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Foo Fighters Go Colouring

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Whenever music types go on tour, they insist on a certain level of specific luxury to follow them wherever they go. Their rider details exactly what they want, from newborn kittens to red m&ms.

Revealing the exact contents of a tour rider can be a dangerous game (anyone who happened to see the Katy Perry infographic can attest to this) but a leak of the Foo Fighters document has managed to turn them into our new heroes. For today at least.

Transforming a dry list of their requirements into a colouring book of puzzles and activities, their handiwork conveys all the information but in a fun way.

Oh and this is only a teaser. Apparently the entire rider spans 52 pages. Funny sure but, ermmm, still rather exhausting.

[Via The Smoking Gun]

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