The duration that this unpredictable and volatile San Francisco group stayed together for so long was probably the most surprising thing about Faith No More. Throughout the Eighties and Nineties the band made some of the most diverse and inspiring music in rock, always challenging their audience with a blend of metal, jazz, rap…well, anything that goes. With the farewell ‘Who Cares A Lot?’, all the greatest and most known songs are on offer – from the groundbreaking `We Care A Lot’ from the early days to the single `I Started A Joke’. In between are the seminal classics of `The Real Thing’ including the hits `Epic’, `Falling To Pieces’ and `From Out Of Nowhere’. The smooth and spacey `Stripsearch’ sitting next to the menacing `Digging The Grave’ display the versatility of the band showing the warped genius of Faith No More. The real motivation for Faith No More fans to buy this record is the bonus CD highlighting the even weirder side to the band. Cover versions are varied from `Midnight Cowboy’ and `This Guys In Love With You’ of the unreleased demo of `Introduce Yourself’. A great showcase of one of the most influential bands in recent times. The package will only be of significance to newer fans.