Mike Hayes & Jim Brown talk Faith No More albums, live shows, members and all things related to the band.
Following the success of 1989's The Real Thing, Faith No More were determined not to recreate the past, or bow to label pressure and create something merely accessible. They continued to push the envelope with 'Angel Dust' in 1992, and Midlife Crisis was the lead single. Often recognised in FNM song polls as one of the best, and regarded by Faith No More Followers as the quintessential FNM tune, Midlife Crisis is without doubt a fan favourite and worth looking at for three fucking hours.
Song talk starts at 27:16
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Mike & Jim talk tracks 7-12 of Faith No More's 1997 album 'Album of the Year'
Mike & Jim talk tracks 1-6 of Faith No More's 1997 album 'Album of the Year'
A deep dive into Faith No More's keyboardist, Roddy Bottum.
Jim & Mike tackle the stupid idea of choosing their Top 10 favourite Faith No More songs, along with listener contributions.
Mike & Jim talk through the Maida Vale Sessions of 1992, 1995 & 2015 as well as the Hippodrome Session of 1997.
It’s time to discuss Faith No More’s sophomore release, Introduce Yourself! Right on!
Faith No More's only official live release. Recorded 28th April 1990.
A deep dive into Faith No More's third studio album, and Patton's first with the band - The Real Thing.
Mike and Adrian introduce themselves and the new podcast. They also talk in length about new music, Greta Van Fleet and Mike has a Sam Fender joke go completely over his head.