Faith No More

Vinyl Records and Rare LPs:

Angel Dust
Audiophile - LP - MFSL 2-310
Sealed 2008 Foil Numbered, Limited Edition Half-Speed Mastered 2LP 180gm HQ Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold. “A Bizarro Masterpiece. Mike Patton's Work In Mr. Bungle Proved Just How Strange And Inspired He Could Get Given The Opportunity; Now, In His More Famous Act, Nothing Was Ignored. "Land Of Sunshine" Starts Things Off In A Vein Similar To The Real Thing, But Patton's Vocal Role-Playing Is Smarter And More Accomplished, With The Lyrics Trashing A Smug Bastard With Pure Inspired Mockery. From There, Angel Dust Mixes The Meta-Metal Of Earlier Days With The Expected Puree Of Other Influences, Including A Cinematic Sense Of Atmosphere. The Album Ends With A Cover Of John Barry's "Midnight Cowboy," Which Suits The Mood Perfectly, But The Stretched-Out, Tense Moments On "Caffeine" And The Soaring Charge Of "Everything's Ruined" Make For Other Good Examples. Even A Kronos Quartet Sample Crops Up On The Frazzled Sprawl Of "Malpractice." Patton's Voice Is Stronger And Downright Smooth At Many Points Throughout, The Musicians Collectively Still Know Their Stuff, And The Result Is Twisted Entertainment At Its Finest.” Ned Raggett, AMG. more
Angel Dust
Audiophile - LP - MFSL 2-310
Sealed, Long Out Of Print, Limited Edition, Numbered Half-Speed Mastered 2LP 180gm HQ Housed In A Deluxe Gatefold. This Is Low Number 00304 Of 2,000. “A Bizarro Masterpiece. Mike Patton's Work In Mr. Bungle Proved Just How Strange And Inspired He Could Get Given The Opportunity; Now, In His More Famous Act, Nothing Was Ignored. "Land Of Sunshine" Starts Things Off In A Vein Similar To The Real Thing, But Patton's Vocal Role-Playing Is Smarter And More Accomplished, With The Lyrics Trashing A Smug Bastard With Pure Inspired Mockery. From There, Angel Dust Mixes The Meta-Metal Of Earlier Days With The Expected Puree Of Other Influences, Including A Cinematic Sense Of Atmosphere. The Album Ends With A Cover Of John Barry's "Midnight Cowboy," Which Suits The Mood Perfectly, But The Stretched-Out, Tense Moments On "Caffeine" And The Soaring Charge Of "Everything's Ruined" Make For Other Good Examples. Even A Kronos Quartet Sample Crops Up On The Frazzled Sprawl Of "Malpractice." Patton's Voice Is Stronger And Downright Smooth At Many Points Throughout, The Musicians Collectively Still Know Their Stuff, And The Result Is Twisted Entertainment At Its Finest.” Ned Raggett, AMG. more
Anne's Song
Used - 12 - 886 278
1987 Release From Their Second Album (Before Mike Patton Replaced Chuck Mosley). Includes Remix Of "Anne's Song" Plus "Greed," Which Was Included On Their Debut Independent LP. Cover Has Tear On The Open Side. more
Introduce Yourself
Colored Vinyl - LIB5095
Unofficial Clear Blue Vinyl Original Still In Shrink Wrap. Chuck Mosley's Last Album With FNM Before Being Replaced By Mike Patton. more
Introduce Yourself
New Import - MOVLP 898
Sealed 2013 180gm Remastered Reissue On Standard Black Vinyl, By Music On Vinyl. more
King For A Day
New - LP - 45723-1
Factory Sealed 1995 2LP Vinyl Rarity. more
King For A Day
New - LP - 0190295973292
Sealed 2016 2LP 180gm Gatefold Reissue. Bonus LP Features Rare Tracks & Previously Unreleased Versions. more
King For A Day (Red Wax)
Colored Vinyl - 828 560
Sealed 1995 Limited Edition 2LP Pressed On Red Vinyl. more
Midlife Crisis
Picture Disc - LASHX 37
Limited, Numbered Special Edition UK 4 Track 12" Picture Disc Housed In A Generic Clear Sleeve With Custom Insert. This Is Number 06296. Does Not Include The Info Pack. more
Sol Invictus
New - LP - RR002LP
Sealed Latest Gatefold Reissue. Very Tiny Top Seam Spit Under Shrink. "In The Years Before Nirvana Rewrote The Book On The Commercial Possibilities Of Alternative Rock, Faith No More Were One Of The Rare Alt-rock Acts That Managed To Have A Major Commercial Success On Their Own Terms With The Catchy But Uncompromised Funk-metal Monster "Epic," From 1989's The Real Thing. But It Quickly Became Clear That Wild Card Vocalist Mike Patton, Who Joined During The Sessions For The Real Thing, Had Greater Stylistic Ambitions For Faith No More Than He Was Able To Cram Into That Album's Framework, And The Group's Follow-up, 1992's Angel Dust, Was A Strange, Fascinating, And Wildly Diverse Album That Blew Open The Group's Creative Palette Without Much Concern For Their New Audience, And In The Grand Tradition Of The Beastie Boys' Paul's Boutique, It Was At Once A Creative Touchstone And A Commercial Disappointment. While Faith No More Soldiered On To Make Two More Fine Albums Before Calling It Quits In 1998, The Band's Furious Eclecticism Seemed To Reach A Wider Audience After They Broke Up, Thanks To The Cult Following That Embraced Patton's Later Projects Such As Tomahawk, Fantomas, And Peeping Tom, And Looked Back To Faith No More With Open Ears. While It's More Unified And Less Aggressively Eccentric Than Angel Dust, 2015's Sol Invictus -- Faith No More's First Album Since Regrouping For Live Work In 2011 -- Certainly Captures The Same "Anything Goes" Spirit Of Their Best Album, And The Results Capture The Feel Of Their Finest Work. The Band's Willfully Bent Take On Hard Rock Is A Bit Softened Here, Thanks To The Continuing Absence Of Original Guitarist Jim Martin, But Jon Hudson's Six-string Work Is More Than Up To The Shape-shifting Attack Of This Album, And Keyboardist Roddy Bottum Shines Here As The Songs Swing Between The Arty And The Claustrophobically Intense, Ambitious In Their Melodic Structures But Unafraid To Hit Hard (And Bassist Bill Gould And Drummer Mike Bordin Bring Both The Precision And The Muscle This Music Demands). And If You Want To Argue That Mike Patton Took Control Of The Group Once "Epic" Hit (And You'd Probably Be Right), There's No Question That He Did Some Impressive Work With The Materials At His Disposal, And Even As Sol Invictus Sounds More Collaborative Than Angel Dust, It Shows He Had The Chops And The Crackpot Vision To Lead This Band Into Strange But Remarkable Places. From The Churning Paranoia Of "Separation Anxiety" And The Distressed Funk Of "Sunny Side Up" To The Blasting Impact Of "Cone Of Shame" And The Broadly Theatrical Closing Number "From The Dead," Patton's Range Is Every Bit As Broad As The Band's, And If He Hasn't Guided Faith No More To A Second Masterpiece, Sol Invictus Is Their Best And Most Compelling Work Since Angel Dust, And The Rare Reunion Album That Truly Adds To The Strength Of The Group's Legacy Rather Than Diluting It." AMG Review By Mark Deming. more
Sol Invictus
New - LP - RR002LP
Factory Sealed, Mail Order Only 2015 Clear Gold Virgin Vinyl Original Housed In A Gold Embossed Gatefold With Custom "Clear Vinyl" Hype Sticker. more
Sol Invictus
New - LP - RR002LP
Sealed 2015 Gatefold Original. more
The Real Thing
New - LP - 25878
Sealed 1989 Original With Custom Lyric Inner Sleeve. Pristine Copy. more
The Real Thing
Used - LP - 25878
1989 Original With Gold Promo Stamp On Front Jacket And Custom Inner Lyric Sleeve. Appears Glossy, Unplayed. more

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