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    (Faith No More, 1992)

    I've seen the future of rock 'n' roll, and it's Faith No More Axl Rose (Guns N’ Roses)

    Rivers Cuomo (weezer) went on to reveal that before forming weezer he was influenced by Faith No More and the growing alternative ideas for metal Kerrang! (2020)

    Living on the margins for so long, living in the underground scene it's like: 'Oh this will never catch on'. But it did, and it was starting to change where you had bands like Faith No More and Jane's Addiction. They were these rock bands but they were more like alternative or edgy. Then they paved the way for Nirvana. Krist Novoselic (Nirvana) (2009)

    Robert Plant (Led Zeppelin) hasn’t lost his open mind and eager ear. (...) Among his recent faves are Hüsker Dü, the rising Irish star Sinead O’Connor and the San Francisco funk-metal band Faith No More. Rolling Stone (1988)

    The press has trouble categorizing the band Faith No More; so it must be something original, and that’s what we need in the world of same sounding s*** new bands James Hetfield (Metallica) (1989)

    ”Angel Dust" was the record that made me think, "This is one of the sickest bands." Chino Moreno (Deftones) (2010)

    Faith No More was probably the first hard rock I’d ever heard. They’re what made me go back and listen to Slayer and Metallica. “Angel Dust” wasn’t as commercially viable as “The Real Thing”, but I think it’s probably their best album. It’s got stuff on it that isn’t typical of anything else they’ve ever done. I’m a huge fan of Faith No More singer Mike Patton. Serj Tankian (System Of A Down) (2003)

    I’ve always loved melodic, heavy music. For my generation, it was Faith No More; (Mike) Patton wrote killer melodies over really heavy music Scott Shriner (weezer) (2008)


    (Mike Patton, 1992)


    ALBUMS WITH CHUCK MOSLEY

    WE CARE A LOT (1985)


    INTRODUCE YOURSELF (1987)


    ALBUMS WITH MIKE PATTON

    THE REAL THING (1989)


    ANGEL DUST (1992)


    KING FOR A DAY... FOOL FOR A LIFETIME (1995)


    ALBUM OF THE YEAR (1997)


    SOL INVICTUS (2015)


    @Jerry_Seinfeld
    @AudioConsulting
    @cotton_dockers

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    7 ALBUMS // 7 SONGS

    BEST OF PLAYLIST

    Here’s a little selection i did for this thread as a quick rundown of their discography, for presentation sake or short introduction for curious new comers, i mostly picked one single per album to make it easy (however since the first album didn’t have one i picked my favorite from it):


    Arabian Disco

    We Care A Lot (1985)


    We Care A Lot

    Introduce Yourself (1987)


    Epic

    The Real Thing (1989)


    Midlife Crisis

    Angel Dust (1992)


    Evidence

    King For A Day... Fool For A Lifetime (1995)


    Ashes To Ashes

    Album Of The Year (1997)


    Superhero

    Sol Invictus (2015)

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    I would say I am the originator. (when asked about the origins of rap rock) Some will argue and say the Chili Peppers, and I will say, “No, that was funk.” Some will say the Beastie Boys, and I’ll say, “No, they were playing punk rock, then they started playing the beats, then they started playing the rock. Chuck Mosley (2017)

    REST IN PEACE CHUCK MOSLEY (1959 - 2017)


    also needless to say this is also a space to talk anything Mike the man with 6 octaves Patton related projects really (did you guys know he officially has the widest vocal range in rock music?)

    ERIC ANDRE x MIKE PATTON INTERVIEW

    Mr Bungle’s “The Raging Wrath of the Easter Bunny Demo” OUT NOW

    “The Raging Wrath Of The Easter Bunny Demo” is a re-recording of the band's first self-released demo tape of the same name from 1986 from when they were teenagers (Mike was 18). It's their first album to be released in over 20 years. It's also the first album to feature former Slayer drummer Dave Lombardo and Anthrax guitarist Scott Ian.

    enjoy 🤗

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    posting this to open it up: a cover of Scarface theme because what a way to start your show

    it reminds me of this left off:

    wish that made onto Angel Dust smh samples clearing bs

    @Choking_Butterfly you should give them a shot, it can be all over the place at first impression because of the many styles but it’s so rich

    @RVI @rise_zero not sure if u guys into them or not

  • RETURN OF THE KING

  • I've never given them a proper listen tbh

    What's a good album?

  • Ayeee what’s up bro!? Glad to see you back. Killer thread, tons of good stuff in here.

    Did you listen to the newest Mr.Bungle? Really enjoyed that, Dave Lombardo on drums

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    Bad Finger Boogie

    RETURN OF THE KING

    awshieett ty ty

    this ones for yall twin peaks gang

    @Tha7osavage @Danny

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    rise zero

    I've never given them a proper listen tbh

    What's a good album?

    mmm depends where you coming from like if u fw metal go straight into angel dust

    if you want some killing joke 80s style stuff their first albums with chuck mosley is more relevant

    but if not id say king for a day is definitely the best opening door to get a good and accessible idea? and from there on anything that they dropped afterwards

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    Jerry Seinfeld

    Ayeee what’s up bro!? Glad to see you back. Killer thread, tons of good stuff in here.

    Did you listen to the newest Mr.Bungle? Really enjoyed that, Dave Lombardo on drums

    thank you boss, took lotta work whewww

    hell yeahh!! it’s a banger SO f***ing good to hear that crazy ass thrash energy and such legends stepping in too

    some ppl might misunderstand it and expect pattons more “experimental” stuff that’s why i added that note bc i feel the fans might be underwhelmed and not get it that’s it’s a re-recording of material they did when they were teenagers, so in hindsight it’s even better in how f***ing hard it goes for 1986 lol

    altho im used to the bootleg quality it brought some charm especially to the intro song which is a fav, s*** takes me back to some stuff that inspired me

    so f***ing depressed of covid putting a hold on the FNM reunion tour, i f***ing wish they would surprise drop us an album to make up for it but idk, i think patton denied any new music in the work altho roddy stated otherwise some time ago.. ugh i want it so bad tho i loved sol invictus, it’s not as wild as their other work but still who else be doing s*** this cool yknow

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    awshieett ty ty

    this ones for yall twin peaks gang

    !https://youtu.be/V8wCoIVCcLg

    @Tha7osavage @Danny

    Oh yeah dis fye

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    posting this to open it up: a cover of Scarface theme because what a way to start your show

    !https://youtu.be/7Z1Sj0B6UJY

    it reminds me of this left off:

    !https://youtu.be/XXEMTvOmAXM

    wish that made onto Angel Dust smh samples clearing bs

    @Choking_Butterfly you should give them a shot, it can be all over the place at first impression because of the many styles but it’s so rich

    @RVI @rise_zero not sure if u guys into them or not

    wow bro how are you so f***ing real im literally listening to them right now (ricochet) and have been all week

    wb

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    ithaka

    awshieett ty ty

    this ones for yall twin peaks gang

    !https://youtu.be/V8wCoIVCcLg

    @Tha7osavage @Danny

    listened to this fantomas album for the first time 2 days ago

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    Tha7osavage

    Oh yeah dis fye

    even way back in like 93 FNM started to cover the tv show theme before launching into a song, real s***

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    rvi

    wow bro how are you so f***ing real im literally listening to them right now (ricochet) and have been all week

    wb

    ricochet will have to make a post about that song and its story that relates to kurt cobain

    ty brother missed u

  • My favorite track from them

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    i was just thinking the other day: is roddy bottum the first rockstar to ever openly come out

    and then i looked it up and found this:
    kerrang.com/features/what-was-it-like-to-come-out-as-the-first-openly-gay-rockstar

    mf wrote lyrics about sucking d*** (this way back in 1992) to have mike patton sing it

    and that mf owned that s***

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    Sir Swagalot

    My favorite track from them

    !https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iPASiFckzgk

    i been heavily into the later stuff as of now, i think album of the year and sol invictus are so underrated

    i mean this song is just divine mann

    what’s ur ranking ?

  • I only know Epic but I’m going to listen to these albums. I had no idea they had so many co-signs tbh

  • ithaka

    i been heavily into the later stuff as of now, i think album of the year and sol invictus are so underrated

    i mean this song is just divine mann

    !https://youtu.be/-_U6165DVeM

    what’s ur ranking ?

    Angel Dust
    King for a Day
    Sol Invictus
    AOTY
    The Real Thing
    Introduce Yourself
    We Care a Lot

    I'm not too big on the early years but yeah their last album and AOTY are underrated af

  • rvi 🧁
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    ithaka

    ricochet will have to make a post about that song and its story that relates to kurt cobain

    ty brother missed u

    thread is so perfect just as im getting more into them originally heard years ago but only loved angel dust. and dont know much about anything other than the music tbh

    my rank (didnt listen to debut or last album yet)

    Angel Dust
    The Real Thing (very close to #1)
    King for a Day/Album o the Year
    Introduce Yourself

    fav songs:
    Midlife Crisis
    From Out of Nowhere
    The Real Thing
    Ashes to Ashes
    King for a Day
    Smaller and Smaller
    Malpractice
    Surprise You're Dead

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    ithaka

    i was just thinking the other day: is roddy bottum the first rockstar to ever openly come out

    and then i looked it up and found this:
    https://www.kerrang.com/features/what-was-it-like-to-come-out-as-the-first-openly-gay-rockstar/

    mf wrote lyrics about sucking d*** (this way back in 1992) to have mike patton sing it

    !https://youtu.be/m3M6q4w7wO0

    and that mf owned that s***

    not first "rock star" probably but i think the first metal musician

    a h****legend for sure. very very mportant contribution to the band too

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    JeffersonSteelflex

    I only know Epic but I’m going to listen to these albums. I had no idea they had so many co-signs tbh

    that’s the energy i fw

    id say try king for a day!

    yeah there’s more where that came from regarding co-signs and funny stories like the feud with rhcp, ill make some posts to cover that later on

    epic is their one hit wonder -a great at it that is, ppl don’t realize how a fun song it is yet how so much stuff there is going in there especially for 1989, a song that starts with trumpets, jumps into rap, has a big stadium hook then has a heavy metal breakdown and ends on a piano classical outro? like goddamn talk about a b****in single- but they became so much influential in how they switch styles.. always ahead of time

    i mean this the band that had in 1992 a cover of a lionel richie song on a metal album yknow?

    so beautiful..

    they god damn king of covers, their iconic take of i started a joke

    absolute pristine vocal performance that really does justice to the beegees, who would’ve thought from a metal band frontman, but then again who shouldn’t thought coming from the singer that has the widest vocal range

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    Sir Swagalot

    Angel Dust
    King for a Day
    Sol Invictus
    AOTY
    The Real Thing
    Introduce Yourself
    We Care a Lot

    I'm not too big on the early years but yeah their last album and AOTY are underrated af

    that’s a good rank

    yeaahhh i can see that altho im starting to gain more appreciation because of like, for the eighties it was such outcast music, that’s the connection that follows through today: avantgardisme

    i read the other day how anne’s song for example drew some comparisons to bowie (ill make a post about their love for david bowie sometime soon) and that made me go back revalue the song bc, wow if bowie dropped that in the eighties we would’ve loved it! but because it’s FNM we perceive it differently.... isn’t that interesting? context somehow really changes some pov

    i love arabian disco that one is absolutely a keeper and we care a lot, the “well it’s a dirty job but someone’s gotta do it” stays in my head for DAYS fr

    but yeh id still rank it bottom, rip chuck tho bless him im glad they got together one last time to play the first album in full

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    rvi

    thread is so perfect just as im getting more into them originally heard years ago but only loved angel dust. and dont know much about anything other than the music tbh

    my rank (didnt listen to debut or last album yet)

    Angel Dust
    The Real Thing (very close to #1)
    King for a Day/Album o the Year
    Introduce Yourself

    fav songs:
    Midlife Crisis
    From Out of Nowhere
    The Real Thing
    Ashes to Ashes
    King for a Day
    Smaller and Smaller
    Malpractice
    Surprise You're Dead

    thats so cool im glad i did it, at first when i tagged u and posted that i had a second thought and was like wait why the f*** are you asking the og of the motherfucking official METAL THREAD if he knows them stoopid

    last album as mike put it best:

    It’s a post-punk record with tons of atmosphere. It’s like ELO or The Beach Boys going through a gothic laundry cycle.

    thats on @Elric @Lawdie yessiir

    LOVE LOVE this song (which fits his description the best imo)

    they have a funny n cute history with black sabbath there’s more to the war pigs cover ill make a post covering that too

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