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Everywhere but Home

Everywhere but Home
Video by Foo Fighters
Released November 25, 2003
Recorded Various dates
Genre Alternative rock, post-grunge
Label Roswell/RCA
Director Maurice Linnane
Foo Fighters chronology
Everywhere but Home
Skin and Bones

Everywhere but Home is a live DVD by the Foo Fighters, released November 25, 2003. It contains five concerts taken from their One by One tour.


  • Track listing 1
    • Toronto 1.1
    • Washington, D.C. 1.2
    • Slane Castle 1.3
    • Reykjavík (audio only) 1.4
    • Dublin (Hidden concert) 1.5
  • Bonus content 2
  • Personnel 3
    • Band members 3.1

Track listing


  1. "All My Life"
  2. "My Hero"
  3. "Breakout"
  4. "Have It All"
  5. "Generator"
  6. "Learn to Fly"
  7. "For All the Cows"
  8. "Stacked Actors"
  9. "Low"
  10. "Hey, Johnny Park!"
  11. "Monkey Wrench"
  12. "Times Like These" (Acoustic version)
  13. "Aurora"
  14. "Tired of You"
  15. "Everlong"

Washington, D.C.

  1. "Doll" (Acoustic)
  2. "See You" (Acoustic)
  3. "For All the Cows" (Acoustic)
  4. "Everlong" (Acoustic)

Slane Castle

  1. "All My Life"
  2. "Everlong"

Reykjavík (audio only)

  1. "All My Life"
  2. "The One"
  3. "Times Like These"
  4. "My Hero"
  5. "Learn to Fly"
  6. "Have It All"
  7. "For All the Cows"
  8. "Breakout"
  9. "Generator"
  10. "Stacked Actors"
  11. "Low"
  12. "Hey, Johnny Park!"
  13. "Monkey Wrench"
  14. "Aurora"
  15. "Weenie Beenie"
  16. "Tired of You"
  17. "Everlong"

Dublin (Hidden concert)

  1. "All My Life"
  2. "Breakout"
  3. "The One"
  4. "My Hero"
  5. "Aurora"
  6. "Low"
  7. "Everlong"

Bonus content

Everywhere but Home contains a "hidden" recording of the Dublin concert that can be accessed by following these steps:

  • Go to the main menu
  • Select "Slane Castle"
  • Press 3, wait for the red arrow to reappear
  • Press 8, wait for the red arrow to reappear
  • Repeat the previous steps for 2, 5, 4 and 6.


Band members

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