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Skin and Bones (song)

"Skin and Bones"
Song by Foo Fighters
Released September 5, 2005
Format 7", CD
Recorded January–March 2005
Genre Alternative rock
Length 3:35 (EP Version)
4:02 (Album Version)
Label Roswell, RCA
Producer Nick Raskulinecz, Foo Fighters

"Skin and Bones" is an alternative rock song by the Foo Fighters. It originally appeared as a B-side for the single "DOA" which was off of their 2005 album In Your Honor. It was released on September 5, 2005 through the mentioned single.

The song later appeared on the Foo Fighters first EP Five Songs and a Cover which was released on November 20, 2005.

A live acoustic version of the song was then performed live at the titlular "Skin and Bones" show in August 2006 at the Pantages Theater in Los Angeles. The song later appeared on the album (based on recordings of the concert) which was released on November 6, 2006 as Skin and Bones.

The recorded live track also appeared on the band's Greatest Hits which was released in November 2009. It is the only non-single song to appear on the album. It also appears on the Bonus DVD edition.

Both the musical composition and lyrics of the song were written solely by frontman Dave Grohl.

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