Faith No More - The Real Thing mp3 album
The Real Thing is the third studio album by American rock band Faith No More, released on June 20, 1989 by Slash and Reprise Records. It was the first major release by the band not to feature vocalist Chuck Mosley. Instead, the album featured Mike Patton from the experimental/funk band Mr. Bungle
Авторы текста и музыки. Billy Gould, Mike Patton, Jim Martin, Mike Bordin, Roddy Bottum. WMG; Warner Chappell, Big Thrilling Music (Publishing), ASCAP, UMPI, UBEM, LatinAutor, LatinAutor - UMPG" и другие авторские общества (10). WMG; UBEM, UMPI, CMRRA, Warner Chappell, LatinAutor, ASCAP, LatinAutor - UMPG" и другие авторские общества (10). Авторы текста и музыки. Mike Patton, Mike Bordin, Billy Gould, Jim Martin, Roddy Bottum.
The Real Thing is the third studio album by the American rock band Faith No More. It was the first release by the band not to feature vocalist Chuck Mosley. Instead, the album featured Mike Patton from the experimental band Mr. Bungle. On this album, Faith No More advanced their sound range combining heavy metal, funk and rock. The Real Thing Q&A.
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His insane, wide-ranging musical interests would have to wait for the next album for their proper integration, but the band already showed enough of that to make it an inspired combination. Bottum, in particular, remains the wild card, coloring Jim Martin's nuclear-strength riffs and the Bill Gould/Mike Bordin rhythm slams with everything from quirky hooks to pristine synth sheen.
The Real Thing has more in common with FNMs earlier two albums We Care a Lot and Introduce Yourself then any of the bands later work, though Patton's vocal delivery and lyrical content sometimes push it into strange realms. Genrewise it dwells primarily in the realms of early funk metal, though with nods to the inspirations of thrash (Surprise! You're Dead!), classical (Woodpecker from Mars), and the closer to the album which is an odd foray into lounge music (The Edge of The World).
In early 1990, Faith No More was still trying to break out of cult status; the band’s third album, The Real Thing, released in June 1989, had already disappeared from the Billboard charts. But things started to change in late February. After the band received an attention-getting Grammy nomination for Best Heavy Metal Performance, The Real Thing reentered the charts at Number 188. Then, in March, when MTV began airing the arty video for the single Epic, The Real Thing began to move steadily. In late July, the album cracked the Top Twenty and was certified gold.
On June 20, 1989, Faith No More released their first album with Mike Patton. As 1989 arrived, Faith No More were in a state of flux. Enter Mike Patton, and on June 20, 1989, Faith No More released their third studio disc, The Real Thing. According to bassist Bill Gould, the band had grown accustomed to Mosely's drug habit and behavior, but eventually it became impossible to work with the vocalist