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Word of aforementioned together 21 5 times on the first 17 pages since not once I found it twice on times on the first 17 pages since not once "I FOUND IT TWICE ON SAME " found it twice on same I remember that the very first and only one synonymus phrase was on the page of 130 previously mentioned Despite I am not an English xpert but I am good at linguistics I found it a little bit annoyingI also missed a chapter about Peeping Tom and Mondo Cane I know that the title says FNM and Mr Bungle but there were chapters about other side projects so I believe those aforementioned ones could have been mentioned too If Patton shitting habits got one whole chapter why those can t get anyOn the whole I really like the book and I appreciate Greg Prato s fforts very much to write this book Along with the book I listened to Mr Bungle again I hadn t done it for years and I recollected my memories of FNM concerts in Hungary again So long story short Thank you Cobbled together from various articles printed about the band over the years Unimaginative and poorly written Read this based on a review because I am a huge Mike Patton fan Didn t xpect much but found out a number of things about the "Bands That I Had "that I had previously read Easy to tell the author is a rockmetal guy any of the music that strayed away from those genres did not receive unbiased treatment For hardcore fans only ANON. Of Painsolo artist Mike Fleischmann Vision of Disorder John Garcia Vista Chinoex Kyuss Mitts Madball Angelo Moore Fishbone Jason Newsted Newstedex Metallica Travis Stever Coheed and Cambria Kim Thayil Soundgarden Devin Townsend Devin Townsend Projectex Strapping Young Lad Ville Valo HIM and Jeff Walker Carcass Finally a complete and thorough overview of Faith No More and Mr Bungle's careersstrap yourself in andor hold on tigh.
Greg Prato ¶ 2 CharactersThe parts of this book that actually focused on the histories and legacies of these two great bands were amazing Unfortunately the author inexplicably felt compelled to insert the thoughts of rock star wannabes such as Wes Borland Mitts and Everlast Who the hell cares what they think of FNM or Mr Bungle The biographical content in the book was so minimal that it was depressing Decent book but I can t figure out why our humble as he states a few times author ven decided to include Mr Bungle in his companion It seems he dismisses a "Lot Of Their Work "of their work and barely covers the band members or their work at all compared to the space he gives FNM Probably Bungle could ve been covered in a chapter in a Faith No More companion rather than including Mr Bungle in the titlePlus a lot of space is given to members of unassociated bands giving their impressions of FNM and Bungle Who cares a lot what they think I must first mention that I may be biased as I love both of these bands and consider them integral to my sense of what music is and can be That being said "I really think that the author did a great job There is a lot to take away from this book " really think that the author did a great job There is a lot to take away from this book facts and interviews are presented objectively are organized chronologically and flow well I felt as though I was walking through my past albeit wi. Place any musical style in front of Faith No More and seemingly a timeless song of their own would soon be created Between 1985 1997 Faith No More issued six full length recordings including such classic titles as 'The Real Thing' and 'Angel Dust' and in the process influenced countless musicians throughout the world But that's not to say it was smooth sailing members coming and going inter band bickering never being the toas. Th some great new information as I read I really liked the Bungle sections as the band has often been very lusive It ven had me listening along at many points to "THE ALBUM FEATURED IN THE CHAPTER "album featured in the chapter was reading In short I really njoyed this from start to finish If you are into ither of the bands or Mike Patton you really should get this I am much interested in the subject matter or this rating would have probably been lower Prato
*has an annoying *an annoying of referring to parts of the body with cutsey names like a head is a noggin a chin is a chinny chin chinThe writing as sort of juvenile and I am big fans of both bands so there was not any new information to glean But I love Faith No More and Mr Bungle so much it s hard to give to bad a rating considering the subject matter I have mixed feelings toward this book As a FNM fan I was really really happy when I heard about this book therefore I couldn t wait to read itWhat I liked the structure of this book and how Prato let the musicians speak He collected the materials from different interviews not only "his but by many othersand put into one coherent text I also liked that he " but by many othersand put into one coherent text I also liked that he by not always FNM fan well known musicians as well members of Kyuss Soundgarden Sepultura HIM Korn Ozzy and many many othersWhat I didn t like I started to count the. T of the critics tc And much of the same could be said about the zanier Mr Bungle which also featured FNM singer Mike Patton Now for the first time Hard Bread (Phoenix Poets (Paper)) ever there is a book thatxplores and analyzes both bands' histories 'The Faith No More Mr Bungle Companion' Interviews include Wes Borland Black Light BurnsLimp Bizkit Max Cavalera Soulflyex Sepultura Johnny Christ Avenged Sevenfold Gilby Clarke x Guns N' Roses Everlast House.