The second single from Faith No More's fifth album King For A Day Fool For A Lifetime was released on May 1st 1995. Unbelievably this song almost didn’t make the cut, but was included at the insistence of Mike Bordin.
"That's my favourite song. I was sort of a fuckin' weasel, and... that wasn't gonna be on the record, but that song turned out so great that it pushed another song off the record. I think it sounds great, I love that song. I really love the choruses, where it
A socially distanced Mike & Jim continue talking about Faith No More's 1995 album King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime EPISODE NOTES
It's 1994. Jim Martin has been fired from Faith No More via fax, Mr Bungle's Trey Spruance has taken his place on guitar, Roddy Bottum is absent from most the songwriting and King for a Day is the result.
Featuring discussion of: Star A.D., Cuckoo for Caca & Caralho Voador.
KFAD talk begins at 55:38
It's 1994. Jim Martin has been fired from Faith No More via fax, Mr Bungle's Trey Spruance has taken his place on guitar, Roddy Bottum is absent from most the songwriting and King for a Day is the result. Note: This episode is pieced together from multiple recordings occurring between 19/3 - 2/4/20. This was to keep FNM news up to date. Any Covid-19 talk happened in the earlier phases and is already outdated. Please forgive anything that sounds like ignorance or misinformatio
Faith No More released their fifth studio album King For A Day Fool For A Lifetime Twenty five years ago in March 1995. Faith No More's album King For A Day Fool For A Lifetime did initially not find the same critical acclaim as it's predecessor when it was released in 1995. It received mixed reviews but has has since become revered by fans and critics alike.
Here are a collection of reviews from major music publications all over the world. Kerrang! | February 1995 | KKKKK
Faith No More's fifth studio album was released twenty five years ago in March 1995. The Making Of King For a Day Fool For A Lifetime This is the story of how Faith No More's compelling and brilliant fifth album King For a Day Fool For A Lifetime was recorded. This article was written with the help of the band, referencing interviews with band members and those who were involved. To Create You Must First Destroy The friction between five diverse personalities that created the
Twenty five years ago Faith No More were on tour promoting King For A Day Fool For A Lifetime in the UK FAITH NO MORE Interview at The Forum, London. March 13th, 1995. By Martin Bate Faith No More are back from the wilderness. It's been nearly three years since their massively successful (in the non-American world) Angel Dust album. During this period they toured for a ridiculously long time, fired their long-time guitarist Jim Martin, searched long and hard for a replacement