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Faith No More have such a diverse range of styles and songs, there's something for everyone. It can be difficult to know where to start when trying to understand any band, but Jim has developed a well formulated process to help you introduce your friends to FNM. Topic talk starts at 25:20 Email: podcastcroissant@gmail.com facebook.com/podcastcroiss…
 
1995 was arguably the most interesting time for non-album tracks recorded by Faith No More, and more songs were recorded during that time than any other era. Featuring discussion on Absolute Zero, I Won't Forget You, Hippie Jam Song, I Started a Joke, Spanish Eyes, Greenfields & I Wanna Fuck Myself. Topic talk starts at 50:21 Email: podcastcroissan…
 
5th June 1995, Faith No More played Pinkpop Festival in Renbaan, Landgraaf, Netherlands. We watch it and talk over it. Pinkpop talk begins at 44:44 Email: podcastcroissant@gmail.com facebook.com/podcastcroissant Instagram - @podcastcroissant Twitter - @podcroissant Faith No More Followers fnmlive.com faithnomorebook.com douglasesper.com…
 
It's 1994. Jim Martin has been fired from Faith No More via fax, Mr Bungle's Trey Spruance has taken his place on guitar, Roddy Bottum is absent from most the songwriting and King for a Day is the result. Featuring discussion of: King for a Day, What a Day, The Last to Know & Just a Man. KFAD talk begins at 20:20 Email: podcastcroissant@gmail.com f…
 
It's 1994. Jim Martin has been fired from Faith No More via fax, Mr Bungle's Trey Spruance has taken his place on guitar, Roddy Bottum is absent from most the songwriting and King for a Day is the result. Featuring discussion of: Ugly in the Morning, Digging the Grave & Take This Bottle. KFAD talk begins at 54:36 Email: podcastcroissant@gmail.com f…
 
It's 1994. Jim Martin has been fired from Faith No More via fax, Mr Bungle's Trey Spruance has taken his place on guitar, Roddy Bottum is absent from most the songwriting and King for a Day is the result. Featuring discussion of: Star A.D., Cuckoo for Caca & Caralho Voador. KFAD talk begins at 55:38 Email: podcastcroissant@gmail.com facebook.com/po…
 
It's 1994. Jim Martin has been fired from Faith No More via fax, Mr Bungle's Trey Spruance has taken his place on guitar, Roddy Bottum is absent from most the songwriting and King for a Day is the result. Featuring discussion of: Get Out, Ricochet, Evidence & The Gentle Art of Making Enemies. KFAD talk begins at 1:28:38 Note: This episode is pieced…
 
Mr Bungle released their first demo in 1986. Three more demos were followed by three major record label albums. They played their last show on 9 September 2000. On 13 August 2019, it was announced that Mr Bungle would perform in February 2020. Original members Patton, Spruance & Dunn would be joined by Slayer's Dave Lombardo and Anthrax's Scott Ian…
 
We're not ready for the Chuck Mosley special, but today would have been his 60th birthday. Mike & Jim talk to Doug Esper about Chuck's later years touring, writing, recording, performing and the in-between nonsense you can read all about in Reintroducing Chuck Mosley: Life On and Off the Road. Email: podcastcroissant@gmail.com facebook.com/podcastc…
 
On 24th February 2009, Faith No More officially announced their return to the stage. This was to take place on 12th June, though not without a 'rehearsal' performance at nostalgic location - Brixton Academy two nights before. Cue the video up and play along. Starts at 59:30 Email: podcastcroissant@gmail.com facebook.com/podcastcroissant Instagram -…
 
Following the success of 1989's The Real Thing, Faith No More were determined not to recreate the past, or bow to label pressure and create something merely accessible. They continued to push the envelope with 'Angel Dust' in 1992, and Midlife Crisis was the lead single. Often recognised in FNM song polls as one of the best, and regarded by Faith N…
 
Arguably the most polarising album in the Faith No More catalogue, 'Album of the Year' was the first to feature guitarist Jon Hudson and had the most disjointed writing and recording process for the band to date. Join us as we compliment and criticise Ashes to Ashes, She Loves Me Not, Got That Feeling, Paths of Glory, Home Sick Home & Pristina. Sid…
 
Arguably the most polarising album in the Faith No More catalogue, 'Album of the Year' was the first to feature guitarist Jon Hudson and had the most disjointed writing and recording process for the band to date. Certainly the most critical discussion we've had of FNM thus far. Join us as we praise and poo-poo Collision, Stripsearch, Last Cup of So…
 
Roddy talk starts at 50:00. Keyboards are an intrinsic element in Faith No More's signature sound. Roddy Bottum's contribution to FNM throughout the catalogue has been undeniable. We take a look through their discography and Roddy's projects outside the band. This was certainly the most difficult episode we've attempted so far, we hope we've tackle…
 
Jim & Mike tackle the stupid idea of choosing their Top 10 favourite Faith No More songs, along with listener contributions. The idea clearly drove us batty, and it's apparent in the resulting audio. We hope to resume regular programming soon. Thanks to everyone who contributed. Enjoy! Email: podcastcroissant@gmail.com facebook.com/podcastcroissant…
 
Mike & Jim talk through the Maida Vale Sessions of 1992, 1995 & 2015 as well as the Hippodrome Session of 1997. Did you know the working title of Midlife Crisis was 'Madonna'? Hear Mike skilfully dodge a freudian slip whilst Jim showcases his vocal abilities. Plus, we have our first listener audio! Next episode – send in your top 10 Faith No More s…
 
It’s time to discuss Faith No More’s sophomore release, Introduce Yourself! Right on! Their second album and last with Chuck Mosley on vocals, while often overlooked by the broader audience, IY holds a fondness in the hearts of the devoted FNM fan. The album reflects a maturing of the band’s overall sound but an end to that punkier edge. Many can’t…
 
Recorded 28th April 1990, Faith No More were deep into tour commitments to promote The Real Thing, but with dates rolling into the following year, "You Fat Bastards" was released that August to satisfy the increasing demand for FNM material. Their only official live release, You Fat Bastards immortalised an exciting era for the band. The band's com…
 
A deep dive into Faith No More's third studio album, and Patton's first with the band - The Real Thing. Released 20 June, 1989 and celebrating its 30th anniversary this year, The Real Thing is the album that catapulted Faith No More into the mainstream. With Chuck Mosley's destructive behaviour leading to his dismissal from the band, Gould, Bottum,…
 
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