Live At Wembley Stadium

Release date
25 Aug 2008
Running length
18 tracks
Running time
72:54

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Tracklist

    Track     Duration Listeners
1 The Pretender 4:28 1,056,919
2 Times Like These 4:25 777,580
3 No Way Back 3:16 333,672
4 Cheer Up, Boys (Your Makeup is Running) 3:32 0
5 Learn to Fly 3:55 916,741
6 Long Road to Ruin 3:44 580,607
7 Breakout 3:20 490,114
8 Stacked Actors 4:16 262,408
9 Skin and Bones 4:01 221,964
10 Marigold 3:19 105,313
11 My Hero 4:20 877,722
12 Cold Day in the Sun 3:20 260,402
13 Everlong 4:09 1,124,814
14 Monkey Wrench 3:51 730,114
15 All My Life 4:23 824,983
16 Rock and Roll 4:07 4,318
17 Ramble On 5:27 1,451
18 Best of You 5:01 1,006,363

About this album

Live at Wembley Stadium is a live video by the Foo Fighters, released on August 22, 2008, in Ireland and August 25, 2008, in the UK on DVD. It was also released in Australia on August 30, New Zealand on September 1, and Germany, Austria and Switzerland on September 5. It was released in the United States on November 18, 2008.
It was filmed during the band’s two sold out shows at Wembley Stadium on Friday June 6 and Saturday June 7, 2008. The video features a combination of footage from both nights, including the second night’s collaboration with special guests, Led Zeppelin members John Paul Jones (bass guitar) and Jimmy Page (guitar).

Some songs are taken from Friday’s performance and some from Saturday’s. This is identifiable in two ways. One is the underwear Grohl is wearing (Red on Friday, White on Saturday) which can be seen at points in the video, and secondly any shots containing rainfall are from Saturday, as it did not rain during Friday’s performance.
“The Pretender”
“Times Like These”
“No Way Back”
“Cheer Up, Boys (Your Make Up Is Running)”
“Learn to Fly”
“Long Road to Ruin”
“Breakout”
“Stacked Actors” (contains a snippet from Focus’ “Hocus Pocus”)
“Skin and Bones”
“Marigold”
“My Hero”
“Cold Day in the Sun”
“Everlong”
“Monkey Wrench”
“All My Life”
“Rock and Roll”
“Ramble On”
“Best of You”
Tracks 8, 9, 13 and 14 recorded on Friday, June 6, 2008
Tracks 1-7, 10-12 and 15-18 recorded on Saturday, June 7, 2008
“This Is a Call” and “Big Me” were performed both nights, but omitted from release. Further songs were played at each show, but were also not featured on the video.

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