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Artist: Faith No More

Title: Angel Dust

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Category: Hard Rock

Year: 1992

Label: Slash Records

Catalog Number: 828 321-2

Personnel

Mike Patton vocals
Roddy Bottum keyboards
Bill Gould bass
Mike Bordin drums
Jim Martin guitars

Tracks

1.  Land of Sunshine  
2.  Caffeine  
3.  Midlife Crisis  
4.  RV  
5.  Smaller and Smaller  
6.  Everything's Ruined  
7.  Malpractice  
8.  Kindergarten  
9.  Be Aggressive  
10.  A Small Victory  
11.  Crack Hitler  
12.  Jizzlobber  
13.  Midnight Cowboy  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: Kip Date: September 14, 2005 at 4:10
OMG why is this band here? *barf* I'll admit I have this album because Midlife Crisis is kinda cool but I only got it because everything else on the radio in 1992 was absolute garbage. Be Agressive is a fun song and Land of Sunshine is interesting. A Small Victory has its moments as well, but no way would I ever recommend this band/album to any melodic rockers. Strange band. I'm going with a NA rating here.

From: Priest On E Date: March 23, 2006 at 16:23
Cool album. Its not really heavy harmonies music but much better than most shit in 1992. THE LAND OF SUNSHINE, CAFFINE, MIDLIFE CRISIS, RV, EVERYTHING'S RUINED and MIDNIGHT COWBOY are the highlights. Jim Martin is an excellent guitarist, very underatted. Mike Patten is also a more than capable, if different, vocalist. Check out the more metallic THE REAL THING of 89, as this is slightly more alternative. Great album and something that stood out in 1992.

From: Fat Freddy Date: February 9, 2007 at 17:33
Coming off of the incredible success of THE REAL THING, legend has it that FNM made this one weirder and more alternative-leaning on purpose in order to lose all the trendy MTV fans they'd picked up on the previous album and regain some of their critical-darling underground "cred." If that's true, then it worked great on me. I hated this album!!


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