Foo Fighters' "The Colour and the Shape" has ruled the music industry a decade ago, this time the album comes again in an extended version.
Foo Fighters' second album "The Colour and the Shape" will be available in a double disc version on July 10 via Legacy/RCA. The album that hit stores for the first time in 1997 is re-released to celebrate its 10th anniversary.
While the original record is still left as it is in the first disc, the second one will hold the covers of Gary Numan's 1979 hit "Down in the Park", Killing Joke's "Requiem" and the band's second cover of Gerry Rafferty's "Baker Street". There will also be the inclusion of the B-sides of tracks "Dear Lover" and "The Colour and the Shape".
For what has been the band's most notable album to this day, "The Colour and the Shape" marked the only record containing contribution from drummer William Goldsmith before he left shortly before the release.
Meanwhile, the band is also working on a new album with Gil Norton again who said that the band is seeking a new sound. "So the album that we're making sounds like a Foo Fighters album, but it's definitely moving in a few different directions. It's cool man, I love it," said Gil.