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Angel Dust is the fourth studio album by band Faith No More, first released through Slash on June 8, 1992 in Europe and the United States. It's the final studio album with long time guitarist Jim Martin and the second to feature Mike Patton on vocals however it is the first album in which he had an influence on the band's sound, as Patton hadn't previously had input on the musical composition of the albums predecessor, The Real… read more



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  • Avatar for Chrilu
    It shouldn't bother me, no, it shouldn't... but it DOES! :-)
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  • Avatar for vizsla826
    This album shouldn't be so addicting (3)
  • Avatar for Peace_Sells86
    Second favourite FNM record. Some of their best work.
  • Avatar for sirenonthe101
    I really really love this album.
  • Avatar for screamingacorn2
    tremendous album!!
  • Avatar for MisterJunior
    Seems weird to think now but I remember when Angel Dust first came out, a lot of people who jumped on the FNM bandwagon after "Epic" jumped right back off because this one was "too weird." Obviously time has been kind to this record, as it's now regarded as one of the classics of the genre. Also in retrospect given some of what Pattton's been involved in since, calling Angel Dust "weird" seems hilarious.
  • Avatar for NinnyHonestLiar
    This album shouldn't be so addicting [2]
  • Avatar for fatcon
    This album shouldn't be so addicting

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