A very belated update so thanks for sticking around. I am working on the foundations of a book on the band so any other free time is limited.
Fifty minutes on one song? Glad to know that I’m not the only person overindulging and analysing Faith No More. The Session programme on California’s 95.5 KLOS presents regular breakdowns of iconic songs and last week it was the turn of Faith No More’s Epic.
Here is their detailed, forensic and loving track-by-track, channel-by-channel analysis of the song, giving each band member their turn in the spotlight. An insightful, educational and entertaining listen.
Thanks to Patton Fanatic for this and spotting the deliberate mistake in an earlier version of this post.
We Care a Lot anniversary
Today is the 29th anniversary of the release of the second version Faith No More‘s single We Care a Lot. Naturally, Faith No More Followers have the lowdown with a special post here.
Angel Dust analysed
Ireland has a lot of grá for Faith No More. Radio station Newstalk has devoted a few shows to the band in the past few years and now Irish podcast Jackdaw Sandwich Record Club has dissected Angel Dust in their unique way.
Friend of the site Ben has interviewed frequent Mike Patton collaborator Kaada for Skwigly, and he speaks about working with Patton and his work on the Patton-featuring The Absence of Eddy Table.