Foo FightersThere Is Nothing Left To Lose

Label:RCA – 88697983241RE1, Legacy – 88697983241RE1, Roswell Records – 88697983241RE1
2 x Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue
Style:Alternative Rock, Grunge


A1Stacked Actors4:17
A3Learn To Fly3:58
B1Gimme Stitches3:42
C1Live-In Skin3:53
C2Next Year4:37
D1Ain't It The Life4:17

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A sticker affixed to the shrink wrap on the front of the record reads: "Foo Fighters There Is Nothing Left To Lose featuring Learn To Fly, Breakout & Next Year. Includes Free High Quality MP3 album download: 88697983241S1.

The free MP3 album is available through a coded dropcard redeemable at
Only residents of the US can redeem this code which is valid "through November 21, 2012".

Mastered at Gateway Mastering Studios, Portland, ME
Lacquers Cut at Bernie Grundman Mastering, Hollywood, CA
℗ & © 1999, 2011 Roswell Records, Inc. Marketed and distributed by Sony Music Entertainment.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 886979832411
  • Barcode (Text): 8 8697-98324-1 1
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand-etched Runout Side A): 88697983241-A 88697974161-A CB
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand-etched Runout Side B): 88697983241-B 88697974161-B CB
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand-etched Runout Side C): 88697983241-C 88697974161-C CB
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand-etched Runout Side D): 88697983241-D 88697974161-D CB
  • Matrix / Runout (Machine Stamped Runout Side A & B): -23409- P.USA
  • Matrix / Runout (Machine Stamped Runout Side C & D): -23410- P.USA
  • Matrix / Runout (Face Label Side A): 88697983241-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Face Label Side B): 88697983241-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Face Label Side C): 88697983241-C
  • Matrix / Runout (Face Label Side D): 88697983241-D
  • Other (Dropcard Catalogue Number): 88697983241-I1

Other Versions (5 of 103)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
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There Is Nothing Left To Lose (CD, Enhanced, Album)Roswell Records, RCA, BMG74321715742Australia & New Zealand1999
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There Is Nothing Left To Lose (CD, Album, Enhanced, Stereo, JVC Pressing)Roswell Records, RCA07863 67892-2US1999
There Is Nothing Left To Lose (CD, Album, Enhanced)Roswell Records, RCA, BMG74321 71699 2Europe1999
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There Is Nothing Left To Lose (CD, Advance, Album, Promo)Roswell Records, RCA01199 67892 2, RADV-67892-2US1999
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There Is Nothing Left To Lose (CD, Album, Enhanced, Digipak)RCA, Roswell Records, BMG07863 67892 2Europe1999
  • reecewg's avatar
    Edited 3 months ago
    This was the first cd I ever bought new from Circuit City as a kid and I will say this might be one of my favorite albums by the Foo Fighters. The vinyl version blows the CD's quality away right when you hear that first snare hit from Taylor (Or possibly Dave) on Stacked Actors. This album is truly a heartbreak and a bitter sweet listen now that we lost one of the greats, Taylor Hawkins (RIP). The man shines on this album, and this pressing doesn't shine away with drums sounding so great.
    • jloper's avatar
      great pressing good dynamic range and soundstage!!! bernie and chris with another fine job on this title!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
      • Hybrid_Steels_Store's avatar
        This press is an explosion of sound!!!! Perfect press!!! 100%!!!
        • zoso_2010's avatar
          This record sounds absolutely incredible. My favorite Foo's record and it sounds like I'm hearing it for the first time. Highly recommend.
          • Slmjm884's avatar
            Sounds excellent! It honestly felt like i was hearing this album for the first time. Highly recommend it!
            • teerav42's avatar
              Dropcard number on my copy is slightly different---I've got 88697983241-I1RE1. All of the other identifying information is identical to this entry, as far as I can tell.
              • speedingdeacon's avatar
                I had high hopes for this one after reading all of the rave reviews on sound quality. I do have to say that the first track on each of the 4 sides does sound terrific and I would have been very happy if the entire album sounded like that, but the sound degraded after track 1 on each side. The worst offenders were Learn to Fly, which had some sibilance issues and Generator, which had underlying distorted artifacts in the background especially at the end of each chorus and during the bridge. All of the other tracks that I had issue with mainly had a general lack of fidelity and borderline distortion during louder portions. I played all of the tracks on my linear tracking turntable and my pivot arm turntable, both of which yielded the same results. All in all it is listenable and not completely terrible, but still very disappointing because this album has always been a favorite of mine and I was expecting a much better experience from this pressing. Regardless of my issues, the pressing is clean and quiet and the non-gatefold jacket is okay quality. Maybe I just got a bad copy? I don’t know. Everyone else seems to be happy with theirs, so it should still be worth buying.
                • pstoev's avatar

                  One of the best vinyl i've ever listen! Highly Recommended!
                  • william.stemarie's avatar
                    Sounds great. Very crisp, loud drums how I like it. Quiet, good clarity. Sounds much better to my ears than
                    • Audge_Podge_Records's avatar
                      Reiterating the awsome sound on this one. I recall the CD didn't sound horrible, but this blows that away. My feeling is similar to others when they say this comes to life on this release.



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