TOP 5 albums from Dead When I Found Her
4. Faith No More – “Sol Invictus”
Michael Arthur Holloway: “Ok, it’s no Angel Dust, in fact not even close, but man is it nice to have these guys back. The album is too short by far, but what’s there is very satisfying, particularly the epic Matador and catchy as hell Sunny Side Up.
I caught the show for this album’s tour, and they were simply superb. It was a tight, classic-laden set, and Mike Patton’s voice is as epic as ever. Hopefully the success of this release leads to further new recordings, perhaps one that lets them stretch out further then they do here.”
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