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212, 2010

Hollywood highlights part 2: Kiss and Say Goodbye, Sparks and Pristina

December 2nd, 2010|Faith No More, Video vault|53 Comments

Another hugely mixed up set list for the second Hollywood night and final night of the US leg of the Second Coming tour. Here are some video highlights.
Manhattan/Barry White cover Kiss and Say Goodbye

(via tbrandao)

This Town Ain’t Big Enough for Both of Us featuring Sparks

Pristina with stage dive

212, 2010

Faith No More T in the Park rumours not true

December 2nd, 2010|Tour dates|8 Comments

The supposed leak of images suggesting that Faith No More will be playing Scotland’s T in the Park festival next summer is an elaborate hoax.
Just to clarify, the band have told us that it is a hoax.
The Foo Fighters have been confirmed as headliners.

112, 2010

Faith No More in Hollywood Part 2

December 1st, 2010|Faith No More, News|43 Comments

Faith No More return to the Hollywood Palladium tonight for potentially their final US show.

Setlist
Pills for Breakfast
Be Aggressive
Land of Sunshine
Everything’s Ruined
Evidence
Got that Feeling
Last Cup of Sorrow
Helpless
Cuckoo for Caca
Ben
Ashes to Ashes
Midlife Crisis
Spirit
King for a Day
Epic
Lets just Kiss and Say Goodbye (Barry White/Manhattan cover)

This Town (with Sparks and Dean Menta)
Digging the Grave

We Care a Lot
Pristina


(copyright: Raymond Flotat – mxdwn)

Here’s what you need to know:
7pm: Doors
8-8.30pm: Mariachi Los Toros
9-9.45pm: Red Kross
10.30pm-12.30am: Faith No More

$20 tickets can get bought at Livenation.


Pic courtesy @mweintr on Twitter.
Apologies for not attributing sources to these as I usually do but was dropping them in from Twitter during the concert on an iPhone.

112, 2010

Hollywood highlights: Everything’s Ruined, Spirit and Helpless

December 1st, 2010|Faith No More, Video vault|11 Comments

So here are the three videos we all wanted to see from last night’s first Hollywood Palladium show.
Thanks to regular contributor tbrandao and YouTubers corosiano and talefromthepit

Everything’s Ruined

Spirit

Helpless

Here’s a review from mxdwn, who kept us up to date with their live tweets last night.
Sample quote: “One of several surprises from the night comes next in the form of Angel Dust track “Everything’s Ruined.” Bassist Billy Gould thumps out the chugging bassline while guitarist Jon Hudson plucks the soaring distorted chords that escalate the song’s energy. Along with Bottum’s plunging piano melody, it’s a sonic tapestry of stellar quality rarely heard in hard rock.”
And the review contains some cracking photos.

Thannks to everyone for their many, many commnts in the previous post, their tweets, photos and videos. Sounds like the Palladium has attracted a lot of fans worldwide from the FNM community playing homage for perhaps the final time. Enjoy tonight’s show too and keep the updates coming in the post to come. Wish I was there.

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