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Faith No More Rule!

Discussion in 'TRIBE Main Forum' started by noahmintz, Mar 31, 2002.

  1. noahmintz

    noahmintz TRIBE Member

    That's all I wanted to say

    stu
     
  2. deep

    deep TRIBE Member

    yes
     
  3. sugar

    sugar TRIBE Member

    I wholeheartedly agree.
     
  4. kat

    kat TRIBE Member

    i heart mike patton

    ? uh

    byebye
    kait
     
  5. deep

    deep TRIBE Member

    it shouldn't really bother me
     
  6. Bass-Invader

    Bass-Invader TRIBE Member

    one of my friends bought every single one of their albums in order to find 'epic'(he had no clue what it was called).
    he finally found it on the last one he bought.

    heeeee bought them all, and now he haaaas it.
     
  7. sugar

    sugar TRIBE Member

    B-E-A-G-G-R-E-S-S-I-V-E
     
  8. deep

    deep TRIBE Member

    I remember being strangely attracted to the girls voices who were chanting that out.
     
  9. JayIsBored

    JayIsBored TRIBE Member

    i was the only kid in jr. high with a faith no more shirt
    made me fuckin cool as hell that's for sure
     
  10. Eclipze

    Eclipze TRIBE Member

    mid-life crisis

    i saw faith no more with guns and roses and metallica way back in the day at exhibition stadium.. geeeehheeeeezis
    -E
     
  11. deep

    deep TRIBE Member

    I knew you would post to this thread

    grannie panty wearing slut!
     
  12. JayIsBored

    JayIsBored TRIBE Member

    you jizzlobber

    ^^^ btw...faith no more track...not a highsteppa insult
     
  13. deep

    deep TRIBE Member

    cum gargling jizz junkie, back the fuck up or I'll dye your hat fuschia!
     
  14. Maui

    Maui TRIBE Member

    GRRRR..
    I was supposed to see that. I spent $150 on scalped ticket, flew from T.bay to Toronto ($400) only to find out the night before they had cancelled the concert! Actually no they didn't cancel they rescheduled thus negating any refund from the scalpers. :mad:
    So i flew back home and cried myself to sleep.

    Peace,
    Robbie
     
  15. Angel Dust ruled.

    Didn't listen to much after that.

    From the Ministry of they broke up?

    Prime Minister Highsteppa
     
  16. silver1

    silver1 TRIBE Member

    Yup. After Jim Marten (the guitar player with the whacky hair and glasses) got booted out, they went through a few guitarists that didn't work out too well.

    Mike Patton is still doing stuff with Mr. Bungle (who absolutely RULE) and the Phantomas.
     
  17. noahmintz

    noahmintz TRIBE Member

    He was also on Dan The Automator's Lovage album

    stu
     
  18. Cheer Bear

    Cheer Bear TRIBE Member

    yes. yes they do.

    on my top five list of most saddening break-ups. hehehehe
     
  19. rejenerate

    rejenerate TRIBE Member

    How many people know Courtney Love used to be in the band? :D

    ~jen
     
  20. silver1

    silver1 TRIBE Member

    Ya but they gave her the boot because she couldn't sing.

    On a general note, as much as I liked "We Care A Lot" and "As the Worm Turns", they're best material was with Patton on Vocals and Martin on guitar.

    Patton is (IMO) a virtuoso when it comes to vocals. Anyone who hasn't seen a Mr. Bungle show should check one out (if they ever come around here again). His voice is literally another instrument in the band and not just some dude singing.
     
  21. R4V4G3D_SKU11S

    R4V4G3D_SKU11S TRIBE Member

    Mr Bungle rules!

    And so does FNM...I got to see Patton w/ Lovage earlier in the year and it was quite entertaining.
     
  22. rejenerate

    rejenerate TRIBE Member

    \

    Yeah, I always though Mike Patton had a great voice...as do a few vocalists in the "hard rock" realm...unfortunately it's the shitty ones like Fred Durst I'm forced to endure all the time.

    ~jen
    (who watched "Becoming...The Red Hot Chili Peppers" on Much yesterday and thought they actually did an okay job!)
     
  23. Jennika

    Jennika TRIBE Member

    Obviously, We Care a Lot...

    *OK, that was before mike patton's time, I know, but it's still FNM*
     
  24. PinkAngeL

    PinkAngeL TRIBE Member

    Chuck was the ORIGINAL singer of Faith No More and it was We Care A Lot that got me hooked on them.
    Mike was extra eye candy thereafter.;)
     
  25. seeker

    seeker TRIBE Member

    amazing show, poor venue. when i saw them at the warehouse i was much more impressed. although, they were going through a serious piss-off-the-gnr-audience phase at the CNE show, and that was funny.

    actually, their replacement guitarists weren't as bad as some (see RHCP). tre spruance (from mr bungle) recorded 'king for a day...', but didn't want to tour with them. dean menta (sp?) was their touring guitarist for that album, and he used to be jim martin's guitar tech.

    from the reports that i've heard, the turnouts for the shows on their 'album of the year' tour were disappointing at best, and they cancelled the tour and broke up. they had finally had enough of making great music and having nobody pay attention. plus they all had other projects on the go: roddy bottom - imperial teenager, billy gould - brujeria (amongst others), mike bordin was playing with black sabbath, and of course, mike patton still has about 1 000 000 things on the go.

    "relax... it's just a phase.... YOU'LL GROW OUT OF IT"
     

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