Faith No More

Faith No More

Also known as Faith-No-More, Faith. No More, FNM
Also there is musicians of Faith No More: Billy Gould, Chuck Mosley, Dean Menta, Jim Martin, Jon Hudson, Mike Bordin, Mike Patton, Roddy Bottum, Trey Spruance
Find this performer (artist or band) in the Internet: http://www.fnm.com, http://www.myspace.com/faithnomore, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Faith_No_More

Discography of Faith No More:

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# Cover Release title Total tracks Download release Imprint date Label
1 Faith No More - Ashes To Ashes Ashes To Ashes 2 ↓ mp3 1998-01-08
2 Faith No More - A Small Victory (Remixed By Youth) A Small Victory (Remixed By Youth) 4 ↓ mp3 1992
3 Faith No More - Another Body Murdered Another Body Murdered 4 ↓ mp3 1993
4 Faith No More - A Small Victory (Remixed By Youth) A Small Victory (Remixed By Youth) 6 ↓ mp3 1992-10-29
5 Faith No More - Ashes To Ashes Ashes To Ashes 3 ↓ mp3 1997-05-19
6 Faith No More - Digging The Grave Digging The Grave 4 ↓ mp3 1995-02-27
7 Faith No More - King For A Day Fool For A Lifetime King For A Day Fool For A Lifetime 14 ↓ mp3 1995-03-14
8 Faith No More - Angel Dust Angel Dust 13 ↓ mp3 1992-06-08
9 Faith No More - Angel Dust Angel Dust 14 ↓ mp3 1993-01-29
10 Faith No More - Midlife Crisis Midlife Crisis 4 ↓ mp3 1992-05-26
11 From Out Of Nowhere 4 ↓ mp3 1990-05-02
12 Faith No More - Epic Epic 2 ↓ mp3 1990-01-30
13 I'm Easy / Be Aggressive 4 ↓ mp3 1992-12-29
14 Faith No More - Ricochet Ricochet 3 ↓ mp3 1995
15 Live At The Brixton Academy 8 ↓ mp3 1991-02-04
16 Introduce Yourself 10 ↓ mp3 1987
17 Faith No More - King For A Day....Fool For A Lifetime King For A Day....Fool For A Lifetime 23 ↓ mp3 1995-09-01
18 Faith No More - The Real Thing The Real Thing 11 ↓ mp3 1989-07-16
19 Faith No More - A Small Victory A Small Victory 4 ↓ mp3 1992-08-03
20 Everything's Ruined 3 ↓ mp3 1992
21 Faith No More - Ricochet Ricochet 3 ↓ mp3 1995-05-01
22 Video Croissant 10 ↓ mp3 1993
23 Faith No More - King For A Day Fool For A Lifetime King For A Day Fool For A Lifetime 14 ↓ mp3 1995-03-13
24 Faith No More - Album Of The Year Album Of The Year 19 ↓ mp3 1997-06-09
25 Faith No More - We Care A Lot We Care A Lot 10 ↓ mp3 1985 Mordam Records
26 Introduce Yourself 10 ↓ mp3 1987
27 Faith No More - Who Cares A Lot? The Greatest Hits Who Cares A Lot? The Greatest Hits 20 ↓ mp3
28 Live At The Brixton Academy 10 ↓ mp3 1991-02-04
29 Faith No More - Midlife Crisis Midlife Crisis 4 ↓ mp3 1992-05-26
30 I'm Easy (Live) / Be Aggressive (Live) 4 ↓ mp3 1992-12-29
31 You Fat B**tards (Live At The Brixton Academy) 11 ↓ mp3 1990-08-01
32 Faith No More - Epic Epic 4 ↓ mp3 1990-01-30
33 Faith No More - From Out Of Nowhere From Out Of Nowhere 4 ↓ mp3 1990-04-02
34 I'm Easy / Be Aggressive 4 ↓ mp3 1993-01-04
35 Faith No More - Digging The Grave Digging The Grave 3 ↓ mp3 1995-03-06
36 Faith No More - Ricochet Ricochet 4 ↓ mp3 1995-05-01
37 Album Of The Year 12 ↓ mp3 1999
38 Faith No More - Songs To Make Love To Songs To Make Love To 4 ↓ mp3 1993-04-03
39 Faith No More - A Small Victory A Small Victory 2 ↓ mp3 1992
40 Faith No More - The Real Thing The Real Thing 9 ↓ mp3 1989-07-16
41 Faith No More - A Small Victory A Small Victory 3 ↓ mp3 1992-08-03
42 We Care A Lot 10 ↓ mp3 1996 London Records
43 The Real Thing 11 ↓ mp3 1999
44 Faith No More - Angel Dust Angel Dust 11 ↓ mp3 1992
45 Angel Dust 19 ↓ mp3 1993
46 Ashes To Ashes (Remixes) 2 ↓ mp3 1997 Motor Music
47 Faith No More - Last Cup Of Sorrow Last Cup Of Sorrow 4 ↓ mp3 1997-08-01
48 King For A Day Fool For A Lifetime 15 ↓ mp3 1995-03-13
49 Faith No More - Evidence Evidence 4 ↓ mp3 1995
50 Angel Dust 14 ↓ mp3 1992
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Faith No More was formed after the breakup of [a=Faith No Man]. They underwent several lineup changes including a period of where they would play 'open mic' shows where they'd invite people to take on vocal duties. [a=Courtney Love] and [a=Paula Frazer] were two of the temporary vocalists which occasioned the mic at these shows. Finally they settled on [a=Chuck Mosley] (Vocals), [a=Roddy Bottum] (Keyboards), [a=Billy Gould] (Bass Guitar), [a=Mike Bordin] (drums) and [a=Jim Martin] (Guitar). They released their debut album 'We Care A Lot' on Mordam Records in 1985. They were signed to Slash Records and released Introduce Yourself in 1987. This album spawned their first hit We Care A lot. Due to tensions within the band Chuck Mosley was fired prior to the recording of their third studio album The Real Thing. Mosley was replaced by [a=Mike Patton]. The Real Thing was released in 1989 to critical and commercial acclaim. It featured another rock/rap hit called 'Epic' plus a string of other minor hit singles. 'The Real Thing' was the first album by the band to achieve platinum sales figures in the US. Their fourth studio album 'Angel Dust' the second with new vocalist Mike Patton. The album met critical success and is often deemed their most important record. It is often cited as the album which gave birth to Nu-Metal. This album’s darker themes; frequent genre changes Patton's maturation and vocal versatility was a drastic shift in artistic direction and saw another rift open, often publically between the band and guitarist Jim Martin. Jim Martin was sacked via fax following the 'Angel Dust' tour in late 1993. In 1995 after auditioning several guitarists including [a=Killing Joke]'s [a=Geordie Walker], the band hired [a=Mr. Bungle] guitarist [a=Trey Spruance] and recorded 'King For A Day, Fool For A Lifetime'. Trey Spruance completed the record but made it clear that touring the record would not be possible. The band hired [a=Dean Menta] to fill in for the tour. The album had a mixed critical response which was followed by lukewarm album sales which led to the cancellation of part of their 1995 European tour. During the writing for 'Album Of The Year' the band replaced Dean Menta with Billy Gould's former room-mate [a=Jon Hudson]. Hudson was heavily involved in the writing of the album, helping with all three of the released singles from 'Album of The Year'. The album was received well both critically and commercially compared to 'King For A Day' but it became clear that due to conflicting side projects that Faith No More would either have to end or be put on hiatus. With Mike Bordin joining Black Sabbath, Mike Patton committed to Mr. Bungle for the foreseeable future and Roddy Bottum moonlighting with Imperial Teen the band chose to split amid weeks of rumour and speculation. The announcement was made by Billy Gould via email on April 20th 1998. On February 24, 2009 the band announced their reunion as a touring entity. Between 2011 and in 2014 they played three new songs. In September 2014 they announced that a Warner Bros. agreed to formally end their recording contract which allowed them to launch their new label [l744098] which would release a new single in November 2014 and an album in April 2015.

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