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Foo Fighters Invite Alice Cooper, Slash, Jack Black and More Onstage for 32-Song LA Forum Set


The Foo Fighters wanted to celebrate Dave Grohl's 46th birthday in style, and they certainly accomplished that Saturday night, Jan. 10, at the Los Angeles Forum. The boys invited Slash, David Lee Roth, Jack Black, Perry Farrell, Paul Stanley and more onto the stage during an action-packed setlist, with Alice Cooper making an appearance for covers of "School's Out" and "I'm Eighteen."

Check out the latter appearance below:

According to, the gig produced 32 songs. Here is what you missed:

01. Detroit Rock City [Kiss cover with Paul Stanley]
02. Do You Love Me [Kiss cover with Paul Stanley]
03. All My Life
04. Rope
05. The Pretender
06. My Hero
07. Tie Your Mother Down [Queen cover with Slash and Tenacious D]
08. Immigrant Song [Led Zeppelin cover with Slash and Tenacious D]
09. Congregation
10. Walk
11. School's Out [Alice Cooper cover with Alice Cooper]
12. I'm Eighteen [Alice Cooper cover with Alice Cooper]
13. Cold Day in the Sun
14. Monkey Wrench
15. Two Headed Dog [Roky Erickson cover with Nick Oliveri]
16. Learn to Fly
17. White Limo
18. Arlandria
19. N.I.B. [Black Sabbath cover with Zakk Wylde]
20. Fairies Wear Boots [Black Sabbath cover with Zakk Wylde]
21. Times Like These
22. Outside
23. Mountain Song [Jane's Addiction cover with Perry Farrell]
24. Miss You [The Rolling Stones cover with Perry Farrell]
25. Something from Nothing
26. This Is a Call
27. Jam [with Trombone Shorty]
28. Best of You
29. Panama [Van Halen cover with David Lee Roth]
30. Ain't Talkin' 'Bout Love [Van Halen cover with David Lee Roth]
31. Everlong
32. Let It Rock [Chuck Berry cover with Lemmy Kilmister, Slash and Zakk Wylde]

The Foo Fighters are coming off a busy year that saw them produce a new album, Sonic Highways, and an accompanying HBO miniseries. While there are no set plans for 2015, Grohl typically has something special up his sleeve.

Readers: What did you thinik of the set? Let us know what you think down in the comments section.

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