brendanissnaz
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1Faith No More
King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime


10/10, although there isn't as much genre blending, more just a spread of genres here, it all works wonderfully. It brings back the punk influence that wasn't as prevalent after Introduce Yourself as well, and it's a welcome return.
2Faith No More
Angel Dust


Near perfect, with the exception of Smaller and Smaller (though the chanting part is cool), strong 9 out of 10.
3Faith No More
Introduce Yourself


The Chuck Mosley Era is severely underrated and IY easily goes toe-to-toe with any of the lesser Patton albums. Everything comes together here nicely in an endearingly sloppy album. 8/10.
4Faith No More
Album of the Year


I think it's pretty well accepted that Jon Hudson is the least favorite FNM guitarist they've had, and while I fall in that same camp, I think he plays his part well on both albums he is featured on. While his riffs are pretty bare-bones, he understands the assignment of each song and fits neatly into each, while comfortably avoiding hogging the spotlight. Often this works to the band's advantage (on Collision, Stripsearch, and Pristina), but some tracks call for the other members to shine a little brighter and they don't quite hit the mark. Home Sick Home is the worst offender of this and it's easily my least favorite Patton-era track. 7/10.
5Faith No More
The Real Thing


Controversial, but I do not think Mike Patton's vocals work on this album and each time I listen I find myself wishing for Chuck's earnestly sloppy approach over Mike's obnoxiously bratty tone. The instrumentals are god-tier, but the vocals (and some of the lyrics) do not fit the music well. 7/10.
6Faith No More
Sol Invictus


A strong comeback with a few excellent tracks. I enjoyed this a lot on release but I rarely revisit it and I have to think pretty hard to think of memorable moments outside a couple songs. Essential only for hardcore fans who want more FNM. 6/10
7Faith No More
We Care a Lot


WCaL is interesting to see the band's sound developed so early in their career and a number of the songs here are classics, but nearly all those songs exist in a superior form in a rerecorded or live version. 6/10.
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