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Who Cares a Lot?
Greatest hits album by Faith No More
Released November 24, 1998[1]
Recorded 1986–1997
Genre Alternative metal, experimental rock, alternative rock, funk metal, avant-garde, easy listening
Length 86:11
Label Slash, London
Producer Matt Wallace, Steve Berlin, Andy Wallace, Roli Mosimann, Billy Gould, Faith No More
Faith No More chronology
Album of the Year
(1997)Album of the Year1997
Who Cares a Lot
Who Cares a Lot?: The Greatest Videos
(1999)Who Cares a Lot?: The Greatest Videos1999
Alternative Cover
North American cover
North American cover
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3/5 stars[1]

Who Cares a Lot? is the first compilation album from Faith No More, released on November 24, 1998. The album is a greatest hits retrospective that spans most of the band's career, including songs from all of the band's studio albums released under Slash Records.

The first disc collects 15 singles from the band's Slash Records career in chronological order. It features the most recognized hits and promos. The second disc has a handful of unreleased songs, b-sides, demos, and live recordings, which were chosen by record label Slash rather than the band themselves. Some of the notable previously unreleased material includes "The World Is Yours" and "I Won't Forget You".

Release history

There were three different versions that were put out for this compilation. Between the versions, the title and covers were altered. The single disc edition was tagged "The Greatest Hits", while the dual disc was labelled "Greatest Hits".

The album art for the American release was the red question mark on black background, while the UK, European, Argentine, and Oceanian releases featured the Benny Hill art. The Oceanian double disc edition also had a "Limited Edition 2CD Set" sticker, as in other markets the bonus disc was not limited. In Europe only a single disc edition was released. For this, the first five tracks off the second disc were simply added to the end of the compilation.

The album was originally called 'Who Cared a Lot?'. It had a different order of tracks and a different cover, but only saw release as a promo.

Region Title Notes Release date Discs (tracks) Label
Germany Who Cared a Lot Original promo 1998/11/02
Europe Who Cares a Lot? The Greatest Hits 1998/11/24
Germany Who Cares a Lot? The Greatest Hits 1998/11/06
Japan We Cared a Lot? The Greatest Hits 1998/11/30
Universal International
North America Who Cares a Lot? Greatest Hits 1998/12/08
Oceania Who Cares a Lot? The Greatest Hits First pressing. Limited Edition -
Oceania Who Cares a Lot? The Greatest Hits Second pressing. Reissue -
UK Who Cares a Lot? The Greatest Hits 1998/10/12
UK Who Cares a Lot? The Greatest Hits Reissue 1999/10/04

Track listing

*Disc one
No. Title Original album Length
1. "We Care a Lot" (Original Version)[A]) Introduce Yourself 1987 4:03
2. "Introduce Yourself" Introduce Yourself 1:33
3. "From out of Nowhere" The Real Thing 1989 3:21
4. "Epic" The Real Thing 4:53
5. "Falling to Pieces" The Real Thing 5:12
6. "Midlife Crisis" Angel Dust 1992 4:17
7. "A Small Victory" Angel Dust 4:56
8. "Easy" Angel Dust 3:07
9. "Digging the Grave" King for a Day... 1995 3:04
10. "The Gentle Art of Making Enemies" King for a Day... 3:29
11. "Evidence" King for a Day... 4:54
12. "I Started a Joke" King for a Day... 3:00
13. "Last Cup of Sorrow" Album of the Year 1997 4:09
14. "Ashes to Ashes" Album of the Year 3:36
15. "Stripsearch" Album of the Year 4:29
*Disc two
No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "The World Is Yours" (recorded during the Angel Dust sessions) Faith No More 5:52
2. "Hippie Jam Song" (recorded during the King For A Day... Fool For A Lifetime sessions) Gould, Patton 4:58
3. "Instrumental" (recorded after King For A Day... Fool For A Lifetime. Roddy plays all guitars on this song) Bottum, Gould, Patton 4:59
4. "I Won't Forget You" (recorded during the King For A Day... Fool For A Lifetime sessions) Gould, Patton 4:09
5. "Introduce Yourself" (4-Track Demos) Faith No More 1:43
6. "Highway Star" (Live)[B]) Lord, Blackmore, Gillan, Paice, Glover 1:07
7. "Theme from Midnight Cowboy" (Live)[C]) Barry 1:03
8. "This Guy's in Love with You" (Live)[C]) Bacharach, David 4:19


  1. ^ All releases of this compilation contain the Slash Records version of "We Care a Lot" found on Introduce Yourself, rather than the one from the band's earlier independent We Care a Lot album. The album sleeves that describe the track as "Original Version" are misleading. This error is corrected somewhat on the band's following greatest hits release This Is It: The Best of Faith No More, which correctly labels the track as "We Care a Lot (Slash Version)"
  2. ^ Live on October 6, 1997 at San Francisco
  3. ^ a b Live on October 21, 1997 at the Horden Pavilion, Sydney, Australia recorded by MTV Australia


  1. ^ a b "Who Cares a Lot: Greatest Hits - Overview". Allmusic. Retrieved 2008-09-10. 
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