Title: Introduce Yourself
Label: Slash, London Records
Style: Alternative Rock, Hard Rock
Cat: SMAC 21
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2497 mb | MP3 size: 2242 mb | WMA size: 1524 mb
|3||We Care A Lot|
|8||R n' R|
|9||The Crab Song|
|25559-1, 1-25559||Faith No More||Introduce Yourself (LP, Album)||Slash, Slash||25559-1, 1-25559||US||1987|
|SLAP 21, 828 051-1||Faith No More||Introduce Yourself (LP, Album)||Slash, London Records, London American Recordings||SLAP 21, 828 051-1||Europe||1987|
|W4 25559||Faith No More||Introduce Yourself (Cass, Album, Club, Dol)||Slash||W4 25559||Canada||1987|
|828 051-2||Faith No More||Introduce Yourself (CD, Album)||Slash||828 051-2||UK||1987|
|MG 1339||Faith No More||Introduce Yourself (Cass, Album, Unofficial)||MG Records||MG 1339||Poland||1991|
- Art Direction, Design – Bob Biggs, Faith No More, Jeff Price
- Bass – Bill Gould
- Drums – Mike Bordin
- Engineer [Assistant] – Jim "Watts" Vereecke
- Guitar – Jim Martin
- Keyboards – Roddy Bottum
- Lyrics By – Chuck, Roddy (tracks: A3, B1)
- Mastered By – John Golden
- Photography By – Lendon Flanagan
- Producer – Steve Berlin
- Producer, Engineer – Matt Wallace
- Vocals – Chuck Mosely
- Written-By, Producer – Faith No More
Housed in a clear cassette shell, it was also released with a black cassette shell with white labels.
Recorded at Studio D, Sausalito, CA.
Mastered at K-Disc, Los Angeles, CA.
℗1987 Slash Records.
©1987 Slash Records.
- Barcode (As Printed): 0 42282 80514 0
- Barcode (Scanned, UPC A): 042282805140
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Slash Records
- Copyright (c) – Slash Records
- Published By – Big Thrilling Music
- Published By – Faith No More Music
- Recorded At – Studio D
- Mastered At – K Disc Mastering
Introduce Yourself - Faith No More. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Faith No More. Introduce Yourself. Introduce Yourself is Faith No More's second album, released in 1987. Due to the limited availability of the first album, We Care a Lot until it was re-released on CD years later, many, including the band, once considered this Faith No More's true debut album. Being the group's major label debut, this album features better production than its predecessor, which is most evident on this album's version of the song We Care a Lot, which also features updated, more topical, lyrics. It was the last. Complete your Faith No More collection. Plus in a way this has been the only Faith No More album to date in which every member was cemented in their role as the same line-up here had been touring together for a few years prior and produced the debut We Care a Lot on Mordam Records. Patton had been in the band for less than year when The Real Thing came out, Martin was hardly a member of the group during the making of Angel Dust and left soon after, Trey Spruance only stuck around to record on KFAD and was out, and lastly Jon Hudson only appeared on AOTY. Faith No More - Introduce Yourself 1987. To favorites 7 Download album. Listen album. Alternative Rock. Songs in album Faith No More - Introduce Yourself 1987. Faith No More - Faster Disco. Faith No More - Anne's Song. Faith No More - Introduce Yourself. Faith No More - Chinese Arithmetic. Faith No More - Death March. Faith No More - We Care A Lot. Faith No More - R n' R. On Faith No More's major-label debut, Introduce Yourself, the band that fans grew to know and love much later in its career finally rears its ugly head much more so than on their 1985 independent release We Care a Lot. All the ingredients are there, but like its predecessor there's one crucial item missing, super-vocalist Mike Patton. This would be original singer Chuck Mosley's last outing with the band, before he was ejected due to erratic and unpredictable behavior. Still, the album is consistent and interesting, with Mosley's out-of-tune vocals being an acquired taste. Review Summary: Faith No More introduces themselves to the world and gives their singer the boot in the processReview Summary: Faith No More introduces themselves to the world and gives their singer the boot in the process Before becoming an alternative rock pioneer and cited by countless bands as a major influence, Faith No More spent a pair of albums flirting with a variety of genres while tooling their sound. During this reign, the band produced their 1985 debut We Care a Lot and the 1987 follow-up Introduce Yourself, both with vocalist Chuck Mosley at the helm. Mosleys controversial presenceattitude and questionable vocal talents would lead to both mixed reactions from the music listening public. Listen free to Faith No More Introduce Yourself Faster Disco, Anne's Song and more. 10 tracks 37:44