Faith No More albums: The Real Thing


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Label
Faith No More
The Real Thing
alternative metal ·
rock ·
1989
11 tracks

about this album:
The Real Thing is the third studio album by American rock quintet Faith No More, first released through Slash Records on June 20, 1989. It was the first release by the band not to feature vocalist Chuck Mosely; instead the album featured Mike Patton from the experimental rock band Mr. Bungle.

On this album, Faith No More advanced their sound range combining heavy metal, progressive rock, hip hop, funk, jazz, and soul.
Although released in mid 1989, The Real Thing didn’t enter the Billboard 200 until February 1990, after the release of the second single from the album, “Epic”, and eventually peaked at number eleven on the chart in October 1990, following the the reissue of “Epic” almost a year and half after the initial release of the album. It was eventually certified platinum in America and Canada as well as being certified Silver in the United Kingdom.

Track List
From Out of Nowhere
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Epic
Length: 4.5 MB ~ Download>> stock-vector-download-rou.jpg ~ mp3

Falling to Pieces
Length: 4.8 MB ~ Download>> stock-vector-download-rou.jpg ~ mp3

Surprise! You’re Dead!
Length: 2.3 MB ~ Download>> stock-vector-download-rou.jpg ~ mp3

Zombie Eaters
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The Real Thing
Length: 7.5 MB ~ Download>> stock-vector-download-rou.jpg ~ mp3

Underwater Love
Length: 3.5 MB ~ Download>> stock-vector-download-rou.jpg ~ mp3

The Morning After
Length: 3.4 MB ~ Download>> stock-vector-download-rou.jpg ~ mp3

Woodpecker From Mars
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War Pigs
Length: 7.1 MB ~ Download>> stock-vector-download-rou.jpg ~ mp3

Edge of the World
Length: 3.9 MB ~ Download>> stock-vector-download-rou.jpg ~ mp3

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