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Product Details

  • Audio CD (June 3, 1997)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Reprise / Wea
  • ASIN: B000002NG7
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (80 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,942 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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It has only 2 very good songs -> Stripsearch + Last cup of sorrow.
It is one of my favorite bands and this album definitely did not disappoint me.
M. L.
You know it's good music when every song is your favorite at one point.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Phillip Epps on April 23, 2005
Format: Audio CD
In My Eyes, ever since Patton Joined Faith no More, they can do no wrong. While this being my least favorite album by them, it is the LEAST BEST, meaning that it is all amazing, but it isn't as good as angel dust or The Real Thing.

This being the Last Faith No More album really comes with alot of emotional baggage. The singing is amazing and ballads fill this album to the brinks. Get this and you'll understand WHY everyone likes faith no more. Pick up Mr Bungle while you're at it.
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9 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Nick on February 1, 2000
Format: Audio CD
A return to form for the uniquely talented Faith No More which turned out to be their last record before breaking up. Although not reaching the dizzy heights of 1992?s ?Angel Dust?, there are a fair share of classic Faith No More tracks on offer. Opener ?Collision? sets the mood for the album with its unpredictable and jerking metal. Second track ?Strip Search? goes into a completely different direction to confuse the listener even more with its space-age landscape. The album?s greatest strength is that the songs are so diverse and compelling you never know what to expect, something that many US alternative bands should do more often. ?Last Cup Of Sorrow? continues this trend with what sounds like a cowbell as it?s main hook line. At times the album can be frustrating, witness ?Home Sick Home? which goes nowhere and ?She Love?s Me Not? sticking out like a sore thumb. The production sounds flat and uninspiring at times but the quality of the songs shine through, resulting in the most consistent and enjoyable album Faith No More have released in years. Faith No More still prove to be one of the most influential and genius bands of the last 10 years.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Griff the music snob on December 26, 2005
Format: Audio CD
8 years after, looking at this album and the career of Faith No More in general still causes me to get a little choked up. I was devastated at that press conference when Billy announced they were splitting. Faith No More was easily one of the top 2 or 3 best bands of the 90's, and it was sad to see them go. Enough weeping, however, let's get into the review.

This album as a whole has a very plodding, exhausted feel to it. One can ascertain the general feeling that these guys are sick of each other (Mike Patton didn't even rehearse with the band, instead turning in his vocal tracks by mail while working on Mr. Bungle's spectacular 1999 release California) and that they know this is the last straw. The songs still stand up on their own, for the most part, and it is still light years more coherent and cohesive than the lackluster 1994 release King For A Day, Fool For a Lifetime. The whole album lends a feeling of distance, of space, a stunning shift from their previous walls-of-sound performances Angel Dust and The Real Thing. Jon Hudson's guitar work is mediocre, yet there are moments (Ashes to Ashes being the most prominent) where his simplistic efforts really enhance, rather than detract, from the material. For a hardcore FNM fan, this is nowhere near their finest material, but for the rest of the industry, it stands head and shoulders above what was available at the time, and in fact still stands taller than most of the material released in the 8 years following.

The album begins with a bone-jarring syncopated semi-trash number, Collision. While fully loaded with raw power, the overall emotive value of this piece wears off quickly once the initial headbanging is over. No notable lyric here, it's a very sparse hint at a book and movie done a short time before.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By baldrick on December 18, 1999
Format: Audio CD
Faith No More...a phrase that has become a by-word for irreverent excellence. But this only came about because of the brilliance of the albums that came before this. So is Album Of The Year a worthy addition to the phenomenal canon of Faith No More? The answer is an emphatic 'yes'. Starting off with the sickly twisted 'Collision', which, judging by the lyrics, appears to have been written as a tribute to the film 'Crash', AOTY never disappoints. The band appear to have mellowed out somewhat since KFAD (there are no equivalents of 'Cuckoo for Caca' here), but that is no bad thing at all, as it allows them to explore new areas. 'Stripsearch' and 'Last cup of Sorrow' are fine examples of the new FNM. But fret not, mosh freaks, the psycho vibe is brought to us in the form of 'Naked in front of the computer', a tale of a battle between a computer and its owner. And 'Got that feeling' nicely captures the mosh mood as well. The tone of the record is definitely more low-key than on previous albums, and this vibe is best captured on the twin peaks of genius known as 'Ashes to Ashes', and my personal favourite 'Paths of glory'. Words can't really describe how good these songs are. No one seems to agree with me on 'Paths', so it must be that I have found a song that I can call mine. And for this, I worship Faith No More. Note must be made of the video for 'last cup..', which is an inspired four minute remake of Hitchcocks classic 'vertigo', featuring Jennifer Jason Leigh. The keyboards are more prevalent than ever on any FNM album, and on 'Paths' and 'ashes' they totally build the atmosphere, as well as on 'last cup' and 'stripsearch'. One of the most touching moments of the whole album is found in the song 'Helpless', which I assume is a song relating to depression.Read more ›
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