Watch | Foo Fighters Releases 2006 Full London Concert

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Foo Fighters just released a full video of their complete London concert from 2006 in support of their fifth album, “In Your Honor.”

The group performed a mix of new songs and classic hits at Hyde Park and featured special guest appearances by Motorhead’s Lemmy Kilmister and Queen’s Brian May and Roger Taylor.

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The London show was released in 2006 as an inclusion to the band’s “Skin And Bones” live package.

“Keep washing your hands,” says the band. “#StayHome #FooFriday.”

Recently, Dave Grohl with Taylor Hawkins joined a star-studded lineup of UK artists for a new version of Foo Fighters’ 2002 classic, “Times Like These,” in support of the global effort to self-isolate by staying home during the coronavirus pandemic. 

Dave Grohl also curated his own pandemic playlist:

“Years ago, on a tour in Australia, I spent a rare day off visiting a petting zoo to get a glimpse of some of the indigenous wildlife,” Grohl writes. “What I remember most from that day isn’t the snuggling of furry little critters… No. It’s a mangy wombat, running at top speed, carving a figure-eight track into the dirt of its small pen like a Supercross racer. Hi, I’m Dave Grohl. Welcome to quarantine!”

Keep going for the full concert below: