Faith No More are a band from San Francisco, California that plays a mixture of funk, experimental and alternative metal and an this is a review of their classic 1992 album "Angel Dust" which was released by Slash Records.
The album starts out with a very heavy sound along with keyboards and funk style bass which also leads up to melodic vocals and spoken word parts as well as bringing in avant garde elements and solos and when it goes into other songs the vocals get more aggressive in certain parts of the recording as well as the music adding in melody and on one of the song s they brign in a small amount of acoustic guitars.
As the album continues you can hear some hip hop being added into the vocals at times as well as the music getting more experimental with each track and they bring in a variety of many different musical genres to the recording and at times they also bring in thrash and death metal influences for a few seconds while it is still not a big part of their sound.
With this album Faith No More went into a more experimental and avant garde direction instead of going into a more commercial route after having a huge seller with the album that came out a few years before this one and this is the album where Mike Patton was able to start bringing out some of his more weird styles of music and every song has a different sound to it.
Song lyrics cover humorous and everyday themes, while the production has a very strong, powerful, heavy and professional sound where you can hear all of the musical instruments that are present on this recording.
In my opinion this was a very great sounding recording from Faith No More and if you are a fan of this band, you probably already own this album. RECOMMENDED TRACKS INCLUDE "Caffeine" "R.V" "Malpractice" and "Crack Hitler". 8 out of 10.