Faith No More - Angel Dust

8.7 | 408 votes |
Release date: 8 June 1992
Style: Alternative metal


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01. Land Of Sunshine
02. Caffeine
03. Midlife Crisis
04. RV
05. Smaller And Smaller
06. Everything's Ruined
07. Malpractice
08. Kindergarten
09. Be Aggressive
10. A Small Victory
11. Crack Hitler
12. Jizzlobber
13. Midnight Cowboy
14. Easy [Commodores cover]

Top 20 albums of 1992: 7

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24.03.2012 - 15:26
Rating: 10
Truly brilliant album, the huge drop in quality from here to their last two albums only serves to highlight this.
09.06.2012 - 04:33
Rating: 9
Ace Frawley
The Spaceman
Agree this is a brilliant album for its time. Probably the best work by Faith No More.
The sun shines over The Fool...
20.09.2012 - 01:28
Rating: 8
There's a lot to be admired in this album, and one of those things is the diversity and experimentation. Some really heavy songs like 'Caffeine' and 'Malpractice' are well complemented by softer tracks like 'Easy' and 'Midnight Cowboy'. However I feel as if the album itself is longer than it should be, because a lot of the songs do seem to be very slow-moving. Nonetheless it stands as one of the band's finest albums to date.
16.12.2012 - 17:01
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Yes, its probably their best album ever. This album shows perfection in every way possible. The musicianship is simply perfect, the songs are well written and Mike Pattons vocals are maybe the best ever! Masterpiece!
14.02.2014 - 13:18
Rating: 9
Ace Frawley
The Spaceman
Written by deadone on 14.02.2014 at 02:34

Real Thing might have had those super catchy singles but Angel Dust is a far more consistent and better crafted album.

It's only fault is that I think the Korn guys listened to it a lot.

hahaha, agree. Never got into Korn - probably a good thing for me. Stupid band name as well.
The sun shines over The Fool...
21.06.2017 - 00:10
What a delicious album!
23.03.2018 - 09:01
Rating: 10
I can't believe I am just now starting to appreciate this masterpiece of an album. So ahead of its time and so varied and maniacal, not a dull moment to be found. The bands finest for sure, and Mike Patton's peak of vocal excellence as well. Constant replayability.

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