Faith No More: Angel Dust – Album Of The Week Club review

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Faith No More – Angel Dust

Faith No More - Angel Dust

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Land of Sunshine
Midlife Crisis
Smaller and Smaller
Everything’s Ruined
Be Aggressive
A Small Victory
Crack Hitler
Midnight Cowboy

Following on from their success with The Real Thing in ‘89, Faith No More delivered another slab of innovative rock – and we’d not heard anything quite like it. 

Angel Dust’s music is worlds away from anything FNM had previously put their name to. Just describing it is difficult – a twitchy, erratic symphony that spins through different movements and moods, always on edge. 


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