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.


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.


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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