There Is Nothing Left to Lose is the third studio album by American rock band Foo Fighters, released on November 2, 1999, through Roswell and RCA Records. It marked the first appearance of drummer Taylor Hawkins and is often seen as a departure from the band's previous work, showcasing a softer, more experimental sound. Dave Grohl has stated that the album was "totally based on the melody" and that it might be "[his] favorite album that [they've] ever done."
There Is Nothing Left to Lose won the Grammy Award for Best Rock Album in 2001, marking the band's first-ever Grammy win. The band would go on to win the Grammy for Best Rock Album for three of their next four studio releases (One by One; Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace; and Wasting Light).
There Is Nothing Left to Lose is Foo Fighters' first album to be entirely released and marketed by RCA Records since their departure from Capitol Records after the release of The Colour and the Shape two years earlier. Their two previous studio albums, originally distributed by Capitol, were since then distributed by RCA.
Label: Roswell Records 88697983241RE1
Format: Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Repress
Style: Alternative Rock, Hard Rock
A1 Stacked Actors
A3 Learn To Fly
B1 Gimme Stitches
C1 Live-In Skin
C2 Next Year
D1 Ain't It The Life