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Foo Fighters: A Career in Music Videos

Watch highlights of Dave Grohl and crew's lengthy list of innovative and entertaining music videos.

Just as they are known as steadfast purveyors of ass kickin’ rock tunes, the Foo Fighters — Spin’s November cover boys– are also recognized as frontrunners in the artistic medium of themusic video. During the quartet’s over decade long tenure, Foo Fightershave offered a smorgasbord of videos from the hilarious parody of “BigMe,” to the Michel Gondry-directed classic “Everlong,” to the sillytwo-person party of “Low.” Check out a retrospective of highlights fromFoo Fighters’ illustrious career, and afterwards watch the band’slatest visual offering, the hilarious melodrama of “Long Road to Ruin.”

“Big Me” from 1995’s Foo Fighters / Directed by Jesse Peretz

“I’ll Stick Around” from 1995’s Foo Fighters / Directed by Gerald Casale

“Everlong” from 1997’s The Colour and the Shape / Directed by Michel Gondry

“My Hero” from 1997’s The Colour and the Shape / Director Dave Grohl

“Walking After You” from 1997’s The Colour and the Shape / Director Matthew Rolston

“Monkey Wrench” from 1997’s The Colour and the Shape /Directed by Dave Grohl WATCH

“Breakout” from 1999’s There is Nothing Left to Lose / Directed by the Malloy Brothers

“Learn to Fly” from 1999’s There is Nothing Left to Lose / Directed by Jesse Peretz

“Low” from 2002’s One by One / Directed by Jesse Peretz

“Best of You” from 2005’s In Your Honor / Directed by Mark Pellington

“Resolve” from 2005’s In Your Honor / Directed by Michael Palmieri

And now…

“Long Road to Ruin” from Echoes, Silence, Patience and Grace / Directed by Jesse Peretz

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