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Performer: Faith No More
Genre: Rock
Title: Motherfucker
Country: US
Released: 2014
Style: Alternative Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1581 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1640 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1231 mb
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 852
Other Formats: WMA AC3 MOD AU MPC APE MP3

Motherfucker" is a song by American band Faith No More, the first single from their seventh studio album Sol Invictus. It was released on Record Store Day's Black Friday, November 28, 2014. It is the band's first release of new studio recorded material since Album of the Year (1997), breaking a 17-year hiatus. Motherfucker" was first played in concert during July 2014's British Summer Time Hyde Park, along with another new song called "Superhero".

Produced by Billy Gould. Force fed more than we'd eat in the wild Grazed on a mash that could suffocate a child Bloated, promoted in an ode to pomp and style Moistening in the feed while we choke upon the bile Cornering the market on the geese without the bones Hushing out the public in a strike without a drone The cage became collapsable. Our sticks equipped with stones

Faith No More Lyrics. Force fed more than we eat in the wild Grazed on a mash that can suffocate a child Bloated, promoted in an ode to pomped style Moistened in the feed while we’re choke upon the bile Corner in the market on the geese without the bones Hushing out the public in a strike without a drone The cage. became collapsable Our sticks equipped with stones. Get the mother fucker on the phone, the phone. Hello Motherfucker My lover You saw it coming.

Faith No More, motherfucker. Critically acclaimed alternative rock legends Faith No More have released the first single off their upcoming 7th studio album, 'Motherfucker'. The album is set for a 2015 release and will be the band's first studio album in 18 years.

Faith No More have unleashed Motherfucker, the first single from their upcoming seventh studio album, and their first studio recording since the pioneering alt-metal boundary-pushers originally disbanded in 1998. As bassist Bill Gould told Rolling Stone, the track is the first taste of an album that will be produced by Gould himself, recorded in the band’s Oakland rehearsal space and released on their own imprint, Reclamation Records.

Single by Faith No More. from the album Sol Invictus. Motherfucker" (J. G. Thirlwell remix). Bassist Billy Gould later revealed in an interview to Rolling Stone that the band was on the way to release a new album in April 2015, also stating "Motherfucker" was going to be the first single from it, with.

Faith No More hasn't missed a trick. OK, It's Faith No More after all these years but will it stand up to their best songs? I like it and almost found myself singing it in public but "is it just a passing phase"? Time will tell how this song rates. I'm just glad that there is a new CD of "New Music" coming in 2015. I just hope that they have not become so twisted and warped that the music is just "shocking" with no new real musical ingenuity as they flop around like a fish out of water. They know that whatever they release, they will make a killing because people like me went out and spend.

Продавец: Интернет-магазин Ozon. Адрес: Россия, Москва, Пресненская набережная, 10. ОГРН: 1027739244741

Tracklist

Motherfucker 3:32
Motherfucker Remix 5:39

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RR900 Faith No More Motherfucker ‎(7", Single) Reclamation! Recordings, Ipecac Recordings RR900 US 2014
none Faith No More Motherfucker ‎(File, MP3, Single, 320) Reclamation! Recordings none 2014
none Faith No More Motherfucker ‎(File, MP3, Single, VBR) Reclamation! Recordings none UK 2014

EXIBUZYW
Always good to see a heartland records sticker on a record ;)

Shadowbourne
I'd like to know why this starts at $20 but the Superhero single starts at $2.

Precious
Following on from my review of the file version of the track I'd like to add some feedback about the physical vinyl edition.My copy does not seem to suffer from any inherent noise issue. In fact there is added clarity here using the same amplifier and speakers and again with pretty decent headphones. In fact there is a deeper clarity on the vinyl edition, I can clearly hear Mike Patton's backing vocals behind Roddy's lead vocalist role during the verses on the vinyl edition which is harder to hear on the file release. I'm very happy with with this pressing though being a person who hates modern films scores, I found the remix track to be completely tired.

Xtreem
The fact that this exist alone makes it something special. And with a remix by the amazing J.G. Thirlwell of Venture Bros. fame, this is a sign of great things to come for sure.

funike
This is a cool single. It's a grim march, you feel a resistance and pressing forward. Musically subdued, there's restraint and Patton's vocals are excellent as usual. Perhaps not the best Faith No More track ever, but a strong taste that left me wanting more. It'll have you chanting 'Get the motherfucker on the phone,' aloud or following you around in your head.

Vudojar
Roddy's low piano tones employed quite like he did with Another Body Murdered, giving the track an immediate air of foreboding producing a very dark atmosphere even before Puffy's military drum rolls add a tension to the ominous nature of the track. Roddy handling vocals in a similar way he approached the verses from "The Hibernates" from Imperial Teen's 2012 album "Feel The Sound" with a more than a hint of the verses from Butthole Surfers' 1996 single "Pepper". A nice touch. When the band returned from their split with Peaches and Herb's "Reunited", Roddy whilst not entirely convincing was still a great match with Patton and the same goes here, they marry well and sets up Patton's chorus superbly.The track seems to carry on from Pristina, the band's last track on their last album fairly well with the track not being so different to the chronological last effort as for it to appear alien or out of place. Hudson's guitars using a similar tone with similar licks, the track would not be out of place on Album of the Year and in parts truly evokes memories of the better parts of the album, Stripsearch, Paths of Glory, Pristina and to a lesser extent Ashes To Ashes and Helpless. that said many have already said it seems like a King For A Day sort of track which again is an achievement, as their albums have little in common with one another, and if this seems to bridge those gaps, then that's not a bad thing.One thing it isn't, is radio friendly which is due to content rather than the actual music, which whilst not an all out rock track has hooks that really dig into the flesh. The track keeps you wanting to repeat it and as a hard rock fan growing up in the 90's its so damned refreshing to hear them back and on form. It's a pure joy to hear that the track does not disappoint, that it excites and whets the appetite for the album next spring.

Scream_I LOVE YOU
i agree with who says nothing special. musically it is avoidable, the band has done MUCH, MUCH better in the past.however, this is their first official single since almost 20 years; IMHO only this makes "motherfucker" a true must have.

Ylonean
A bit bland, nothing special. I don't understand the hype. If the coming album is on par with this track, it will be a big disappointment.

Reemiel
the song is great; the surface noise of my pressing sucks balls ...