Faith No More to reissue debut album We Care A Lot

Faith No More to reissue debut album We Care A Lot

It’s been over three decades since the influential rap-funk-rock-punk-metal-experimental-whatever band Faith No More released their debut album, We Care A Lot. Originally released on the San Francisco-based label Mordan Records in 1985, Faith No More’s iconic album is being reissued after more than 20 years out of print.

Remastered from the original reels by engineering guru,Maor Applebaum, this deluxe release features nine bonus tracks, including three remixes, four demos, and two live tracks from a 1986 show at the I-Beam in San Francisco.

Described by Select Magazine as “a lustful marriage of mutoid metal and dance floor verve,” We Care A Lot marks the beginning of a band whose music has been both critically-acclaimed and frustratingly difficult to define.

Look out for the reissue of We Care A Lot on August 19 via Bill Gould’s Koolarrow Records. The CD is available now for pre-order  here.

We Care A Lot (Deluxe Band Edition) tracklist:

01. We Care A Lot
02. The Jungle
03. Mark Bowen
04. Jim
05. Why Do You Bother
06. Greed
07. Pills for Breakfast
08. As The Worm Turns
09. Arabian Disco
10. New Beginnings
11. We Care A Lot – 2016 Mix
12. Pills for Breakfast – 2016 Mix
13. As The Worm Turns – 2016 Mix
14. Greed – Original Demo
15. Mark Bowen – Original Demo
16. Arabian Disco – Original Demo
17. Intro – Original Demo
18. The Jungle – I-Beam, SF, 1986
19. New Beginnings – I-Beam, SF, 1986

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