Foo Fighters Announce Bee Gees Tribute Album (As The Dee Gees) For Record Store Day

Foo Fighters Announce Bee Gees Tribute Album (As The Dee Gees) For Record Store Day

Dave Grohl is on-record, both metaphorically and literally, as a big Bee Gees fan. Foo Fighters recently covered the Bee Gees’ 1976 #1 disco hit “You Should Be Dancing” from the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack; less than a month later, they coveredShadow Dancing,” another #1 hit from the youngest Bee Gees brother Andy Gibb. Now, Foo Fighters — under the guise of their disco alter egos the Dee Gees — have announced Hail Satin, an entire Bee Gees/Gibb Brothers tribute album out next month for the second Record Store Day drop.

In addition to “You Should Be Dancing” and “Shadow Dancing,” Side A of Hail Satin will feature covers of the Bee Gees’ “Night Fever,” “Tragedy,” and “More Than A Woman.” Side B, meanwhile, will feature five live versions of tracks from Foo Fighters recent album Medicine At Midnight. “For optimal results,” a press release reads, “listen with exposed chest hair and little gold spoon necklace (If you know, you know…).” Here’s the tracklist.

TRACKLIST:
Side A — The DEE GEES:
01 “You Should Be Dancing”
02 “Night Fever”
03 “Tragedy”
04 “Shadow Dancing”
05 “More Than A Woman”

Side B — LIVE At 606:
01 “Making A Fire”
02 “Shame Shame”
03 “Waiting On A War”
04 “No Son Of Mine”
05 “Cloudspotter”

Hail Satin is out 7/17.

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