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Metal Insider’s Top 10: Albums Celebrating 20th Anniversaries

Posted by on September 10, 2012

3. Faith No More, Angel Dust

Following the success of 1989’s The Real Thing was no easy task. Instead of trying to replicate hits like “Epic,” though, Faith No More went in a different direction that delivered an album still accessible but still bizarre. The move proved to pay off, with Angel Dust still serving as the band’s best-selling album and a favorite among most. The album featured memorable hits like “Midlife Crisis” and “A Small Victory” and weird favorites like “Crack Hitler” and “Jizzlobber.” While the album saw singer Mike Patton play a bigger role in the sound, it also was guitarist Jim Martin’s last contribution to the group.

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