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Faith No More - Who Cares A Lot? The Greatest Hits

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  • This album is a 2-Disc intro journey into the wacky minds of the since-disbanded Faith No More. Inspiring countless cookie-cutter rapmetal bands, and the occasional shining hope such as Incubus, not to mention taking the world by storm, FNM unleashed their keyboard-laced, funk-jazz-rap-rock-metal analgam onto the world 15 years ago. This album documents that, grabbing the hit “Epic” and other smooth workouts like “A Small Victory,” “Falling To Pieces,” and “Digging The Grave,” to show the progression of the band through its five albums. Witness the wacky vocal extravaganzas of Mike Patton(and limited previous singer Chuck Mosely) through the 15 tracks. A bonus disc includes bootlegs and B-side rarities for the FNM purist. Only an introduction, though. After this, get the Real Thing and branch off from there. The music is wacky and at the same time heavy-mental, depending on how you choose to look at it. Lounge-type songs exist, as well as the straightforward metallic numbers. Something for everyone willing to transcend genre defining and cultural/societal boundaries. Enjoy…

    Posted on January 18, 2010