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 covered “Shadow 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.

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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