The Real Thing

Memorable Live Performances: Jim Martin’s Last Show w/ Faith No More 1993

Top 10 Faith No More Songs

Faith No More are an absolutely tremendous band. They are one of the few bands that have the ability to evolve in a way that is untouchable. The versatility of the band and how damn good each member compliments each other shows on each album, no matter who is in the line up. I personally am very partial to the Jim Martin era. I’ve always thought he brought such a unique touch to the songs. That’s in no way a shot at Jon Hudson or Tre Spruance. I will always be bummed I didn’t get to see Faith No More with Jim but, when I get that time machine, you bet your ass I’ll be going back to see Faith No More with Jim. That being said, this performance here, is Jim’s last with the band. It’s a pretty awesome performance and how. The setlist is pure gold and the energy on stage is contagious.

Faith No More- Live July 17, 1993 / Phoenix Festival / Stratford-upon-Avon, England:

Memorable TV Performances: Faith No More on Saturday Night Live

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Let’s take a trip back to 1990, when John Goodman was hosting Saturday Night Live for his second time and the musical guest for the evening was Faith No More. The band played two songs from The Real Thing, “Epic” and “From Out Of Nowhere.” Their performance on SNL is one of my all time favorites. Mike Patton really went off that night too, as you’ll see when you watch the below clips.

 

Faith No More- Epic:

Faith No More- From Out Of Nowhere:

Album Rank: Faith No More

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To coincide with 2015 being the year that Faith No More will release a brand new album, why not rank all their previous efforts! Note: I’m only ranking the Mike Patton albums and not Chuck Mosley.

 

5. Album Of The Year:

 

4. Sol Invictus:

 

3. King For A Day…Fool For A Life Time:

 

2. The Real Thing:

 

1. Angel Dust: