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Breakout
Foo Fighters
There is Nothing Left to Lose
There is Nothing Left to Lose
RaitingFF
Family Friendly
Information
Released 1999
Genre Alternative
Language English
Source Lego Rock Band
Available November 3, 2009
Playable in
Rock Band
Rock Band 2
Rock Band 3
Rock Band Blitz
Lego Rock Band
Difficulty
Band 3FcircleFcircleFcircleUFCirlceUFCirlce
Basic Pro
Guitar 2FcircleFcircleUFCirlceUFCirlceUFCirlce NoNo Part
Bass 1FcircleUFCirlceUFCirlceUFCirlceUFCirlce NoNo Part
Drums 4FcircleFcircleFcircleFcircleUFCirlce 4FcircleFcircleFcircleFcircleUFCirlce
Keys NoNo Part NoNo Part
Vocals 2FcircleFcircleUFCirlceUFCirlceUFCirlce 2FcircleFcircleUFCirlceUFCirlceUFCirlce
Details
Male singer
2-part Harmonies



Breakout is a song by Foo Fighters.

Dave Grohl: "Breakout started off almost as a joke, just a play on the word and taking the piss out of your typical tortured romance love story. It's supposed to seem kind of ridiculous because I can't imagine anyone wanting to break off a relationship just because they have acne."

This song was on the soundtrack of Me, Myself And Irene. Dave Grohl is good friends with Jim Carrey, who starred in the movie.

The music video takes place at a drive-in movie theater showing Me, Myself, And Irene and features 3'6" actor Tony Cox, who appeared in the film.

While recording this song, the band had to tell Dave Grohl to tone it down because the neighbors were giving dirty looks and threatening to complain about the noise. (Thanks, Bert - Pueblo, NM, for all above. Some info provided by fooarchive.com)

in the video for "Breakout," the song "Generator," also from There Is Nothing Left To Lose, can be heard. (thanks, john - bensalems, PA)

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