Also, If anyone could post their experience at Faith No More shows. I'm
curious as to what they are like live. BTW, did anyone see them last week
on Jay Leno's show (of all places). I turned it on, and they were in the
middle of that James Taylor song, 'easy like sunday morning' or whatever
it's called. Wierd...
> Also, If anyone could post their experience at Faith No More shows. I'm
>curious as to what they are like live. BTW, did anyone see them last week
>on Jay Leno's show (of all places). I turned it on, and they were in the
>middle of that James Taylor song, 'easy like sunday morning' or whatever
>it's called. Wierd...
FNM is, IMHO, simply the best live band in the world. Mike Patton is
a madman on stage. I saw then at the American Theatre in St. Louis
a couple months ago (with Helmet), and they simply had the crowd eating
out of their hands. Seeing FNM live also gives you a new appreciation
for Patton's vocal range, because he does the full range of vocal
affects _live_. Imagine going from _Jizzlobber_ straight into
_Easy Like Sunday Morning_. If you have a chance to see them live,
by all means do it, it'll be worth your while.
> Is anyone else out there in awe of Tool's 'Opiate'? I'd be interested in
>hearing from someone who has seen them live, or knows more about them. All
>I know is they is good.
YES YES YES! I haven't yet had the opportunity to see them live, but they
come around this area from time to time. Opiate is the most awesome album
(well maybe not THE most awesome album, but if ever there was an album that
I use to test just how loud my car stereo will go, this is the one!)
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