Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Forgotten Classic Video of the Week

I was a little worried that I wasn't going to come up with a video this week, but after recommending a Faith No More song to Jef, I decided to post "Falling to Pieces." I'm sure that everyone remembers their big hit, "Epic," but I was always much more fond of this one. And I had such a thing for Mike Patton. Yum.

That song I recommended, by the way, was "Edge of the World." You should all look that one up. At the risk of sounding like Paris Hilton, it's hot.

6 comments:

Edge said...

Yes, spent a good portion of 20 minutes looking up the said list. Will listen to them this PM when I arrive at the compound. I'll look up the FNM thing. I'm wonderign if FNM changed the way music went. I think they got us out of the 80's along with the Seattle sound. It changed to more grundge after FNM. They did things much differently.

~Jef

Writeprocrastinator said...

Somebody put me together indeed.

Finally, some metal!

Metal Mark said...

This was a good album. I like their earlier stuff as well.

scott said...

You do a good job picking these forgotten classic videos, because this is the first one that I've actually heard of. Yay!

LoraLoo said...

I do like this song, but I think you need to be smoking something to get the video. LOL

An80sNut said...

Tremendous album. "Falling To Pieces" is a classic. Lyrically beautiful.

 

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