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  • Tezil says:
    Label: Mordam Records - MDR 1 • Format: Vinyl LP, Album, Reissue • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Hard Rock Faith No More - We Care A Lot (, Vinyl) | Discogs Explore4/5(60).
  • Arataxe says:
    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of We Care A Lot on Discogs/5(43).
  • Shaktikree says:
    Original tracks remastered with bonus tracks that include a couple songs remixed, by Matt Wallace, and some unreleased demos and live tracks. Customers will receive an instant Mp3 download of the full album download. Side 1: 1. We Care A Lot 2. The Jungle 3. Mark Bowen 4. Jim 5. Why Do You Bother Side 2: 6. Greed 7. Pills For Breakfast 8.
  • Malacage says:
    Aug 19,  · no body is going to convince you this first album is their best work but i has some great songs on it that still got a lot of play live, We Care a Lot Pills for Breakfast& As the Worm Turns some of my favorites of the era. pill & as the worm turn are messed together as a longer song but We Care a Lot get a refresher on the introduce yourself cd/5(32).
  • Gurg says:
    Aug 19,  · Customers will receive an instant Mp3 download of the full album. Track Listing: 1. We Care A Lot 2. The Jungle 3. Mark Bowen 4. Jim 5. Why Do You Bother 6. Greed 7. Pills For Breakfast 8. As the Worm Turns 9. Arabian Disco New Beginnings We Care A Lot - Mix Pills For Breakfast - Mix As the Worm Turns - Mix
  • Digami says:
    After listening to Faith No More's debut, We Care a Lot, it's hard to believe that this is the same band that we know today. They sound more like early Public Image Limited than the FNM that would eventually assault your senses with Angel Dust and Album of the Year. Obviously, one of the major reasons is because current singer Mike Patton is not on the album.6/
  • Gronris says:
    Aug 26,  · As time has gone on, and before I picked this up, We Care A Lot became my favourite album. I saw its influences, I found it to be raw and powerful and the most honest Faith No More record. I love how playful the band are and you can hear that in this early LP.5/5(3).
  • Vimi says:
    Faith No More's debut was an eccentric — and rarely repeated — marriage of underground post-punk and Sabbath-inspired heavy metal. It is often dismissed as FNM's very worst record, although in my opinion it's just as creative and unique as the band's later output under Mike Patton. Faith No More's origins can be traced back to the late.

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