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Inside the 30 Biggest Albums of Fall

Entertainment Weekly Logo By Nolan Feeney of Entertainment Weekly | Slide 1 of 30: <p>Superproducer Greg Kurstin met Foos frontman Dave Grohl at a restaurant a few years ago when Grohl came over to praise Kurstin's own indie-pop band, the Bird and the Bee. From there a partnership blossomed. "I was trying to push [Foo Fighters] sonically," Kurstin says. "I got in there with the lush harmonies and brought some freaky sounds." While Kurstin was bringing the sounds, Grohl was bringing the delicious smoked meats — via his very own barbecue. Says Kurstin, "He's running in, playing a guitar track, and then he's like, 'I gotta check the smoker!'" <strong>Release date:</strong> <strong>Sept. 15</strong></p>

Foo Fighters: Concrete and Gold

Superproducer Greg Kurstin met Foos frontman Dave Grohl at a restaurant a few years ago when Grohl came over to praise Kurstin's own indie-pop band, the Bird and the Bee. From there a partnership blossomed. "I was trying to push [Foo Fighters] sonically," Kurstin says. "I got in there with the lush harmonies and brought some freaky sounds." While Kurstin was bringing the sounds, Grohl was bringing the delicious smoked meats — via his very own barbecue. Says Kurstin, "He's running in, playing a guitar track, and then he's like, 'I gotta check the smoker!'" Release date: Sept. 15

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