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Customer Reviews

Ignore the official album review written above; this album is great and complete AS IS.

FNM certainly advanced as musicians at time went on, Patton added a different atmosphere than the mostly punk and soul bred Mosley, but this album isn't "lacking" in anything. FNM were a great band right from the beginning. If this album had been their only one, they still would have been one of my all time favorite bands. A little Killing Joke, a little PiL, and little Sabbath, but this was the only band to blend all this with gothic keyboards in a rap/rock style. And it's pretty easy to see why, 30 years later, no one drums quite like Puffy, plays bass or composes like Bill, flavors songs with keys or writes lyrics like Roddy, and there is certainly no other vocalist like Chuck Mosley (a sincere and emphatic compliment). So glad to see a deluxe edition!

The beginning

Listen to this album. It is where it all started, the root of the FNM sound. Puffy's drums, Roddy's keyboard, Billy's bass, Jim Martin's guitar and it would not have been the same without Chuck vocals. Mike Patton adds so much more, but this is where it all began.


"We Care A Lot" sounds like an edgy 12 or 13 year old trying to sound political


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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