Faith No more Sol Invictus

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  1. boognishstern

    boognishstern Well-Known Member

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    Anyone check out the new Faith No more album? i've only listened to it twice, but i'm loving it.
    my favorite right now...
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    Its got a beat I can Dance to.Dick . Yeah What is next on the Bandstand Dick...?
     
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    Took a couple listens, but now I love it as I love all FNM albums.

    Cone of Shame is my jam. That one I took to immediately.

     
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    Will listen later. Thanks for posting.
     
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    Glad they are back, I guess but since They Booted Jim Martin they haven't made ANYTHING HEAVY

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    telecaster Get Yer Ya Ya's Out

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    Their show was great that I saw last month. They played pretty much the whole album and finished the show with some classics. The band sounded great. I dig the whole album and promptly went and dug through my CD's and pulled out all of the FNM I have and have been listening to them all in rotation. I'd name some songs that are highlights but I don't know the names very well. Black Friday and Sunny Side Up come to mind and track 10 (wish there was a few more tunes, but ten new songs is what we got, and they're all good ones). Great thread.
     
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    Fuck it, Angel Dust was Just PURE brilliance of the ORIGINAL MUSICAL LINE UP ( Bordin, Martin, Gould Bottom)

    Can listen to this shit almost 25 years later and still get the same sanctification as when I was 20...
     
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    i know what you're saying. martin fnm is the best! 'you fat bastards'!... from articles i've read in the past it seemed jim really didn't like patton & had a big objection to the post-production/sound effects. he grows pumpkins now.
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    Best rock album since 1980.
     
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    I'm not too familiar with their library but their cover of Easy is pretty cool.

     
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    patton is without question the most most talented vocalist i've ever had the privilege of seeing live.

    00:00 Il Cielo in Una Stanza
    03:32 Che Notte!
    07:02 Ore d'Amore
    09:44 20 KM al Giorno
    13:08 Quello Che Conta
    16:03 Urlo Negro
    18:57 Legata ad un Granello di Sabbia
    23:02 Deep Down
    26:19 Pinne, Fucile ed Occhiali
    29:04 Scalinatella
    32:18 L'uomo che non Sapeva Amare
    35:37 Ma l'Amore no
    39:34 Canzone
    43:15 Ti Offro da Bere
    45:44 Dio Come ti Amo
    49:45 Storia d'Amore
    54:02 Lontano, Lontano
    57:01 O Venezia
    01:01:10 Yeeeeeeh!
    01:03:13 Senza Fine
    01:08:37 Que He Sacado Con Quererte (Violeta Parra)
    01:10:17 Una Sigaretta
    01:13:50 Sole E Malato
    01:17:10 Presentacion de los músicos de Mondo Cane

    Mike Patton / Mondo Cane - Teatro Caupolicán, Santiago, Chile, Sept. 21, 2011 (Via X HD)
     
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    'woodpecker from mars' is so heavy it's almost offensive.

    brilliant music ahead of it's time...still.
     
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    Martin's a kook, but I sure miss his guitar. According to a couple recent interviews, Jim was invited to take place in the reunion, but started talking money right away, so Gould backed off the idea and hired back Jon Hudson. Sucks. The new album is good, but a Martin-era reunion would have been re-goddamn-dicuous.
     
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    danny devito is a big fan.
     
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    totally agree. martin was just balls to the wall metal & didn't like the direction the band went. 'angel dust' was the final nail in the coffin.

    i love the jim martin era, i just wish he would've 'evolved' (ughh...for lack of a better term) with the rest of the guys.

    the fucker is totally punk rock
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    ever hear his solo album 'milk & blood'...excellent.
     
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    great jim song
     
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    Yeah Chuck came back for a reunion and it was awesome i guess peoples minds would have melted if Martin had done it




     
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    pretty interesting Q&A with jim

    Q: I’m a crazy obsessed fan and have listened to just about all the bootlegs and read all the interviews…Despite “not being into” the music on ‘Angel Dust’ (so it is written in places), you played flawlessly all of 92-93 and I even caught you banging your head enthusiastically during the Phoenix Festival. Also, while others were bad-mouthing you, you always played it off with a joke and came off as the bigger person (you were hilarious in the Maida Vale interviews!)…something doesn’t add up. Were you really that unhappy? If so, how do you keep such a cool head and stay so professional?

    A: Thank you for the great compliment. My publicized “not being into” ‘Angel Dust’ was all about the way the whole process went down. There was a lot of weird pressure to follow up ‘The Real Thing,’ and as a consequence, the album AD was more contrived musically than I thought was necessary. I wanted more of the record to happen in the studio and Bill wanted every last tack nailed down before we went in. I wanted to spend time with it, management and the record company wanted to rush it out the door. There were a bunch of journalists in the studio. We were paying for a bunch of sampling that we could have created. Matt Wallace was calling me on the phone complaining about Mike Patton’s performance. Management and record company were calling me complaining about Mike Patton’s performance and desire for outside projects.

    The record company president came in the studio and said: “I hope nobody bought houses” All the air got sucked out of the room. That was one of those great moments when reality slaps you in the face. Some of my associates (had) bought houses. The pressure was on, and everyone wanted to be in the studio with me while I recorded, endlessly tinkering and f—ing with me and f—ing with Matt, and Matt is a really f—ing wound up guy already. Prior to AD, I would work alone with Matt and his assistant engineer period. I had to kick everyone out and even though it was not a new concept it really pissed everyone off.

    Live performances were always very strong. From my perspective, we came across a lot heavier than the records. Over time, the chord progressions and the arrangements would morph in subtle ways that would make the set heavier than the studio version. As far as the bulls–t in the press, yeah, there was a lot of negativity, and I tried to avoid being part of it to the point of refusing interviews. Of course I was unhappy; individuals were making decisions which would prove to be damaging to FNM. However, despite these distractions, real people paid to see a show and we were able to deliver thanks to the support of a great crew and a great sound man, Greg Bess, who was used to working with the heavy bands. I actually really enjoyed those shows.



    Read More: Ex-Faith No More Guitarist Jim Martin Breaks Decade-Long Silence to Answer Fan Questions | http://loudwire.com/ex-faith-no-mor...ce-to-answer-fan-questions/?trackback=tsmclip
     
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    Liked Black Friday. Very refreshing. When, though, did FNM all become extras from The Shining?
     
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