Faith No More - The Rise of Alternative Metal
A unique mashing of heavy metal, funk, hip-hop and
progressive rock has allowed Faith No More to develop a substantial cult following. Widely considered one of the most influential
alternative metal bands of the late '80s and early '90s, the Faith No More discography consists of six studio albums. Multiple
line-up changes - most noticeably the replacement of singer Chuck Mosley with Mike Patton - accelerated rumours of the band's
demise in 1998, but in 2009 the members of Faith No More were reunited again.
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Faith No More Biography - Road to Success
In the early '80s the band began recording the first Faith No More songs recording the bulk of their debut album without
a fully formed line up. By the time We Care a Lot was released in 1985, Faith No More had witnessed a succession of
lead vocalists, including provocateur Courtney Love. The album received moderate praise, though critics noted the mediocrity
of Chuck Mosley's voice.
Although the subsequent 1987 Faith No More album Introduce Yourself also featured Mosley's vocals, he was fired from
the band in 1988 and replaced by Mike Patton, a far more accomplished technical vocalist. Their third studio effort, The
Real Thing, is the most successful Faith No More album to date, considered a classic metal album by fans and critics alike.
Subsequent albums were marred by rumours of internal strife, with long time guitarist Jim Martin leaving the band in 1993.
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