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Faith. No More.

Faith No More

Type:
Demo
Release date:
1984
Catalog ID:
N/A
Label:
Independent
Format:
Cassette
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1. Greed 03:41  
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2. Mark Bowen 03:10  
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3. Greed (Dance Mix) 08:43  
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4. Da Da Da 06:35  
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5. [Untitled] 04:20  
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6. Death Disco 03:53  
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7. Mike's Disco / New Love, Same Neurosis 03:39  
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8. [Untitled] 02:41  
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9. Why Do You Bother? 05:17  
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10. Arabian Disco 03:19  
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Band members
Billy Gould Bass
Mike Bordin Drums
Roddy Bottum Keyboards
Mark Bowen Guitars
Desmond Trial Guitars
Mark Stewart Guitars
Chuck Mosley (R.I.P. 2017) Vocals (lead)
Walter O'Brien Vocals (lead)
Courtney Love Vocals (lead)
Paula Frazer Vocals (lead), Guitars
Miscellaneous staff
Matt Wallace Producer
Billy Gould Bass
Mike Bordin Drums
Roddy Bottum Keyboards
Mark Bowen Guitars
Desmond Trial Guitars
Mark Stewart Guitars
Chuck Mosley (R.I.P. 2017) Vocals (lead)
Walter O'Brien Vocals (lead)
Courtney Love Vocals (lead)
Paula Frazer Vocals (lead), Guitars
Matt Wallace Producer
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The songs featured on this second Faith No More demo tape were recorded throughout 1983 and 1984 with a revolving line-up change in vocalists and guitarists. Some of the musicians and names of the songs on the demo tape have not been established, though the majority have been confirmed with interviews of old band members.
All songs feature Billy Gould on bass, Roddy Bottum on keyboards and Mike Bordin on drums.

Varying sources claim different amounts of tracks on this demo but this is due to inaccurate splitting up of Trio's song "Da Da Da". The song is in fact Roddy Bottum listening to the song in the background and whistling along to it and parodying it while talking to friends. The song is only played once.

The tape also features snippets of live shows, bits of interviews and studio outtakes spliced in.

Because of several portions of the demo tape featuring Roddy Bottum speaking with friends, often addressing a friend named Stephanie whom this tape was possibly made for, the demo has been dubbed by Faith No More fans as "The Roddy Demos 1984".

The song "New Love, Same Neurosis" is often wrongly labeled as "Surprise/Zombie Eaters", two song titles that did not exist at the time. The real song title, "New Love, Same Neurosis" is confirmed by the name of the song from the first Faith No More demo in 1983.

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Added on: 2020-07-16 10:21:58 Last modified on: 2020-07-16 10:26:37