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Faith No More

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Faith No More: Whistle Down The Wind… Hear My Train a'Comin'

Interview by Neil Perry, Sounds, 23 January 1988

The dancefloor heavy metal of FAITH NO MORE makes them one of the prime contenders for '88 and the lyrics of vocalist Chuck Mosely penetrate ...

Faith No More: No More Mr Nice Guy

Interview by Roy Wilkinson, Sounds, 21 May 1988

As the custom-made rock off FAITH NO MORE goes into overdrive in Belgium, ROY WILKINSON is on hand to meet them. ...

Metallica, Faith No More: Kalifornia Kreamin'

Report and Interview by Steffan Chirazi, Kerrang!, 21 October 1989

In a power-package guaranteed to lay waste to most of the Free World, never mind the state of California, METALLICA signed up their Bay Area ...

From Out Of The Underground: Faith No More

Interview by Christine Natanael, Metal Mania, March 1990

WALKING INTO the offices of Warner Brothers, I knew that this wasn't going to be a normal interview. I mean, I couldn't just ask the ...

Faith No More: Charge Of The Fright Brigade

Interview by Neil Perry, Melody Maker, 5 May 1990


Faith No More: Artists Of The Year

Interview by Frank Owen, Spin, December 1990

WHETHER HE'S advising Sassy readers to take drugs, kill babies, and steal everything, or wearing a shirt with multiple images of Jesus Christ jacking off ...

Faith No More

Report by Christine Natanael, Powerline, January 1991

As Faith No More go from bizarre cult status to mainstream success (and who would've guessed?) their old palster, Christine Natanael gets the story. Yes, ...

Faith No More: Testing Your Faith

Interview by Steffan Chirazi, Kerrang!, 22 February 1992

Recording their third studio LP — currently in the mixing stage and titled Angel Dust — was always going to be a trying time for ...

Faith No More: Angel Dust (Slash)

Review by Simon Reynolds, Melody Maker, 30 May 1992


Haircuts That Kill (a.k.a. Faith No More): The Marquee, London

Live Review by Gavin Martin, New Musical Express, 30 May 1992


Faith No More: God, The Devil And All The Rest

Interview by Simon Reynolds, The Observer, 7 June 1992

Despite starting out as an anti-people band, Faith No More's last album, 1989's The Real Thing, has sold millions, even though its baroque, doom-laden fusion ...

Faith No More: Angel Dust (Slash 828 321-2)

Review by Paul Elliott, Vox, July 1992

IN THE '90s, rock Is changing — or at least, public tastes are changing. Nirvana's Nevermind has topped the US album chart and is now ...

Faith No More: Dusted In A Zone Of Their Own

Profile and Interview by Christine Natanael, LiveWire, September 1992

ONE EVENING, as I sat in a friend's living room eating Chinese food, watching cable comedy shows and feeling my deadline time approach, I began ...

Faith No More

Profile and Interview by Simon Witter, Sky, 1993

Mike’s pierced eyebrow epitomizes Faith No More’s finger to the world. With a trail of trashed hotels and hospitalized fans behind them and a singer ...

Faith No More: King For A Day... Fool For A Lifetime

Review by Pippa Lang, Metal Hammer, March 1995

FAITH NO MORE. as we know, have no problems with inhibitions. In fact. it's become their privilege to take risks. But how does any band ...

Faith No More: King For A Day… Fool For A Lifetime (Slash)

Review by Caitlin Moran, Melody Maker, 11 March 1995

Faith No More apparently expect us to take their funk-metal Queen-isms seriously. Not CAITLIN MORAN. When the shit hits the fan, they just make her ...

Faith No More: Regrets, They Have A Few

Interview by Phil Sutcliffe, Q, May 1995

"I'M A FUCKED-up individual," says Roddy Bottum, Faith No More's keyboard player, reviewing recent difficult times. He grins, sort of. ...

Ozz-Fest: California Screaming!

Report and Interview by Steffan Chirazi, Kerrang!, 12 June 1997

The greatest show on earth has FEAR FACTORY, MANSON, TYPE O, MACHINE HEAD and COAL CHAMBER on one bill — and it's just destroyed America. This ...

Faith No More: 33 Gleibe Freiheit, Hamburg

Live Review by Neil Kulkarni, Vox, January 1998

The Fifth Element ...

Faith No More

Book Excerpt by Phil Hardy, Dave Laing, 'Faber Companion to 20th Century Popular Music', 2001

Roddy Bottum, b. 1 July 1963, Los Angeles, California, USA; Mike 'Puffy' Bordin, b. 27 November 1962, San Francisco, California; Billy Gould, b. 24 April ...

Download: Donington Park

Live Review by Stephen Dalton, The Times, June 2009

IF HEAVY METAL is the working man's opera, to paraphrase Iron Maiden singer Bruce Dickinson, then Download is its Glyndebourne. ...

Faith No More at The Brixton Academy

Live Review by Caroline Sullivan, The Guardian, 13 June 2009

FAITH NO MORE's first gig in 11 years starts on a promisingly high note. A keyboard tinkles a lullaby melody, a spotlight picks out singer ...

see also Imperial Teen


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