Rare, previously unreleased tracks from the abandoned sessions for a Foo Fighters album have found their way online, according to Loudwire.com. The two songs, "Have It All" and "Come Back," eventually turned up on the band's 2002 album One By One. But as chronicled in the Foo Fighters documentary Back And Forth and elsewhere, the two newly discovered tracks were part of sessions that were started in late 2001 and eventually scrapped after the band spent a million dollars and four months on them, leading drummer Taylor Hawkinsto refer to the recordings as "million dollar demos."
The group was unsatisfied with the recordings and tensions were high during the sessions, with arguments breaking out and days going by without any work getting done.
The Foos eventually abandoned the sessions in April 2002, with the members going their separate ways and reconvening a few months later for a fresh start.
The album that was eventually recorded met with the band's approval and was released in October 2002 as One By One.
The disc sold more than a million copies and featured the hit singles "Times Like These" and "All My Life."
Foos frontman Dave Grohl is currently working on his documentary Sound City, about the legendary Los Angeles recording studio, but the band should be back in action later this year.
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