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King for a Day… Fool for a Lifetime, released in 1995 (see 1995 in music), was the fifth studio album by Faith No More, and first without longtime guitarist Jim Martin. Along with some more traditional Faith No More alternative rock sounds, the album also contains a number of genre blends and parodies, from the smooth, soulful jazz-funk of "Evidence", to the raucous heavy metal of "Cuckoo for Caca", to the lilting country western rock of "Take This Bottle", to… read more



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  • Avatar for project_dominic
    Awesome album. Not the most accessible one by FNM, but well worth listening to.
  • Avatar for RiffmasterRick
    Incorrect title... should be "King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime" [4]
  • Avatar for vikosinka
    evidence ♥
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  • Avatar for Peace_Sells86
    Enjoyed this album.
  • Avatar for EliasOE
    Incorrect title... should be "King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime" [3]
  • Avatar for rrrociog
    this cd is unique. guitar sounds very freshly :)
  • Avatar for MisterJunior
    So many great songs on this one. There's something for fans of just about every subgenre of rock music. Personal favorites for me: Ricochet, Just a Man, King for a Day, Evidence. "Just a Man" may in fact be my choice for best Faith No More song.
  • Avatar for Snooz
    As a kid (and not being english) I thought it was "Food for a life time", which could have worked too.
  • Avatar for Larutanfladle
    Together with ANGEL DUST my favourite FNM album. Educational material for all Alternative Rock Bands since the mid Nineties.

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