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Alice Cooper Joins Foo Fighters For “School’s Out” [VIDEO]

The Foo Fighters are touring in Europe at the moment, and Saturday night the tour stopped at the Milton Keynes Bowl in the U.K. In front of the crowd of 130,000, Dave Grohl and the Foo paid homage to their inspirations, by bringing out Queen drummer Roger Taylor, former Hüsker Dü frontman Bob Mould (‘the person who is responsible for the Foo Fighters,” Grohl said),  Butch Vig (Producer of Nirvana’s “Nevermind”, and the latest Foo album “Wasting Light’), and finally, for the encore -  “If it wasn’t for this next person, Pat Smear would never have bought a guitar in his life,” Grohl said as he introduced the rock legend. “Say hello to one of our heroes – Mr Alice fucking Cooper!”



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