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Video: Foo Fighters Rock Out At A SoCal Pizzeria

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An amazing video has surfaced of Foo Fighters, one of the biggest bands in rock music today, performing at a pizza parlor like they're just starting out.

The gig was at Rock and Roll Pizza in Moorpark and was billed as a 'warm-up' performance for the upcoming world tour, their first in over a year, which started in Mexico City on December 11. The Foos are seen in this clip playing three songs, "Learn to Fly," "White Limo," and "Arlandria," but they ended up playing a two and a half-hour set for those lucky, lucky pizza patrons.

And just like that, scores of rock fans became jealous of Moorpark.

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