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The Real Thing by Faith No More

Album

The Real Thing

Faith No More

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Album

The Real Thing

Faith No More

Play on Napster
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Label: London Records
This commercially successful opus is not your standard metal record, and that's exactly what's so brilliant about it. From opener "From Out of Nowhere" to closing slow-burner "Edge of the World," Mike Patton and Co. cover A LOT of groove-oriented ground. There's the viral hit "Epic," the catchy funk of "Falling to Pieces," the spastic thrash of "Surprise! You're Dead!", the soulful urgency of "Zombie Eaters," the shape-shifting instrumental "Woodpecker from Mars" and the astounding Sabbath homage "War Pigs." Forget 1989; this influential album is still untouchably mind-blowing.

About This Album

This commercially successful opus is not your standard metal record, and that's exactly what's so brilliant about it. From opener "From Out of Nowhere" to closing slow-burner "Edge of the World," Mike Patton and Co. cover A LOT of groove-oriented ground. There's the viral hit "Epic," the catchy funk of "Falling to Pieces," the spastic thrash of "Surprise! You're Dead!", the soulful urgency of "Zombie Eaters," the shape-shifting instrumental "Woodpecker from Mars" and the astounding Sabbath homage "War Pigs." Forget 1989; this influential album is still untouchably mind-blowing.

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About This Album

This commercially successful opus is not your standard metal record, and that's exactly what's so brilliant about it. From opener "From Out of Nowhere" to closing slow-burner "Edge of the World," Mike Patton and Co. cover A LOT of groove-oriented ground. There's the viral hit "Epic," the catchy funk of "Falling to Pieces," the spastic thrash of "Surprise! You're Dead!", the soulful urgency of "Zombie Eaters," the shape-shifting instrumental "Woodpecker from Mars" and the astounding Sabbath homage "War Pigs." Forget 1989; this influential album is still untouchably mind-blowing.