In the early 2000’s, the Foo Fighters were truly a force to be reckoned with. It seemed like that there was no stopping the band. The wounds of Nirvana were still fresh, but Dave Grohl had a mission to get the hit songs that he had swirling out of his head. That’s just what he would do as well.
Initially starting off the Foo Fighters with himself doing the drumming, Dave Grohl would eventually settle on Taylor Hawkins, who, at the time, was known for his drumming work with another 90s star, Alanis Morrisette. Looking back at it now, it’s hard to see how Hawkins would go from one form of Alternative to another, but he would – and he would do it very well.
As time would go on, the Foo Fighters would become one of the biggest bands in the world as they were a fully functioning hit making unit with Dave Grohl in the front and Taylor Hawkins in the back. They truly were brothers in music. Fast forward to current day and we have lost Taylor Hawkins unexpectedly and the Foo Fighters are currently inactive. With the horribly sad passing of Hawkins, any and all fans are trying to find lost pieces of Foo Fighters history and Reddit may have stumbled on to something.
In a recent post, a fan shared with us a clip of a recent unreleased clip of ‘All My Life’ which features a rough mix of the hit song. There are some differences in the rough mix as opposed to the finished version of such, but it’s not too dramatic which is a nod to just how good the band were. Not only were their finished products good, but their unfinished were just as good.
You can hear the track that was the rough mix below.