List of songs recorded by Faith No More

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Three musicians dressed in white perform onstage—a drummer, a singer and a bass player
Billy Gould, Mike Bordin and Mike Patton performing in Chile in 2010

Faith No More, a San Francisco-based band, have recorded approximately 100 songs over the course of their career; this includes material from six studio albums, one live album, and numerous B-side tracks and out-takes. Faith No More were founded in 1981 as Sharp Young Men,[1] and changed their name to Faith No Man before releasing the 1982 double A-side single "Quiet in Heaven" / "Song of Liberty".[2] Upon assuming the name Faith No More, the band's first two full-length albums, We Care a Lot and Introduce Yourself, were driven mostly by new vocalist Chuck Mosley and the "metallic guitar" of Jim Martin, blending elements of rap and heavy metal music.[3] Mosley was later replaced by Mr. Bungle vocalist Mike Patton,[4] who added lyrics to the already-written music for 1989's The Real Thing.[5] Their next studio album, Angel Dust, moved away from the band's rap-influenced sound to experiment with different musical genres;[6] a trend which became much more pronounced on the 1995 album King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime.[7]

Between the recording of the latter two albums, Martin left the band. Reports are mixed as to whether he quit or was fired;[8] however he had stopped contributing to the band's output during the recording of Angel Dust,[9] leaving bass player Billy Gould to record guitar parts for "Another Body Murdered", the band's contribution to the Judgment Night soundtrack.[10] Martin's guitarist role was filled during the recording for King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime by Patton's Mr. Bungle bandmate Trey Spruance, and on the accompanying tour by roadie Dean Menta.[11] While recording their final album, Album of the Year, the band was joined by guitarist Jon Hudson. Hudson was also present for the band's collaboration with Sparks,[3] which produced two songs, including the single "This Town Ain't Big Enough for Both of Us".[12] In 1998, they released the compilation Who Cares a Lot?, which contains a number of previously unreleased songs.[13]

Among Faith No More's best known songs are "We Care a Lot", an "antiprotest"[14] song which exists in a different version on each of the Mosley-fronted albums;[15] "Epic", a breakthrough hit which spent three weeks at number one in Australia and made the top ten in the United States;[16][17] and "Midlife Crisis", which has featured in the 2004 video game Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas.[18] The band officially split up in April 1998, reforming again in 2009 for a series of tours.[3] The band's first album since reuniting, Sol Invictus, was released in 2015,[19] preceded by the single "Motherfucker".[20]

List of songs

A man dressed in white singing through a megaphone
Mike Patton (pictured in 2009) wrote the lyrics for The Real Thing shortly after joining the band.
A man playing a bass guitar; the picture is tinted red
Billy Gould (pictured in 2009) has writing credits on every studio album released by Faith No More.
A black-and-white photo of two men standing at a piano, looking to the camera
Faith No More collaborated on two songs for Plagiarism, a 1997 album by Sparks (pictured in 1974).
A black-and-white photo of a man dancing on stage
The Songs to Make Love To EP contains a cover of Dead Kennedys' "Let's Lynch the Landlord" (singer Jello Biafra pictured).
A bearded man playing guitar on stage; the picture is tinted green
Mr. Bungle guitarist Trey Spruance has several songwriting credits on King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime.
A man in a shirt and tie playing a keyboard on stage
Keyboard player Roddy Bottum (pictured in 2009) had his only solo songwriting credit for Angel Dust's "Be Aggressive".
A man with long dreadlocks playing the drums on stage
Drummer Mike Bordin (pictured in 2009) has writing credits on every studio album released by Faith No More.
A man in a white shirt playing guitar on stage
Guitarist Jon Hudson joined the band for 1997's Album of the Year.
A man in a red suit holding a cane and an umbrella, singing into a microphone stand
Mike Patton (pictured in 2009) has his first solo writing credit on Angel Dust.


Three men are standing one behind the other, crouching with their heads appearing one atop the other
A cover of "I Started A Joke" by the Bee Gees (pictured in 1977) first appeared as a B-side to "Digging the Grave" before itself being released as a single.
A marble gravestone engraved "GG Allin: For my mission ends in termination, vicinity of death. Live fast die; 8-29-1956 – 6-28-1993"
"I Wanna Fuck Myself" by GG Allin (grave pictured) was covered as a B-side to "Ricochet".
A black-and-white picture of a man in a suit
Al Martino's version of "Moon Over Naples", which he recorded with lyrics as "Spanish Eyes", was covered as a B-side to "Ricochet".
The front of a large concert venue building
London's Brixton Academy was the site of the band's only live album, 1991's You Fat Bastards: Live at the Brixton Academy.
A black and white photo of a man smiling
Faith No More recorded a cover version of "This Guy's in Love with You" by Burt Bacharach (pictured in 1972).
A man standing on stage, singing into a microphone
Lionel Richie (pictured in 2011) wrote "Easy", which was covered for Songs to Make Love To.
Key
Song released as a single Indicates single release
Song Credit as writer(s) Release Year Ref(s)
"Absolute Zero" Faith No More "Digging the Grave" 1995 [21]
"Anne's Song" dagger Gould
Bottum
Introduce Yourself 1987 [22][23]
"Another Body Murdered" dagger Gould
Bordin
Patton
Bottum
Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E.
Judgment Night 1993 [24][25][nb 1]
"Arabian Disco" Mosley
Gould
We Care a Lot 1985 [26][27]
"As the Worm Turns" Mosley
Bottum
Gould
We Care a Lot 1985 [26][27]
"As the Worm Turns" Gould
Bottum
Mosley
You Fat Bastards: Live at the Brixton Academy 1990 [28][29]
"As the Worm Turns" Mosley
Bottum
Gould
Angel Dust & I'm Easy / Das Schutzenfest 1992 [30][31]
"Ashes to Ashes" dagger Patton
Gould
Hudson
Bordin
Bottum
Album of the Year 1997 [32][33]
"Be Aggressive" Bottum Angel Dust 1992 [34][35]
"The Big Kahuna" Patton
Gould
Hudson
Bordin
"Ashes to Ashes" 1997 [36]
"Black Friday" Patton
Gould
Bordin
Sol Invictus 2015 [19] [37]
"Blood" Mosley Introduce Yourself 1987 [22][23]
"Caffeine" Gould
Patton
Angel Dust 1992 [34][35]
"Caralho Voador" Patton
Gould
Bordin
King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime 1995 [38][39]
"Chinese Arithmetic" Mosley
Bordin
Martin
Introduce Yourself 1987 [22][23]
"Collision" Patton
Hudson
Album of the Year 1997 [32][33]
"Cone of Shame" Patton
Gould
Sol Invictus 2015 [19] [37]
"The Cowboy Song" Faith No More "From Out of Nowhere" 1989 [40]
"The Crab Song" Mosley
Gould
Bordin
Introduce Yourself 1987 [22][23]
"Crack Hitler" Gould
Patton
Bottum
Bordin
Angel Dust 1992 [34][35]
"Cuckoo for Caca" Patton
Gould
Spruance
King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime 1995 [38][39]
"Das Schutzenfest" Faith No More Songs to Make Love To 1993 [41][42]
"Death March" Mosley
Gould
Bottum
Martin
Introduce Yourself 1987 [22][23]
"Digging the Grave" dagger Patton
Gould
Bordin
King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime 1995 [38][39]
"Easy" dagger Richie Songs to Make Love To 1993 [41][42][nb 2]
"Edge of the World" Gould
Bottum
Bordin
Patton
The Real Thing 1989 [43][44]
"Edge of the World" Gould
Bottum
Patton
Bordin
You Fat Bastards: Live at the Brixton Academy 1990 [28][29]
"Epic" dagger Gould
Bottum
Bordin
Martin
Patton
The Real Thing 1989 [43][44]
"Epic" Gould
Bottum
Patton
Bordin
Martin
You Fat Bastards: Live at the Brixton Academy 1990 [28][29]
"Everything's Ruined" dagger Gould
Patton
Bottum
Angel Dust 1992 [34][35]
"Evidence" dagger Patton
Gould
Bordin
Spruance
King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime 1995 [38][39]
"Falling to Pieces" dagger Gould
Bottum
Martin
Patton
The Real Thing 1989 [43][44]
"Falling to Pieces" Gould
Bottum
Martin
Patton
You Fat Bastards: Live at the Brixton Academy 1990 [28][29]
"Faster Disco" Mosley
Gould
Bottum
Martin
Introduce Yourself 1987 [22][23]
"From Out of Nowhere" dagger Gould
Bottum
Patton
The Real Thing 1989 [43][44]
"From Out of Nowhere" Gould
Bottum
Patton
You Fat Bastards: Live at the Brixton Academy 1990 [28][29]
"From the Dead" Patton
Gould
Sol Invictus 2015 [19] [37]
"The Gentle Art of Making Enemies" Patton
Gould
Bordin
King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime 1995 [38][39]
"Get Out" Patton King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime 1995 [38][39]
"Got That Feeling" Patton Album of the Year 1997 [32][33]
"The Grade" Faith No More "From Out of Nowhere" 1989 [40]
"Greed" Gould
Mosley
We Care a Lot 1985 [26][27]
"Greenfields" The Brothers Four "Digging the Grave" 1995 [21][nb 3]
"Helpless" Patton
Bordin
Gould
Album of the Year 1997 [32][33]
"Highway Star" Lord
Blackmore
Gillan
Paice
Glover
Who Cares a Lot? 1998 [13][45][nb 4]
"Hippie Jam Song" Patton
Gould
Who Cares a Lot? 1998 [13][45]
"Home Sick Home" Patton Album of the Year 1997 [32][33]
"I Started a Joke" dagger B. Gibb
R. Gibb
M. Gibb
"Digging the Grave" 1995 [21][nb 5]
"I Wanna Fuck Myself" Allin "Ricochet" 1995 [46][nb 6]
"I Won't Forget You" Patton
Gould
Who Cares a Lot? 1998 [13][45]
"Instrumental" Patton
Gould
Bottum
Who Cares a Lot? 1998 [13][45]
"Introduce Yourself" Mosley
Gould
Bottum
Bordin
Martin
Introduce Yourself 1987 [22][23]
"Jim" Martin We Care a Lot 1985 [26][27]
"Jizzlobber" Martin
Patton
Angel Dust 1992 [34][35]
"The Jungle" Mosley
Bottum
Gould
Bordin
We Care a Lot 1985 [26][27]
"Just a Man" Patton
Gould
Spruance
Bottum
King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime 1995 [38][39]
"Kindergarten" Gould
Patton
Bottum
Martin
Angel Dust 1992 [34][35]
"King for a Day" Patton
Gould
Spruance
Bordin
Bottum
King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime 1995 [38][39]
"Land of Sunshine" dagger Gould
Bottum
Patton
Angel Dust 1992 [34][35]
"Last Cup of Sorrow" dagger Patton
Gould
Album of the Year 1997 [32][33]
"The Last to Know" Patton
Gould
Bordin
King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime 1995 [38][39]
"Let's Lynch the Landlord" Biafra Songs to Make Love To 1993 [41][42][nb 7]
"Light Up and Let Go" Patton "Ashes to Ashes" 1997 [36]
"Malpractice" Patton Angel Dust 1992 [34][35]
"Mark Bowen" Mosley
Gould
Bordin
We Care a Lot 1985 [26][27]
"Matador" Patton
Gould
Sol Invictus 2015 [19] [37]
"Midlife Crisis" dagger Gould
Patton
Bottum
Bordin
Angel Dust 1992 [34][35]
"Midnight Cowboy" Barry Angel Dust 1992 [34][35][nb 8]
"The Morning After" Gould
Bottum
Martin
Patton
The Real Thing 1989 [43][44]
"Motherfucker" dagger Patton
Bottum
Sol Invictus 2015 [19] [37]
"Mouth to Mouth" Patton
Bordin
Gould
Hudson
Album of the Year 1997 [32][33]
"Naked in Front of the Computer" Patton Album of the Year 1997 [32][33]
"New Beginnings" Mosley We Care a Lot 1985 [26][27]
"New Improved Song" Faith No More Sounds Waves 2 1988 [47][nb 9]
"Paths of Glory" Patton
Gould
Hudson
Bordin
Bottum
Album of the Year 1997 [32][33]
"The Perfect Crime" Faith No More Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey: Music from the Motion Picture 1991 [48][49]
"Pills for Breakfast" Bordin
Martin
We Care a Lot 1985 [26][27]
"Pristina" Patton
Gould
Album of the Year 1997 [32][33]
"Quiet in Heaven" dagger Morris "Quiet in Heaven" / "Song of Liberty" 1982 [50][51][nb 10]
"The Real Thing" Gould
Bottum
Patton
The Real Thing 1989 [43][44]
"The Real Thing" Gould
Bottum
Patton
Kamosi
De Quincey
You Fat Bastards: Live at the Brixton Academy 1990 [28][29][nb 11]
"Ricochet" dagger Patton
Gould
Bordin
King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime 1995 [38][39]
"Rise of the Fall" Patton
Gould
Sol Invictus 2015 [19] [37]
"Rn'R" Mosley
Gould
Martin
Introduce Yourself 1987 [22][23]
"RV" Gould
Patton
Bottum
Angel Dust 1992 [34][35]
"Separation Anxiety" Patton
Gould
Bordin
Sol Invictus 2015 [19] [37]
"She Loves Me Not" Patton
Gould
Bordin
Album of the Year 1997 [32][33]
"A Small Victory" dagger Gould
Patton
Bottum
Bordin
Angel Dust 1992 [34][35]
"Smaller and Smaller" Gould
Patton
Bottum
Bordin
Wallace
Angel Dust 1992 [34][35]
"Sol Invictus" Patton
Gould
Sol Invictus 2015 [19] [37]
"Something for the Girl with Everything" Mael Plagiarism 1998 [12][52][nb 12]
"Song of Liberty" dagger Morris "Quiet in Heaven" / "Song of Liberty" 1982 [50][51][nb 10]
"Spanish Eyes" Kaempfert
Singleton
Snyder
"Ricochet" 1995 [46][nb 13]
"Spirit" Gould Introduce Yourself 1987 [22][23]
"Star A.D." Patton
Gould
Bordin
King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime 1995 [38][39]
"Stripsearch" dagger Patton
Hudson
Bordin
Gould
Album of the Year 1997 [32][33]
"Sunny Side Up" Patton
Gould
Sol Invictus 2015 [19] [37]
"Superhero" dagger Patton
Gould
Bordin
Sol Invictus 2015 [19] [37]
"Surprise! You're Dead!" Martin
Patton
The Real Thing 1989 [43][44]
"Sweet Emotion" Patton
Bordin
Kerrang! Flexible Fiend 1989 [47][nb 14]
"Take This Bottle" Patton
Gould
King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime 1995 [38][39]
"This Guy's in Love with You" Bacharach
David
Who Cares a Lot? 1998 [13][45][nb 15]
"This Town Ain't Big Enough for Both of Us" dagger Mael Plagiarism 1998 [12][52][nb 12]
"Ugly in the Morning" Patton
Gould
Spruance
King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime 1995 [38][39]
"Underwater Love" Gould
Bottum
Patton
The Real Thing 1989 [43][44]
"Underwater Love" Gould
Bottum
Patton
You Fat Bastards: Live at the Brixton Academy 1990 [28][29]
"War Pigs" Butler
Iommi
Osbourne
Ward
The Real Thing 1989 [43][44][nb 16]
"War Pigs" Butler
Iommi
Osbourne
Ward
You Fat Bastards: Live at the Brixton Academy 1990 [28][29]
"We Care a Lot" Mosley
Bottum
We Care a Lot 1985 [26][27]
"We Care a Lot" (Slash Version) dagger Mosley
Gould
Bottum
Introduce Yourself 1987 [22][23]
"We Care a Lot" dagger Gould
Bottum
Mosley
Starr
You Fat Bastards: Live at the Brixton Academy 1990 [28][29][nb 17]
"What a Day" Patton
Spruance
King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime 1995 [38][39]
"Why Do You Bother" Gould
Bordin
Bottum
We Care a Lot 1985 [26][27]
"Woodpecker from Mars" Bordin
Martin
The Real Thing 1989 [43][44]
"Woodpecker from Mars" Bordin
Martin
You Fat Bastards: Live at the Brixton Academy 1990 [28][29]
"The World Is Yours" Faith No More Who Cares a Lot? 1998 [13][45]
"Zombie Eaters" Gould
Bottum
Bordin
Martin
Patton
The Real Thing 1989 [43][44]
"Zombie Eaters" Gould
Bottum
Patton
Bordin
Martin
You Fat Bastards: Live at the Brixton Academy 1990 [28][29]

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Collaboration with Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E.
  2. ^ Commodores cover
  3. ^ The Brothers Four cover
  4. ^ Deep Purple cover
  5. ^ Bee Gees cover
  6. ^ GG Allin cover
  7. ^ Dead Kennedys cover
  8. ^ Cover of the Midnight Cowboy score
  9. ^ Included on covermount by Sounds
  10. ^ a b Released as Faith No Man
  11. ^ Features a brief cover of Technotronic's "Pump Up the Jam"
  12. ^ a b Collaboration with Sparks
  13. ^ Al Martino cover
  14. ^ Included on covermount by Kerrang!
  15. ^ Burt Bacharach cover
  16. ^ Black Sabbath cover
  17. ^ Features a brief cover of New Kids on the Block's "You Got It (The Right Stuff)"

References

  1. ^ Chirazi 1994, p. 22.
  2. ^ Sharpe-Young 2007, p. 482.
  3. ^ a b c Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. "Faith No More – Music Biography, Credits and Discography : AllMusic". AllRovi. Retrieved June 27, 2012. 
  4. ^ Blush, Steven (August 1990). "Obscure No More". Spin. Spin Media LLC. 6 (5): 16. ISSN 0886-3032. Retrieved June 27, 2012. 
  5. ^ Gehman, Pleasant (September 1992). "Epic Journey". Spin. Spin Media LLC. 8 (6): 77 & 118. ISSN 0886-3032. Retrieved June 27, 2012. 
  6. ^ Garza, Janiss (July 10, 1992). "Angel Dust Review | Music Reviews and News". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved June 27, 2012. 
  7. ^ Jann S. Wenner (ed.). "Faith No More Biography – Rolling Stone Music". Rolling Stone. Retrieved June 27, 2012. 
  8. ^ "Metal Hammer: Blog Archive: Story Behind the Album – Faith No More". Metal Hammer. 13 March 2009. Archived from the original on 10 December 2010. Retrieved 9 April 2011. 
  9. ^ Lanham, Tom (April 1995). "Faith No More". CMJ New Music Monthly. CMJ network, Inc (20): 22–26. Retrieved June 26, 2012. 
  10. ^ Chirazi 1994, p. 145.
  11. ^ "Official Faith No More site :: Biography". Faith No More. Retrieved June 27, 2012. 
  12. ^ a b c Sullivan, Denise. "Plagiarism – Sparks : Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards". AllRovi. Retrieved June 26, 2012. 
  13. ^ a b c d e f g Huey, Steve. "Who Cares a Lot: Greatest Hits – Faith No More : Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards". AllRovi. Retrieved June 26, 2012. 
  14. ^ Berman, Jarrett (July 19, 2007). "Part 4: Heaven 17 to N.W.A. (1981–1988)". PopMatters. Retrieved July 3, 2012. 
  15. ^ Huey, Steve. "We Care a Lot – Faith No More : Listen, Appearances, Song Review". AllRovi. Retrieved July 3, 2012. 
  16. ^ "Australian-charts.com – Faith No More – Epic". Hung Medien. Retrieved July 3, 2012. 
  17. ^ "Epic – Faith No More". Billboard magazine. Retrieved July 3, 2012. 
  18. ^ Erlewine, Stephen Thomas. "Listen to Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas by Original Game Soundtrack – Album Reviews, Credits and Awards". AllRovi. Retrieved July 3, 2012. 
  19. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Deming, Mark. "Sol Invictus – Faith No More: Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards". AllRovi. Retrieved September 1, 2015. 
  20. ^ Weingarten, Christopher R. (September 2, 2014). "Faith No More to Release First Album in 18 Years". Rolling Stone. Retrieved September 1, 2015. 
  21. ^ a b c Digging the Grave
  22. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Prato, Greg. "Introduce Yourself – Faith No More : Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards". AllRovi. Retrieved June 26, 2012. 
  23. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Introduce Yourself.
  24. ^ Ruhlmann, William. "Judgment Night – Original Soundtrack : Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards". AllRovi. Retrieved June 26, 2012. 
  25. ^ Judgment Night.
  26. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Prato, Greg. "We Care a Lot – Faith No More : Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards". AllRovi. Retrieved June 26, 2012. 
  27. ^ a b c d e f g h i j We Care a Lot.
  28. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Prato, Greg. "Live at the Brixton Academy – Faith No More : Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards". AllRovi. Retrieved June 27, 2012. 
  29. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Live at the Brixton Academy.
  30. ^ Faith No More - Angel Dust (CD, Album) at Discogs
  31. ^ Faith No More - I'm Easy / Das Schützenfest (CD) at Discogs
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  33. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l Album of the Year.
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  35. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m Angel Dust.
  36. ^ a b Ashes to Ashes
  37. ^ a b c d e f g h i j Sol Invictus.
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  39. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime.
  40. ^ a b From Out of Nowhere
  41. ^ a b c Torreano, Bradley. "Songs to Make Love To – Faith No More : Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards". AllRovi. Retrieved June 26, 2012. 
  42. ^ a b c Songs to Make Love To
  43. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Raggett, Ned. "The Real Thing – Faith No More : Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards". AllRovi. Retrieved June 26, 2012. 
  44. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k The Real Thing.
  45. ^ a b c d e f Who Cares a Lot?.
  46. ^ a b Ricochet
  47. ^ a b "Faith No more: 'The Very Best' Greatest-Hits Collection Due in June". Blabbermouth.net. April 28, 2009. Retrieved June 26, 2012. 
  48. ^ McDonald, Steven. "Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey (Soundtrack) – Original Soundtrack : Songs, Reviews, Credits, Awards". AllRovi. Retrieved June 26, 2012. 
  49. ^ Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey.
  50. ^ a b Torreano, Bradley. "Song of Liberty/All Quiet in Heaven – Overview". AllRovi. Retrieved June 26, 2012. 
  51. ^ a b Quiet in Heaven/Song of Liberty, 1982
  52. ^ a b Plagiarism.
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