Foo Fighters played a secret gig at London club Dingwalls in the northern suburb of Camden. 
The venue fits 500 sweaty fans and was at capacity for the near three hour show the Foos played under the alias White Limo, while the night before, 12,000 more fans loaded into Wembley Arena to see the full sized show, but it was the club show that really ticked all the right boxes.

They played their upcoming album 'Wasting Light' in full before playing a complete second set of the band's greatest hits. The full set list was:

Bridge Burning (from 'Wasting Light', 2011)
Rope (from 'Wasting Light', 2011)
Dear Rosemary (from 'Wasting Light', 2011)
White Limo (from 'Wasting Light', 2011)
Arlandria (from 'Wasting Light', 2011)
These Days (from 'Wasting Light', 2011)
Back & Forth (from 'Wasting Light', 2011)
A Matter Of Time (from 'Wasting Light', 2011)
Miss The Misery (from 'Wasting Light', 2011)
I Should Have Known (from 'Wasting Light', 2011)
Walk (from 'Wasting Light', 2011)

All My Life (from 'One by One', 2002)
Generator (from 'There Is Nothing Left To Lose', 1999)
My Hero (from 'The Colour and The Shape', 1997)
Up In Arms (from 'The Colour and The Shape', 1997)
Times Like These (from 'One by One', 2002)
Stacked Actors (from 'There Is Nothing Left To Lose', 1999)
Cold Day In The Sun (from 'In Your Honor', 2005)
Long Road To Ruin (from 'Echoes, Silence, Patience & Grace, 2007)
Big Me (from 'Foo Fighters', 1995)
For All The Cows (from 'Foo Fighters', 1995)
Monkey Wrench (from 'The Colour and The Shape', 1997)
Everlong (from 'The Colour and The Shape', 1997)
Darling Nikki (Prince cover, b-side to 'Have It All', 2003)
This Is A Call (from 'Foo Fighters', 1995)

'Wasting Light' will be released on April 12, 2011. It was produced by Butch Vig and is the first album since 'The Colour and The Shape' to feature Pat Smear as an official member, despite having him as a touring member since 2006.