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Releases : 49     Total votes : 33     Reviews : 2
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Band

Faith No More

a.k.a.ex-Sharp Young Man, ex-Faith No Man
CountryUnited States
Formed1982, San Francisco, California, United States
GenresAvant-garde Metal, Alternative Metal, Heavy Metal
LabelsSlash Records, Ipecac Recordings

Line-up (members)

  • Mike Patton : Vocals (1988-1998, 2009-)
  • Jon Hudson : Guitars (1996-1998, 2009-)
  • Billy Gould : Bass (1981-1998, 2009-)
  • Mike "Puffy" Bordin : Drums (1981-1998, 2009-)
  • Roddy Bottum : Keyboards (1982-1998, 2009-)

Former members

  • Mike "The Man" Morris : Guitars, Vocals (1981-1983)
  • Wade Worthington : Keyboards (1981)
  • Scott Colbertson : Guitars (1983)
  • Desmond Trial : Guitars (1983)
  • Mark Stewart : Guitars (1983)
  • Jim Martin : Guitars (1983-1993)
  • Jake Crucifix : Guitars (1983)
  • Joe "Pop-o-Pie" Pye : Vocals (1983)
  • Courtney Love : Vocals (1983)
  • Paula Frazer : Vocals (1983)
  • Walter : Vocals (1983)
  • Mark Bowen : Guitars (1984-1985)
  • Chuck Mosley : Vocals (1984-1988)
  • Trey Spruance : Guitars (1993-1995)
  • Dean Menta : Guitars (1995-1996)
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Discography

Album titleRankTypeRelease dateRatingVotesReviews
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We Care a Lot preview CollectionWish List Studio 75 10
preview CollectionWish List Single 100 10
Introduce Yourself preview CollectionWish List Studio 75 10
preview CollectionWish List Single - 00
The Real Thing preview 777CollectionWish List Studio 91.1 101
preview CollectionWish List Single - 00
preview CollectionWish List EP - 00
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preview CollectionWish List Single 100 10
preview CollectionWish List Single - 00
preview CollectionWish List Single - 00
preview CollectionWish List Live - 00
preview CollectionWish List Split - 00
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Angel Dust preview 1,748CollectionWish List Studio 87.3 80
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preview CollectionWish List Video - 00
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preview CollectionWish List EP - 00
preview CollectionWish List Single 100 10
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King for a Day, Fool for a Lifetime preview CollectionWish List Studio 77 21
preview CollectionWish List Single - 00
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preview CollectionWish List Single 80 10
Album of the Year preview CollectionWish List Studio 85 20
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preview CollectionWish List Compilation 90 10
preview CollectionWish List Video - 00
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preview CollectionWish List Boxed set - 00
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Sol Invictus preview CollectionWish List Studio 82.5 40
Additional notes
There was an earlier incarnation of Faith No More that existed in 1979-1980. The lineup remains unknown, but back then, they were known as Sharp Young Man, who changed their name to Faith No Man before finally settling with their current name.

Faith No More were split-up from April 1998 to February 2009. After spending 2009 and 2010 touring the world, they played their final reunion concert at Estadio Bicentenario de La Florida in Santiago, Chile on December 5, 2010. However, they had continued to play live shows since then. The band last toured in 2012, before going on hiatus and resurfacing in 2014.

Many consider Faith No More to be the fathers of the "alternative metal" genre. Their popularity grew with the 1989 now-legendary album "The Real Thing" containing their well-known hit "Epic." The band remains a dominant influence on the genre they helped create.

Then-guitarist Jim Martin briefly appeared in the 1991 comedy science fiction film "Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey" (starring Keanu Reeves, Alex Winter and George Carlin), a sequel to "Excellent Adventure" the original Bill & Ted. Faith No More also contributed a song called "The Perfect Crime" to the soundtrack of "Bogus Journey."
Info / Statistics
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Albums : 101,799
Reviews : 6,567
Lyrics : 94,281
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