Oh Ye of Little Faith...  

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5/14/2006 4:18 pm

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Oh Ye of Little Faith...

BACK in OLD day, Liv Inlavalova big fan of San Francisco band Faith No More for many year.

The Album, "The Real Thing" which featured singer Mike Patton's debut release with the band, replacing punker Chuck Mosely is what drew him in.

Soon after, he bought the Mosely Album, and was a fan of this album as well.

He also buy Angel Dust and fall in love with song Midlife Crisis, despite still bein just a punk.

"King for a day, Fool for a lifetime" (Pictured)featured changes the band's core line-up, and had much heavier sound and although not bad, it lacked the diversity of previous albums, and in Liv opinion, it clear that there were tensions within the band that were stifling their creativity.

After several quick compilations, the Band put out a two CD compilation of Greatest Hits, called, "Who Cares Alot!" which offially documented the supergroup's demise.

They made it to the top, but grew to hate each other. Shit happen, I guess.

Me don't fully understand why, but Faith No More, (or Faith No More No More) as Liv came to call them seem dead for Kmunch.

If come back from this post, Everyday Phrases top secret friend of Kmunch talk about Faith.

Me become fan of Mike Patton who also front band, "Mr. Bungle." like Liv fan too.

Me wonder.
Anybody know what Mike Patton do Now?
He fool for lifetime or real thing?
Angel dust or Demon's King?
Introduce Yourself.
You have faith in him?

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