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Faith No More - The Real Thing album mp3
Alternative Metal,Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,Funk Metal,Hard Rock,Heavy Metal
  • Performer:
    Faith No More
  • Title:
    The Real Thing
  • Genre:
  • Style:
    Alternative Metal,Alternative Pop/Rock,Alternative/Indie Rock,Funk Metal,Hard Rock,Heavy Metal
  • Date of release:
    June, 1989
  • Duration:
    54:58
  • Size FLAC version
    1739 megabytes
  • Size MP3 version
    1380 megabytes
  • Size WMA version
    1514 megabytes
  • Rating:
    4.6
  • Votes:
    878
  • Formats:
    MOD VOX RA MPC MP1 DXD

The Real Thing is the third studio album by American rock band Faith No More, released on June 20, 1989 by Slash and Reprise Records. It was the first major release by the band not to feature vocalist Chuck Mosley. Instead, the album featured Mike Patton from the experimental/funk band Mr. Bungle

Авторы текста и музыки. Billy Gould, Mike Patton, Jim Martin, Mike Bordin, Roddy Bottum. WMG; Warner Chappell, Big Thrilling Music (Publishing), ASCAP, UMPI, UBEM, LatinAutor, LatinAutor - UMPG" и другие авторские общества (10). WMG; UBEM, UMPI, CMRRA, Warner Chappell, LatinAutor, ASCAP, LatinAutor - UMPG" и другие авторские общества (10). Авторы текста и музыки. Mike Patton, Mike Bordin, Billy Gould, Jim Martin, Roddy Bottum.

The Real Thing is the third studio album by the American rock band Faith No More. It was the first release by the band not to feature vocalist Chuck Mosley. Instead, the album featured Mike Patton from the experimental band Mr. Bungle. On this album, Faith No More advanced their sound range combining heavy metal, funk and rock. The Real Thing Q&A.

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Album by Faith No More. Surprise! You're Dead! Zombie Eaters. Woodpecker From Mars (Instrumental). Mike Patton - Lead Vocals. Jim Martin - Lead/Rhythm Guitars. Billy Gould - Bass Guitar. Roddy Bottum - Keyboards. Mike Bordin - Drums, Percussion. Matt Wallace - Producer.

Faith No More's third album overall (and second to see wide release via Slash/Warner), The Real Thing is the moment where the band's seemingly incompatible aesthetics locked into seamless formation. This can largely be attributed to the arrival of Mike Patton, whose sing/scream vocal gesticulations better personified the manic contradictions in the band's sound than outgoing vocalist Chuck Mosely's bratty monotone. And while "Epic" was perfectly timed to satiate the then-burgeoning appetite for rap-rock, the most interesting stuff was happening outside of Patton's staccato verses: that bulldozing fanfare of an opening riff, the beaming, anthemic chorus, Martin's Brian May-inspired soloing, that mournful, fish-killing piano coda.

Credits

Black Sabbath - Composer
Mike Bordin - Composer, Drums
Roddy Bottum - Composer, Keyboards
Geezer Butler - Composer
Faith No More - Composer, Primary Artist, Producer
Bill Gould - Bass, Composer
Tony Iommi - Composer
Jim Martin - Composer
Ozzy Osbourne - Composer
Mike Patton - Composer, Vocals
Matt Wallace - Engineer, Producer
Bill Ward - Composer

Track List

Title/Composer Performer Time
1 From out of Nowhere Faith No More Faith No More 3:22
2 Epic Faith No More Faith No More 4:53
3 Falling to Pieces Mike Bordin / Roddy Bottum / Bill Gould / Jim Martin / Faith No More / Mike Patton Faith No More 5:15
4 Surprise! You're Dead! Faith No More Faith No More 2:27
5 Zombie Eaters Faith No More Faith No More 6:00
6 The Real Thing Faith No More Faith No More 8:13
7 Underwater Love Faith No More Faith No More 3:51
8 The Morning After Faith No More Faith No More 3:43
9 Woodpecker from Mars Faith No More Faith No More 5:40
10 War Pigs Geezer Butler / Tony Iommi / Faith No More / Ozzy Osbourne / Black Sabbath / Bill Ward Faith No More 7:44
11 Edge of the World Faith No More Faith No More 4:10

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I first bought this album when it was a new release, jumping on the "Epic" bandwagon early. When I listen to it now I find it a little synthy but still awesome.My Picks:- Epic- The Real Thing- Underwater Love- Woodpecker From Mars
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The first two Faith No More records were ambitious, if not sprawling messes and mashes of ideas that sometimes worked but often didn't. The decision to sack vocalist Chuck Mosley and replace him with the youthful crackpot Mike Patton proved the wisest of Billy Gould's (bass), Roddy Bottum's (keyboard), Jim Martin's (guitar) and Mike 'Puffy' Bordin's (drums) career.Kicking off as a unit, with the upbeat and aptly named 'From Out of Nowhere', FNM gallop into territories not heard before from the band. The increase in pace and hooks, not to mention the axe grinding Sabbath-esque riffs of Jim Martin pulled more to the front and the crowning focus of Patton providing a range of raps ('Surprise! You're Dead' & the epic 'Epic'), crooning ('The Edge of the World') and high range capabilities beyond the register of his predecessor.However, when compared to the vast collection of Mike Patton's projects over arguably the most diverse career an artist could have this side of Prince, his vocal range is incredibly restrained and often reliant on a high-pitched nasal whine. Here lies the true purpose of 'The Real Thing'; this is a big label debut designed to break the charts, and with the massive hit single, 'Epic', FNM carved out a crossover niche only heard in Beastie Boy & Run DMC circles. From rapped verses, a hugh hooky chorus and chanting, fading out with a Roddy Bottum classical composition, the song launched the band into the same arenas as Guns N Roses and Metallica; albeit as their support act.The Sabbath revival was in full flow by the turn of the 90s, with contemporaries Soundgarden, Red Hot Chili Peppers, and heavier acts like Metallica turning to more Sabbath-esque riffing. Subsequently, 'The Real Thing' is cleanly produced and most songs follow a clear blueprint that flips between funk-alt similar to the Chilis, axing riffs that flip between Sabbath and Slayer and layering melodies designed for chart success (the uplifting 'Underwater Love' is as sassy pop as they come & a sure-fire plan B, were it not the more metal route they decided to pursue due to 'Epic''s success, on follow up 'Angel Dust').More interesting moments include 'Zombie Eaters', with its slow start and build into a distorted bass cacophony and another sledging riff from Martin. 'The Edge of the World', another potential pop single, showcased the crooning and lounge humour of Patton. Although the softer moments caught many metalheads off guard, it is this same unpredictability which made FNM a refreshing alternative to the big hair glam bands and snarling thrashers of the late-80s. By no means is this a bad album - every song is well crafted and delivered; more the polished production and general assimilation into a more commercial sound may have jarred the hardcore fans of the Mosley days.Still a great album, particularly the parts that followed less a blueprint and more the capabilities of the band as a unit; something prior FNM albums struggled to do.