Faith No More Released 'King For A Day Fool For A Lifetime' 28 years Ago
Faith No More released their fifth studio album on March 28th 1995. Some consider it their best recording to date.
To celebrate the anniversary of this masterpiece of music history we have gathered some articles we have dedicated to the record over the years.
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.
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.
Test your knowledge on the album.
We approached Bill Gould (who's support for our page never falters. Thanks Bill) to talk about KFAD 21 years after it's release. We hope his answers shed a little more light on the production of what is without doubt a masterpiece in music history.
A collection of articles from various publications written about the album.
The Faith No More Podcast discuss the album in detail over six episodes in nearly seventeen hours worth of conversation.