A soundtrack to the 2015 documentary Salad Days: A Decade of Punk in Washington, D.C. is set to be released. The soundtrack has unearthed a number of rare tracks from the cities most iconic musicians. One of the groups featured in the documentary is Mission Impossible, a band that featured Dave Grohl on drums.

A recording of the band performing their track ‘Now I’m Alone’ in 1985 has emerged. It’s a short, fiery punk jam that showcases Grohl’s fervent drum work. In an interview with Rolling Stone, filmmaker Scott Crawford has shared  “Mission Impossible were a phenomenal, albeit short-lived, live band. I went to several of their practices in Virginia and just sat back and watch them go nuts. They were all superb musicians and watching Dave behind the drum kit was always a thrill”

Check out the song and soundtrack tracklisting below.

Listen: Mission Impossible ‘Now I’m Alone’

Salad Days Tracklist:
01. Jawbox – Motorist
02. Shudder to Think – Chocolate
03. Double-0 – Death of a Friend
04. Holy Rollers – What You Said
05. Mission Impossible – Now I’m Alone
06. Youth Brigade – It’s About Time That We Had a Change
07. Kingface – Tired
08. Gray Matter – Swann Street” (Live at the Black Cat, 2013)
09. Swiz – Godspeed
10. Government Issue – Where You Live
11. Marginal Man – Under a Shadow
12. United Mutation – Sensations Fix
13. Black Market Baby – Downward Christian Soldiers
14. Fire Party – Drowning Intentions
15. Soulside – Name in Mind
16. Iron Cross – You’re a Rebel
17. Void – Who Are You
18. HR – Epilogue