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Faith No More: Live at the Brixton Academy (1990)

Video  |   |  Documentary, Music  |  18 September 1990 (USA)
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Credited cast:
Mike Bordin ...
Himself (Drums)
Roddy Bottum ...
Himself (Keyboards)
Billy Gould ...
Himself (Bass Guitar)
Jim Martin ...
Himself (Guitars)
Himself (Vocals)


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Documentary | Music






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18 September 1990 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

You Fat B**tards: Live at the Brixton Academy  »

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The credits spell Mike Patton's name like this as 'Michael Patten'. See more »


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One of the greatest concert videos from the greatest rock band ever
22 December 2008 | by (Argentina) – See all my reviews

Perhaps you're wondering why do I claim Faith No More's being the greatest rock band. Well, folks, I suggest you to check this video.

From the beginning to the end, this video shows the energetic performance of a band at the top of its game. No interviews or backstage images, only five musicians doing what they know and in the meantime, changing their viewers' lives forever.

Mike Patton is at his usual: jumping, dancing, head banging, spitting, climbing stairs, in a word, being himself. The rest of the band sounds well oiled, playing each song with an impressive accurateness without losing an inch of their passion.

Overall, if you love Faith No More, this is a must see. There is no better way for you to remember your love band than to watch it at the height of their popularity. If don't know about Faith No More, this is a must see also. I dare you to see it and not to fall in love with this truly unique and amazing band

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