Faith No More
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Faith No More is one of the more unorthodox bands on the big metal scene with their mix of traditional heavy metal and a myriad of other music genres. They formed in San Francisco, California in late 1981 and settled under their current name in the autumn of 1983. The band has had several lineup changes during their career and has released seven full-length studio albums. Faith No More has been widely praised for their significance and influence and the band helped to pave the way for the Nu Metal-genre that fused hip-hop and rock together. Bands like Slipknot, Korn, System of a Down, Deftones, Sepultura, Papa Roach and Sevendust, has credited Faith No More for their influence. Their biggest selling album is the "The Real Thing" from 1989 with its breakthrough hit single "Epic" that peaked at number nine on the Billboard Hot 100-chart. Faith No More's best known song is probably their cover version of The Commodores "Easy" that became their highest-charting UK hit, reaching #3 in 1993.
- Soundtrack("We Care a Lot")
- Soundtrack("Falling to Pieces")
- Soundtrack("The Perfect Crime")
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