The World Is Yours - Faith No More - We Care A Lot / I Started A Joke (CD)


Comments (9)

  1. I Started a Joke, a Single by Faith No More. Released 10 November on Slash (catalog no. LASCD 65; CD). Genres: Pop Rock, Alternative Rock.
  2. We care a lot! About the NY-, SF-, and LAPD We care a lot! About you people We care a lot! About you're guns We care a lot! About the wars we're fighting Gee, that looks like fun! We care a lot! About the Garbage Pail Kids, they never lie We care a lot! About Transformers 'cause there's more than meets the eye We care a lot!
  3. Listen free to Faith No More – We Care a Lot (We Care a Lot, The Jungle and more). 10 tracks (). We Care A lot was the first album by US rock band Faith No More, released in Musically, the album combines post-punk/darkwave & funk rock into a doomy, raw, gritty and intense sound. The track "We Care a Lot" was reworked for their next album Introduce Yourself.
  4. Faith No More fan site.
  5. Sep 05,  · We Care A Lot may not be tied to the Patton era of Faith No More, but it served as the true starting point for the band’s success. Without the Chuck Mosley stage, the Faith No More we .
  6. We Care a Lot () We Care A Lot, The Jungle, Mark Bowen, Jim, Why Do You Bother?, Greed, Pills For Breakfast, As The Worm Turns, Arabian Disco, New Beginnings Introduce Yourself () Faster Disco, Anne's Song, Introduce Yourself, Chinese Arithmetic, Death March, We Care A Lot, R N' R, The.
  7. For a band that only scored one true hit single ('s "Epic"), the "Greatest Hits" tag appended to Who Cares a Lot is deceptive -- most of Faith No More's airplay occurred on MTV, as well as some more open-minded rock radio stations. That's what the 15 tracks collected here represent: singles and songs that were promoted for radio airplay, not necessarily the "best of" Faith No More.
  8. Type: Single Release date: November 17th, Catalog ID: LACDP65 Label: Slash Records Format: CD Reviews: None yet.
  9. “We Care a Lot” is a song by Faith No More. There are three versions of the song (including a Mike Patton era ‘Live’ version), all of which have been officially released over three.

Comment here