Sound City soundtrack

Dave Grohl recently released his directorial debut, the documentary Sound City: Real To Reel. It’s about Sound City, the now-defunct studio where Nirvana made Nevermind; Grohl recently bought the studio and recruited a bunch of fellow luminaries for a fantasy-camp all-star recording session, and the result is the movie’s new soundtrack album. Grohl famously recruited Paul McCartney and the surviving members of Nirvana for “Cut Me Some Slack,” but the album also has contributions from Trent Reznor, Josh Homme, Stevie Nicks, Rick Springfield, and terrifying Fear frontman Lee Ving, among others. Stream the whole thing below.

(via NPR)

The Sound City: Real To Reel soundtrack is out 3/12 on RCA.

Comments (5)
  1. It’s “Real to Reel,” folks.

  2. Phosphorescent is also streaming over there too, which humbly sayin, is a must listen.

  3. Best work heard in a long time, cheers mister grohl and all his muckers.

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