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Customer Reviews

Solid Album

Too bad Mike Patton wasn't here to give it that extra something but Mosley has his own personal charm. There are a lot of great songs that still stand strong all these years later like "RNR", "Blood", "Spirit". Not quite as good as Angel Dust but I would certainly call it their second best effort. If you're a Patton freak and you're convinced it wont be good, give it a chance. It's really an overall good effort from a great band.

who writes these terrible reviews?

no wonder no one signs these things. i wonder if this review writer knows what "out of key" means. mike patton should have stayed where he belonged, mr. bungle, and faith no more should have just broke up after this record if they couldnt get along. this LP is fantastic, and is one of the first mixtures of metal and hiphop. chuck mosley has a deep vocal style in which you can hear the harmonys and clearly hear the words articulated. best faith no more release hands down.

A Classic

I stopped listening to Faith No More right after the first time I heard Mike Patton. Chuck Mosley rules. I've been lucky enough to see him sing with both Faith No More and Bad Brains (yes he was, for a short time, HR's replacement in Bad Brains).


Formed: 1981 in San Francisco, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

With their fusion of heavy metal, funk, hip-hop, and progressive rock, Faith No More have earned a substantial cult following. By the time they recorded their first album in 1985, the band had already had a string of lead vocalists, including Courtney Love; their debut, We Care a Lot, featured Chuck Mosley's abrasive vocals but was driven by Jim Martin's metallic guitar. Faith No More's next album, 1987's Introduce Yourself, was a more cohesive and impressive effort; for the first time, the rap and...
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