Music Millennium

Manic and filled to bursting with the most powerful songs Faith No More has ever written, this album is a tribute to the group's perverse brilliance in the studio. Produced by the band with Roli Mosimann (Foetus, Swans), Album of the Year matches eccentricity and aggression with radio-friendly songcraft for their most accessible release to date. Key tracks: "The Last Cup of Sorrow," "Ashes to Ashes" and "She Loves Me Not." Faith No More will be touring heavily throughout the summer.
Manic and filled to bursting with the most powerful songs Faith No More has ever written, this album is a tribute to the group's perverse brilliance in the studio. Produced by the band with Roli Mosimann (Foetus, Swans), Album of the Year matches eccentricity and aggression with radio-friendly songcraft for their most accessible release to date. Key tracks: "The Last Cup of Sorrow," "Ashes to Ashes" and "She Loves Me Not." Faith No More will be touring heavily throughout the summer.
093624662921
Faith No More - Album Of The Year

Details

Format: CD
Label: REPRISE / WEA
Catalog: 46629
Rel. Date: 06/03/1997
UPC: 093624662921

Album Of The Year
Artist: Faith No More
Format: CD
New: In Stock $11.99
Wish

Formats and Editions

More Info:

Manic and filled to bursting with the most powerful songs Faith No More has ever written, this album is a tribute to the group's perverse brilliance in the studio. Produced by the band with Roli Mosimann (Foetus, Swans), Album of the Year matches eccentricity and aggression with radio-friendly songcraft for their most accessible release to date. Key tracks: "The Last Cup of Sorrow," "Ashes to Ashes" and "She Loves Me Not." Faith No More will be touring heavily throughout the summer.

Reviews:

''Album of the Year'' is the sixth studio album by Faith No More. It was released on June 3, 1997, and is the only album to feature the band's current guitarist Jon Hudson.

During touring in support of ''Album of the Year'', Faith No More frequently wore suits during performances, a trend which carried over to their 2009 reunion tour.

The album sleeve did not feature printed lyrics; however, Mike Patton and Billy Gould did submit official lyrics to fnm.com, which was a fan controlled site prior to the band reformation in 2009.

The first pressing of the Australian version included a bonus remix disc.

''Album of the Year'' is the last album to be produced by the band before their break-up in April, 1998. - Wikipedia

        
back to top