Grohl said the pre-Nirvana album changed his life and "it might just change yours."
The Pulp frontman announced he'll release his first solo music since 2009 – an EP of music from a TV series based on the short stories of Neil Gaiman.
Fans in the U.K. will be able to buy the 7" version of the lead single from 'A Moon Shaped Pool' as early as Friday.
They'll re-release 1996's 'No Code' and 1998's 'Yield' on vinyl along with 7-inch versions of 'Given to Fly' and 'Wishlist.'
The 7" will also feature 'Spectre,' Radiohead's rejected theme song for last year's James Bond flick.
The band's dark 1996 masterpiece will be reissued on translucent blue vinyl and comes with some Weezer-esque surprises.
The 1999 pop-punk classic will be available on translucent blue vinyl in June.
If you're not sure which exclusive special editions you should be elbowing your way towards this RSD, we've got a couple dozen to put on your list.
The White Stripes recorded the rare live sessions with BBC's John Peel in support of their 2001 breakthrough 'White Blood Cells.'
RIAA's Cary Sherman said the new report proves "some technology giants have been enriching themselves at the expense of the people who actually create the music."