Dave Grohl

Emancipation broke out last week when COURTNEY LOVE settled her lawsuits with the Universal Music Group. The label let Love out of her contract, and she agreed to let UMG release previously unheard songs by Nirvana, the band comprising her late husband Kurt Cobain, Krist Novoselic and DAVE GROHL. Grohl heads the band Foo Fighters, whose new album, One by One, will be out on Oct. 22; he spoke with TIME's Josh Tyrangiel.

YOU, KRIST AND COURTNEY FINALLY SETTLED YOUR DIFFERENCES OVER THE RIGHTS TO NIRVANA'S MUSIC. WHAT TOOK SO LONG? Legal stuff, mostly. It was a matter of negotiation, and...

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