We care a lot! About the army, navy, air force and marines...
Faith no more!!
love a bit of faith. saw them at the NEC many moons ago. everyone was throwing the seat covers around. it was hilarious watching the stewards trying to stop people. They were certainly busy telling everyone to sit down. yeah righto, good luck with that. They gave up after about 10 minutes.
In a very similar way I just rediscovered Smashmouth. Weeeeeeee!
@mudshark yes I'm sure
Chuck couldn't sing but that was kind of the point. He was a great frontman and I liked that he wasn't a polished vocalist
I liked Mike too, he's got a cracking voice, polar opposite to Chuck
Awesome band, saw them at Phoenix festival in 95, best of the weekend. Cover of Glory box was blinding.
Ahhhhh, yup. I was there for that one too. I also recall that Patton got his wang out and widdled all over the stage. At least he didn't drink it out of his shoe that time
Reminds me of the numerous tales of 'shit-terrorism' from the Angel Dust tour, my favourite being the story that he shat in a carton of orange juice, re-sealed it and hid it in L7's rider. The occasion he was reported to have crammed a jobbie into a hotel room hairdryer comes a close second.
Was at Phoenix in '95. Slightly alarmed at the way Mike Patton repeatedly threw himself on the stage! Would love to see them again, in a smaller venue.
Mike Patton's vocal range beats pretty much everyone else from that era.
Their cover of Easy is awesome, as are those songs with Sparks. I still listen to their stuff now and it's timeless - in part because it wasn't part of any scene, just a bunch of great musicians doing their own thing
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