Debut studio album from San Francisco's Faith No More. We Care A Lot was originally released in 1985 and positioned the band at the forefront of experimental hard rock. Although the album has nowhere near the weirdness of Angel Dust or Album of the Year, there is still plenty to keep you entertained. This is Faith No More before Mike Patton, when Chuck Mosley was the vocalist. There are glimpses of the genre bending that would come to define the band's sound and Mosley's punk-ish delivery seems to fit it perfectly. This reissue, more than three decades after the original release, features the full album along with demo versions, live takes and alternate mixes of different tracks from the album. The uninitiated should checkout "As The Worm Turns," "Arabian Disco," "Pills For Breakfast," and the title track, and then go click that add to cart button! Nineteen tracks in all. Released by Koolarrow Records on double 180 gram vinyl housed in a gatefold sleeve with a CD of the album.
- double 180 gram vinyl pressing
- gatefold sleeve
- 2nd LP of demo versions, live takes and alternate mixes
- includes CD
- music label: Koolarrow Records 2016
reviewed by ninetwofour 08/2016