Foo Fighters to release disco record as the Dee Gees

The album will drop in tandem with Record Store Day on 17 July.

Foo Fighters as Dee Gees

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Next month, the Foo Fighters will release a special disco album under the name Dee Gees.

The album, Hail Satin, is a special release for next month’s Record Store Day (17 July 2021).

“Introducing…the Dee Gees!!!” the band announced on social media last Friday. “Hail Satin – coming to a local record store and dance party near you”.

Hail Satin will be released only on vinyl and consist of ten tracks. Side A will include four tunes by the Bee Gees and one by Andy Gibb. Meanwhile, Side B will include five live versions of songs from the Foo Fighters’ latest album, Medicine At Midnight.

See the tracklist for Hail Satin, below:

  1. You Should Be Dancing
  2. Night Fever
  3. Tragedy
  4. Shadow Dancing
  5. More Than a Woman
  6. Making a Fire (Live)
  7. Shame Shame (Live)
  8. Waiting on a War (Live)
  9. No Son of Mine (Live)
  10. Cloudspotter (Live)

This won’t be the Foo Fighters’ first foray into disco. Back in February, the stadium rock band covered You Should Be Dancing by the Bee Gees on Jo Wiley’s Sofa Sessions for BBC Radio 2 in February.

During the appearance, Dave Grohl remarked, “I have never, ever in my life sung like that, but it was the easiest song I have ever sung in my entire life! I sang the song, and it was like six minutes and I was done. I should have been singing like this for the last 25 years!”

Find out more about Hail Satin at recordstoreday.com

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