Monthly Archives: December 2010

2012, 2010

Links for a day…(vol. 72)

December 20th, 2010|Links for a day|54 Comments

1412, 2010

Links for a day…(vol. 71)

December 14th, 2010|Links for a day|48 Comments

  • Faith No More’s Hollywood tee is available in the US store and there are some holiday specials.
  • And here’s the rest of the world store. Deadline for Christmas orders has now passed except in the UK (19 December).
  • As many of you may know, We Care a Lot is used as the theme tune of the Discovery Channel show Dirty Jobs. In an interview with the San Francisco Chronicle, presenter Mike Rowe speaks about the choice of theme tune:
    “Have you ever run into a member of Faith No More?
  • You know, I know they’re from here. It’s so funny you say that. I heard “We Care a Lot,” which randomly came on in the gym the other day. I said “I’m going to send them an e-mail just to say thanks, because I picked that song.”
    The network didn’t want to do it because nobody in Silver Springs had ever heard of it. And I said “This is the right tune for the show.” They had three other songs in front of it, but (the rights weren’t secured) and this one came through. I’d love to meet them. Give them my regards.”
  • A Small Victory cover, any idea who it is by?
  • Mondo Cane’s Che Notte featured in an ad (pub for the Frenchies) for Krys opticians. (via Patton Archivo)
712, 2010

Faith No More Kiss and Say Goodbye

December 7th, 2010|Faith No More|142 Comments

After 75 shows in 34 countries, The Second Coming Tour has come to an end.
Here’s the band saying goodbye – for now at least – with their Manhattans cover, the 57th different song the band performed on the tour.

“This has got to be the saddest day of my life
I called you here today for a bit of bad news
I won’t be able to see you anymore

I’m gonna miss you, I can’t lie
Understand me, won’t you try
It’s gonna hurt me I can’t lie.”

Send us your thoughts on the tour, your experiences and your hopes for FNM’s future below.
Thanks for coming along here for the ride.

712, 2010

Faith No More Hollywood HD videos

December 7th, 2010|Faith No More, Video vault|2 Comments

via joepagejr

More videos at jopagejr’s YouTube channel and show him some love as his flight to the Chile show was cancelled.

612, 2010

Faith No More: the last show (for now) video and set list

December 6th, 2010|Faith No More, News|50 Comments

Some video is now surfacing of Faith No More’s final Second Coming show, which took place on Sunday night at the Estadio Bicentenario in Santiago.

Last Cup of Sorrow

Qué He Sacado con Quererte


No Son Pollos Son Pechugas (something about chicken breasts?)

Ben walkabout

Cuckoo for Caca

Kiss and Say Goodbye

What a way to sign off – not a dry eye in the house

(via setlist fm)
Everything’s Ruined
Be Aggressive
The Gentle Art of Making Enemies
Last Cup of Sorrow
Cuckoo for Caca
As The Worm Turns
Midlife Crisis
King for a Day
Qué He Sacado con Quererte [Violeta Parra]
Ashes to Ashes
Just a Man

Zombie Eaters
Surprise you’re dead
We Care a Lot

Digging The Grave

Kiss and Say Goodbye

Band tributes

512, 2010

Faith No More’s final Second Coming show in Santiago

December 5th, 2010|Faith No More, News, Tour dates|48 Comments

(via @Shimaru_)
Faith No More are due to go on stage at 2115 local time at the Estadio Bicentenario Municipal De La Florida in Santiago for the final show of the 2009-2010 Second Coming reunion tour and possibly the band’s final show ever.

There is no live video or audio stream that we are aware of but we will try to keep you updated here.

Not much news on songs played yet but Chilean media have reported that their were crowd disturbances before the concert and pepper spray used. Seems like a minor disturbance and here’s hoping everyone can enjoy the show.

Meanwhile, some video has surfaced of Epic on Twitter (via @sandrarriagada).

Setlist (i.e what we have heard they have played on Twitter)
Evidence (in Spanish)
Midlife Crisis
King for a Day…
Just a Man

Surprise You’re Dead
We Care a Lot
Kiss and Say Goodbye

412, 2010

Faith No More at the Teleton in Chile videos

December 4th, 2010|Faith No More|60 Comments

They came, they saw and the conquered. Resplendent in their pastel suits, Faith No More played Ashes to Ashes and Midlife Crisis at the Chilean Teleton at the Estadio Nacional tonight. According to the Holy Filament on Twitter, the Midlife Crisis interlude was a cover of “Que he sacado con quererte” by Violeta Parra.

The band were presented with a memento after their performance and Mike Patton took the opportunity to say “Gracias a ti, Don Corleone” to presenter Don Francisco. The band’s performance also got FNM trending on Twitter.


412, 2010

FNM trending on Twitter

December 4th, 2010|Faith No More, Twitter|1 Comment

In the wake of Faith No More’s performance on Chile’s Teleton both FNM and Mike Patton are trending on Twitter.

412, 2010

Faith No More at Hollywood: the reviews

December 4th, 2010|Faith No More, News|21 Comments

Faith No More’s US goodbye, for now at least, at the Hollywood Palladium this week may not have rocked the mainstream media but it did attract a lot of local media and specialist music media interest.

Leading our review round-up is “our own” Wanderlusting aka Karina Halle in Consequence of Sound, capturing the fin de siècle fever of the occasion.
Sample quote: “No wonder then that when Patton was crowd-surfing, the audience literally would not let him go, no matter how hard he was screaming and kicking. They were like a crowd of starving zombies, wanting more than he could give ever them. I didn’t blame them – no one here wanted to say goodbye. Maybe we could just keep him for one more night.”

OC Register: “Faith No More powerful at the Palladium”
Sample quote: “A stellar “Everything’s Ruined,” during which Jon Hudson really proved his mettle with distorted guitar sounds, and “Helpless,” replete with Patton’s crazy whistling and yelping, made their tour debuts here. Danny DeVito even danced across the stage at one point.”

Artistdirect: Faith No More – The Palladium – Hollywood
Sample quote: “Even with such a transcendent conclusion, “Helpless” still sticks out in this writer’s mind. Patton chanted “Help” over and over again upon the song’s finale, but it’s ironic. Faith No More don’t need any help from anyone. They changed the face of music forever for the better. They started a revolution that led to the formation of countless bands and another life for hard rock. They started it on their own terms, and they’ll end it that way as well.”

Brooklyn Vegan: Faith No More played 2 LA shows (pics, video, setlists), say they ‘will not exist after tonight’

Mxdwn – It’s It – Faith No More Live at the Palladium
Sample quote: “As a rock-and-roll band they never stopped redrawing the boundaries of what we consider “rock” or what they wanted it to be. They kept following that impulse, to reach beyond what was possible, what they couldn’t have. The results are without question. They are quite possibly the greatest rock group of our generation. The only bad thing? That they seem to be going their separate ways again.”

Photo slideshows:
LA Weekly

312, 2010

Pills for Breakfast at the Palladium

December 3rd, 2010|Faith No More, Video vault|17 Comments

Thanks to tbrandao

And Got that Feeling

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