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Foo Fighters cover Pink Floyd, Queen and Tom Petty 

added: 29 Nov 2011 // by: Noise11 

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Foo Fighters kicked off their Australian tour in Perth last night with a setlist featuring 22 songs from across their entire catalogue and a few covers as well.

Foo Fighters performed Pink Floyd 'In The Flesh', Queen's 'Tie Your Mother Down' and Tom Petty's 'Breakdown'.

It was only recently that Foo Fighters performed 'In The Flesh' for the first time with Pink Floyd's Roger Waters on American television. Taylor Hawkins is the big Queen fan in the band. He recently put together Queen's 'Deep Cuts Vol 1' compilation. For 'Breakdown' they were joined on stage by Jack Black of Tenacious D.

Here is the setlist from Foo Fighters first show on this current Australian tour:

Setlist:
Bridge Burning
(from Wasting Light, 2011)
Rope
(from Wasting Light, 2011)
My Hero
(from The Colour and The Shape, 1997)
Learn to Fly
(from There Is Nothing Left To Lose, 1999)
White Limo
(from Wasting Light, 2011)
Arlandria
(from Wasting Light, 2011)
Breakout

(from There Is Nothing Left To Lose, 1999)
Cold Day in the Sun (Taylor Hawkins vocal)
(No Way Back b-side, 2006)
Stacked Actors
(from There Is Nothing Left To Lose, 1999)
Walk
(from Wasting Light, 2011)
Monkey Wrench
(from The Colour and The Shape, 1997)
These Days

(from Wasting Light, 2011)
This is a Call
(from Foo Fighters, 1995)
In the Flesh (Pink Floyd cover)
One By One (from One By One, 2002)
Encore:
Wheels (acoustic)
(from Greatest Hits, 2009)
The Best Of You (acoustic)
(from In Your Honor, 2005)
Times Like These (from One By One, 2002)
Dear Rosemary
(from Wasting Light, 2011)
Breakdown (Tom Petty cover with Tenacious D)
Tie Your Mother Down (Queen cover)
Everlong (from The Colour and The Shape, 1997)

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