawkins definition of when you fuck something up you pull a flober (example when you drop your drumstick in a chorus or something) he said it on the Foo Fighters Intimate and Interactive on much music.

Foo Fighters - World War II slang for UFO's. Also the name of the band, duh! Consisting of Dave Grohl (Vocals, Guitar), Nate Mendel (Bass), and Taylor Hawkins (Drums). However this was not the original lineup. The first lineup was Dave Grohl (Vocals, Guitars), Pat Smear (Guitar), William Goldsmith (Drums), and Nate Mendel (Bass). Pat was then replaced by Franz Stahl when he left the band. Then in 1999 Franz was replaced by Chris Shiflett. This term also happens to the the title of the First album on which Dave played all the drums except for one guitar part by Greg Dulli.

For All The Cows - Track 9 on the Foo Fighters Self Titled Release. Written by Dave Grohl and Produced by Barett Jones. Released as a Single.

Fraternity - Extra track added on the Aussie and Japan versions of There Is Nothing Left To Lose.

Freedom Of '76 - Ween song that was covered by Foo with the lead singer of ween on 5/2/96.

Frehley, Ace - Original writer of Ozone which the band covered. The guitar player from KISS.

Friend Of A Friend - Track number 3 on Dave's Pocketwatch Demos. Written and Recorded by Dave Grohl, produced by Barett Jones. This track was also rerecorded by the whole band at the 1997 BBC Session. The new version is available on Bootlegs.

Frogs, The - Band who originally wrote "Satans In The Manger". See also Satans in the manger.

Gas Chamber - Angry Samoans song which has been covered by the band many times. Dave recorded it in the initial album session, then the band recorded it at the BBC Session on 11/16/95. It has been done many times live and is always a crowd favorite. It also appears as a b-side to the Big Me Single and it was on Self Pollution Radio (Eddie Vedder).

GAS Entertainment - The Management firm for the Foo Fighters. Stands for "Gersh And Silva" who are partners. See Gersh, Gary and Silva, John.

Generator - Track number 5 on There Is Nothing Left To Lose. Written by the Foo Fighters and Recorded at Studio 606 in Virginia.

Germs, The - Pat Smear's former band which was started in the late 1970's.

Gersh, Gary - Other half of GAS Entertainment, the Foo Fighter's management. Also was instrumental in the signing of Nirvana to DGC records.

Gibson - Brand of Guitars that is favorable to Dave. He uses Gibson Explorers mostly while on tour, and also has a Trini Lopez. Dave smashed his Gibson RD Artist on 05.05.00 Pensacola, FL Civic Center right before the end of Stacked Actors.

Gimme Stitches - Track number 4 on There Is Nothing Left To Lose. Written by the Foo Fighters and Recorded at Studio 606 in Virginia.

Gods Look Down - Track that Dave wrote while in Scream. Recorded and put on the Scream album "Fumble".

Godzilla Soundtrack - Soundtrack to the movie Godzilla. The Foo Fighters contributed the track A320. See also A320.

Goldsmith, William - Former drummer for the foo fighters up until March 1997. Formerly of Sunny Day Real Estate before Foo. Left the band during the recording of The Colour and The Shape. Amazing drummer!

Gondry, Michel - Director of the Everlong video.

Good Grief - Track 5 on the Foo Fighters self titled debut. Written and Recorded by Dave Grohl and produced by Barett Jones. Recorded at Laundry Room Studios in Seattle, WA.

Grohl, David Eric - Lead Singer/Guitarist for the Foo Fighters. Started the band in 1994 when he recorded all the instruments for the self titled debut. Dave also directed the Monkey Wrench and My Hero videos, does this guy sleep? Guess Not! I can go on and on but you know all this stuff.

Grohl, Lisa - Dave's sister who plays bass on How I Miss You.

Halo - Track 7 off One By One. Recorded at Studio 606 in Virginia. Written and recorded by the Foo Fighters.

Have A Cigar - B-side to the Learn To Fly single. Taylor Hawkins in featured on vocals. See also Pink Floyd.

Have It All - Track 3 off One By One. Recorded at Studio 606 in Virginia. Written and recorded by the Foo Fighters.

Hawkins, Oliver Taylor - Drummer/Monkey Boy for the Foo Fighters. Joined after William Goldsmith left the band. Formerly with Alanis Morisette's touring band "sexual chocolate". And yes his real first name is Oliver.

Hayden, Petra - Violinist/Vocalist for the now defunct That Dog. Played Violin on Floaty during the 1996 tour while That Dog was on tour with foo. She also plays violin on A320 from the Godzilla Soundtrack.

Headwires - Track number 9 on There Is Nothing Left To Lose. Written by the Foo Fighters and Recorded at Studio 606 in Virginia.

Hell's Garden - Track number 7 on Dave's Pocketwatch Demos. Written and Recorded by Dave Grohl, produced by Barett Jones.

Hey, Johnny Park! - Track number 3 on The Colour and The Shape. Written by Dave Grohl/Foo Fighters and produced by Gil Norton. Written about Dave's old neighborhood pal.

How Do You Do? - Track number 3 on the Touch Soundtrack. Written and Recorded by Dave Grohl. The only "foo type" song on the soundtrack.

How I Miss You - Old song that appeared as a b-side of the Big Me Single. Written and Recorded by Dave Grohl. Lisa Grohl plays Bass on the Track. Also recorded at the BBC on 11/16/95.

Howard Stern Show - Radio show on which Taylor and Dave appeared. Dave played an acoustic version of Everlong. They have appeared various other times on the show as well.

I'll Stick Around - Track number 2 on the foo fighters self titled debut. Written and Recorded by Dave Grohl at Laundry Room studios in Seattle, WA. Produced by Barett Jones. There was a video for this video directed by Gerald Castle. See also Castle, Gerald.

I'm Alone Again - Unreleased song that was recorded at Bob Lang's Studios 1/24-26/96. Not on any releases and never played live.

Insects Rule - Brenden Benson song on which the Foo Fighters have jammed two times. Sounds pretty cool.

Iron And Stone - B-Side to the Learn To Fly Single. Cover of the Obsessed. See also Obsessed, the.

JAMPAC - Joint Artists & Music Promotions Political Action Committee. This is an organization supported by Krist Novoselic and they speak out for artists rights. See also Novoselic, Krist.

Jones, Barett - Producer extraordinaire who worked with Dave on his Pocketwatch Demo's and the First Album. Owns half of the Laundry Room Studios, Dave owns the other half.

Journey - Favorite band of Pat Smear, wrote Lovin' Touchin' Squeezin'. The Foo's covered that song two times back in 1995 with Craig from Shudder to Think on lead vocals.

Just Another Story About Skeeter Thompson - Track number 5 on Dave's Pocketwatch Demos. Skeeter Thompson is the Bass player from Scream. The guy Tos in the song used to be the guitar tech for the foo's.

Killing Joke - Band who wrote Requiem. The Foo Fighters covered this song at the 1997 BBC Session and have played it live numerous times throughout 1997/1998.

Lang, Robert - Owner of Bob Lang's Studios where the Foo Fighters recorded in January 1997.

Late! - Pseudonym under which Dave released his Pocketwatch Demos.

Laundry Room Studios - Recording Studio in Seattle, WA owned by Barett Jones and Dave Grohl. Much of the bands early recording was done here.

Learn To Fly - Track number 3 on There Is Nothing Left To Lose. Written by the Foo Fighters and Recorded at Studio 606 in Virginia. Released as the first single off the album. A huge success in all markets.

Life Of Illusion - Joe Walsh cover song recorded by the band during the One By One sessions. Features Taylor Hawkins on vocals.

Live-In Skin - Track number 7 on There Is Nothing Left To Lose. Written by the Foo Fighters and Recorded at Studio 606 in Virginia.

Lonely As You - Track 8 off One By One. Recorded at Studio 606 in Virginia. Written and recorded by the Foo Fighters.

Lovin' Touchin' Squeezin' - Journey Song which the Foo Fighters covered 2 times back in 1995. It was sung by the Craig Wedren, lead singer of Shudder to think both times. It is available on bootlegs.

Low - Track 2 off One By One. Recorded at Studio 606 in Virginia. Written and recorded by the Foo Fighters.

Lynn's Theme - Track 11 on the Touch Soundtrack. Written and Recorded by Dave Grohl. Features John Doe of X on vocals. See Also This Lovin' Thing

M.I.A. - Track number 11 on There Is Nothing Left To Lose. Written by the Foo Fighters and Recorded at Studio 606 in Virginia. Also stands for Missing In Action. This term came from the war where lost soldiers were labeled MIA.

Make A Bet - B-Side from the Learn To Fly Single. Recorded during the sessions for The Colour and The Shape in 1996. See also Win Or Lose.

Making Popcorn - Track number 5 on the Touch Soundtrack. Written and Recorded by Dave Grohl.

Marigold - B-side for Nirvana's Heart Shaped Box single which Dave wrote and sings on. See also Coloured Picture of a Marigold.

May, Brian - Legendary guitarist from Queen. Played guitar on "Tired of You" from One By One. See also Queen and Tired of You.

Mendel, Nate Gregor - Bass player for the Foo Fighters from the beginning. The most underrated foo. Nate is great! He was formerly in Sunny Day Real Estate with William.

Mentos - That fun little hard candies that people tend to chuck at the band during shows due to the Big Me Video. Please don't do it, if you like foo don't throw stuff at them.

Mesa - Guitar amp choice for dirty sound for Chris and Dave while on tour.

Milk - Track 10 on Dave's Pocketwatch Demos.

Million Dollar Demos - The first version of one by one recorded in LA. The band was unahappy with how them came out, so they re-recorded the album at Studio 606 in Virginia!

Monkey Wrench - Track number 2 on The Colour and The Shape. Written by Dave Grohl/Foo Fighters and Recorded at Grand Master Studios in Hollywood, CA. Produced by Gil Norton. The first single/video from The Colour and The Shape. The video was directed by Dave Grohl.

My Hero - Track number 7 on The Colour and The Shape. Written by Dave Grohl/Foo Fighters and Recorded at Grand Master Studios in Hollywood, CA. Produced by Gil Norton. The third single/video from The Colour and The Shape. The video was directed by Dave Grohl.

My Poor Brain - Track number 4 on The Colour and The Shape. Written by Dave Grohl/Foo Fighters and Recorded at Grand Master Studios in Hollywood, CA. Produced by Gil Norton. Was originally called Chicken Derby. See also Chicken Derby.

Nasty Little Man - The bands Public Relations firm. The inspiration for the title of the Beastie Boys "Hello Nasty" album.

New Way Home - Track number 13 on The Colour and The Shape. Recorded at Grand Master Studios in Hollywood,CA. Written by Dave Grohl/Foo Fighters and produced by Gil Norton.

Next Year - Track number 8 on There Is Nothing Left To Lose. Written by the Foo Fighters and Recorded at Studio 606 in Virginia.

Nirvana - Dave and Pat's former band. You all know who they are!

Nixon, Dale - Pseuydonym that Dave used while recording Buzz Ozborne's solo album. Buzz Ozborne A.K.A "King Buzzo" is from the Melvins. Dave plays drums on all tracks.

Norton, Gil - Producer of The Colour and The Shape.

Not A Fool - A name commonly found on Bootlegs but it is really the song "Butterflies". See also Butterflies.

Novoselic, Krist - Former Bassist of Nirvana with Dave. Came out on 8/29/97 and played two songs with the Foo's at Seattle's Bumpershoot festival. Also played two songs on 12/09/99 when Nate was sick. Also works for JAMPAC which the Foo Fighters have played at festivals for. Other bands that Krist has participated in include Sweet 75 and Eyes Adrift. See also JAMPAC.

Now I'm Here - Queen Cover played a few times during the short 1999 Radio Station tour. See also Queen.

Nulle Part Ailleurs - French TV Show on which the Foo Fighters appeared on twice in 1995, twice in 1997, and once in 1999.

Numan, Gary - Original writer of Down in the Park which the foo fighters have covered many times. See also Down In The Park.

Obsessed, The - Washington DC hardcore band who originally wrote Iron and Stone. A favorite of Dave.

Oh, George - Track number 8 on the Foo Fighters self titled debut. Written and Recorded by Dave Grohl produced by Barett Jones.

One, The - One off single the band contributed to the movie soundtrack for Orange County. The movie featured Jack Black. A video and single were released. The video was shot by Jesse Peretz. See also Peretz, Jesse.

Orange County Drum and Precussion - The Drums of choice for Taylor and Dave on the tour in 1997/1998. AKA OCDP.

Outrage - Track number 6 on the Touch Soundtrack. Written and Recorded by Dave Grohl.

Overdrive - Track 9 off One By One. Recorded at Studio 606 in Virginia. Written and recorded by the Foo Fighters.

Ozone - Cover song originally written by Ace Frehley. See also Ace Frehley.

Paramania - This word is a lyric in the song "Wind Up". It is a made up word meant to mean "obsessed with the abnormal".

Peretz, Jesse - Director of the Big Me video who came up with the "mentos" concept. Also directed the wonderful videos for Learn To Fly and The One.

Petrol CB - Track 2 on Dave's Pocketwatch Demos.

Pink Floyd - Revolutionary band from the 70's. Known for their psychedelic live shows. Wrote Have A Cigar.

Pocketwatch - Demos by Dave Grohl recorded in 1990/1991 while Dave was in Nirvana. Released under the pseudonym Late! Produced by Barett Jones and Released on Simple Machine Records. Now out of Print.

Podunk - A b-side to various singles. Written and recorded by Dave Grohl. Produced by Barett Jones.

Pokey The Little Puppy - Track number 1 on Dave's Pocketwatch Demos. Written and Recorded by Dave Grohl. Produced by Barett Jones. Also a favorite Children's Book.

Post, Louise - Singer/Guitarist in Veruca Salt. Co-wrote and sings on a track of the Touch Soundtrack. Dave's former girlfriend.

Prince - Writer of Purple Rain. If I could make that little symbol I would. See also Purple Rain.

Probot - Name of the all star metal side project that Dave spearheaded. Dave recorded all the music (minus bass by Lemmy on Shake Your Blood) and sent it out to various metal singers. Release to be determined.

Puff Daddy - AKA Sean Combs. Dave collaborated with him to make "All About The Benjamins [Rock Remix]".

Purple Rain - Prince song that the Foo's have tried to play a few times. They never seem to get past the first verse. See Also Prince.

Pusher, The - The episode of the X-files that Dave made an appearence in. He was only in the scene for about 2 seconds but you can tell that it is him. See also X-Files, The Show.

Queen - A favorite band of Pat and Taylor. Roger Taylor the Drummer for Queen can on stage at 12/13/97 and played Sheer Heart Attack with the foos. Also in November 1999, Brian May and Roger Taylor played "Now I'm Here" with the Foo Fighters in London.

Queens Of The Stone Age - Band fronted by Josh Homme and Nick Oliveri. Dave played drums on their album "Songs For The Deaf". Dave toured with the band during the Summer and Spring of 2002.

Rafferty, Gerry - The original writer of Baker Street. See also Baker Street.

RCA Records - The bands current record label. Put out There is Nothing Left To Lose and One By One.

Remission My Ass - Track number 9 on the Touch Soundtrack. Written and Recorded by Dave Grohl.

Requiem - Cover song recorded for a BBC Session in 1997. Originally by the band Killing Joke. See also Killing Joke.

Richie Baker's Miracle - Track number 4 on the Touch Soundtrack. Written and Recorded by Dave Grohl.

Ride (or "flight") of the Walküre - Song that The Foo Fighters based their "Intro" to on the 97 Tour. It is a classical piece from the opera "Die Walküre" by Richard Wagner that can also be found on the soundtrack for the movie "Apocalypse Now".

Rolston, Matthew - Director of the Walking After You video. I heard that he also directed a morrisey video.

Roswell Records - The Foo Fighters Record company. Stated by Mr. Grohl himself. However this isn't a real record company. The Foo Fighters are the only band on the label. It was basically created so the Foo Fighters could have more control over their music.

Ruthenberg, Georg - Pat Smear's real name. See also Smear, Pat.

Saints In Love - Track number 7 on the Touch Soundtrack. Written and Recorded by Dave Grohl.

Satan's In The Manger - Short jam Dave played on 4/3/96 before Butterflies. It is a cover of the Frogs. See also Frogs, The.

Scene 6 - Track number 10 on the Touch Soundtrack. Written and Recorded by Dave Grohl.

Scentless Apprentice - Nirvana track on In Utero. Dave wrote the main riff for the song and then the band helped to write the rest.

Scream - Dave and Franz's former band from the Washington, DC area.

Seattle, WA - Birthplace of the Foo's. Where all the guys met up after Dave had recorded the album. It is also considered the Birthplace of "Grunge" (i hate that word) music.

Shake Your Blood - Collaboration between Dave Grohl and Lemmy from Motorhead for the Probot Album. Only song from the album released thus far.

Shiflett, Christopher Aubrey - The newest Foo. Hired after the recording of There Is Nothing Left To Lose to fill in for Franz Stahl. Formerly of 22 Jacks and No Use For A Name. Plays with Me First and the Gimmie Gimmie's, Viva Death, and Jackson.

Silva, John - Man in charge of the management for the Foo Fighters. Runs GAS Entertainment with Gary Gersh.

Sister Europe - Psychadelic Furs cover recorded during the One By One sessions.

Smear, Pat - Ex-Foo Fighters guitarist who used to play with the germs and nirvana. See also Ruthenberg, George.

Songs in The Key Of X: The X-files Soundtrack - X-Files TV Soundtrack which the Foo's contributed Down in the Park to.

Spinning Newspapers - Track number 8 on the Touch Soundtrack. Written and Recorded by Dave Grohl.

Stacked Actors - Track number 1 on There Is Nothing Left To Lose. Written by the Foo Fighters and Recorded at Studio 606 in Virginia. Released as the second single of the album. Released on in Australia.

Stahl, Franz - Former guitarist for the Foo Fighters. Used to be in Scream with Dave.

Studio 606 - Recording Studio that Dave built in the basement of his house in Virginia. The Foo's recorded There Is Nothing Left To Lose and One By One here.

Sunny Day Real Estate - Nate and Williams former band which are making a return without Nate. They have since reformed, and broke up again.

Swanson, Jimmy - God.

Tenacious D - The greatest band in the world. Dave played drums and some guitar on their debut album. All hail JB and KG.

The Colour And The Shape - The Foo Fighters second album. Also the name of a b-side track which really rocks!

This Is A Call - Track number 1 on the Foo Fighters self titled debut. Written and Recorded by Dave Grohl. Produced by Barett Jones. This was the Foo Fighters first single which helped propel them into the spotlight.

This Lovin' Thing - Track number 11 on the Touch Soundtrack. Written and Recorded by Dave Grohl.

Throwing Needles - Track number 4 on Dave's Pocketwatch Demos. Written and Recorded by Dave Grohl. Produced by Barett Jones.

Times Like These - Track 4 and the second single off One By One. Recorded at Studio 606 in Virginia. Written and recorded by the Foo Fighters.

Tired Of You - Track 6 off One By One. Recorded at Conway Studios in Hollywood, CA. Written and recorded by the Foo Fighters. Brian May plays guitar on the track. This is the only song from the first recording of One By One to make the final album. See also May, Brian and Million Dollar Demos.

Tony's Theme - Song originally by the Pixies that Dave used to sing when introducing Good Grief live. He would say "This is a song about a superhero named Tony, its called Tony's Theme!"

Touch - Motion Picture Soundtrack which Dave wrote the whole score for. Mostly instrumental tracks and only 1 "foo type" track. Good stuff. Also the title of a song on the album.

Turner, Geoff - Producer who worked with Dave on the Pocketwatch Demos and Walking after You for TCATS.

Up In Arms - Track number 6 on The Colour and The Shape. William Goldsmith plays drums on the slow part. Written by Dave Grohl and produced by Gil Norton. The full slow version was released on various singles. There also was a version recorded at the 1995 BBC Session which is at a medium pace:) Also the band once played a "country fried" version on 11/5/97 (Very Interesting).

Vanity 6 - Performed the original version of Drive me wild which the Foo Fighters covered at the 1997 BBC Evening Session. The original version was written by Prince. See also Prince.

Walking A Line - B-side from the One By One sessions. Apparently has Krist Novoselic doing some background vocals. Appears on the special DVD that comes with initial pressings of One By One.

Walking After You - Track number 12 on The Colour and The Shape. Written by Dave Grohl. Produced by Geoff Turner (misspelled in TCATS Booklet) at WGNS Studios, Washington, DC. Also re-recorded for the X-Files Movie Soundtrack with the whole band. A video was made for the New Version of this song. It was directed by Matthew Rolston. See also Rolston, Matthew.

Warren, Ohio - Birthplace of Dave Grohl.

Watt, Mike - Touring partner and major influence to the Foo Fighters. The Extra "t" in Wattershed is for Mike Watt.

Watter-Fred - Hilarious acoustic version of Wattershed done during the Rockline 1996 performance. Tells a story about going to Vancouver in the voice of Fred Schnider of the B-52's.

Wattershed - Track number 11 on the Foo Fighters self titled debut. Written and Recorded by Dave Grohl. Produced by Barett Jones. Also recorded live as a medley with Winnebago at the 1995 BBC Session.

Ween - Band who split a single with the Foo Fighters for the new version of Walking After You. Also toured with the band awhile back.

Weenie Beenie - Track number 7 on the Foo Fighters self titled debut. Written and Recorded by Dave Grohl. Produced by Barett Jones.

Win Or Lose - Re-worked b-side originally called Make A Bet. Featured on the "Out Cold" soundtrack.

Wind Up - Track number 5 on The Colour and The Shape. Written by Dave Grohl/Foo Fighters and produced by Gil Norton.

Winnebago - B-side that was released on many singles. Written by Dave Grohl/Geoff Tuner. Also appears as track number 8 on the Pocketwatch Demos. Also recorded live as a medley with Wattershed at the 1995 BBC Session.

Wool - Franz Stahl's former band before he was in Foo but after he was in Scream. Excellent music, you should pick it up. If you like foo you will like them.

X-Files Movie Soundtrack - Soundtrack to Fight The Future: The X-Files Movie. The Foo Fighters recorded Walking After You [new version] for the soundtrack.

X-Files, The Show - Television show that deals with the paranormal and the government involvement with it. The Foo Fighters are big fans of the show. See also Pusher, the.

X-Static - Track number 10 on the Foo Fighters self titled debut. Written and Recorded by Dave Grohl. Produced by Barett Jones.

XZ38 Disintegrator Pistol - The real name of the Pistol on the front of the Foo Fighters first album. Photo taken by Jennifer Youngblood.

Youngblood, Jennifer - Dave's former wife who took the picture for the Front of the Foo Fighters self titled debut. She also did some photographs for Nirvana's Unplugged album.