I'm gonna have to go with Angel Dust.
Best album featuring Mike Patton?
You know what? I tried to think of a better one than "Angel Dust," but I just couldn't. So, I guess I agree. Come to think of it, I haven't really listened to a Faith No More album all the way through in years. I should dig out my CDs and have a go.
Angel Dust is great, no doubt. Just the breadth of music on that album. It's the same reason I've come to love Fantômas - each album has been a completely unique trip into Pattons head. Here's the curve ball though; for my money the best FnM album was Live at the Brixton Academy. Sure, not original material but it showcases the band as the stellar live act they were. The version of War Pigs on that recording is sublime.
King for a Day > Angel Dust = The Real Thing
And while jogging my memory of how fucking old I am I saw this on Wikipedia about, King for a Day...Fool for a Lifetime.
" A 7 x 7-inch box set of singles was released, which included the B-sides and some interviews between the songs."
Holy shit! If these are vinyl I need to find that shit pronto.
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