Falling to Pieces" is the third single on Faith No More's first studio album with Mike Patton on vocals, The Real Thing. It is one of their best known hits, peaking at 92 on the Billboard Hot 100 and on the Mainstream Rock charts.
Lyrics to "Falling To Pieces" song by Faith No More: Back and forth, I sway with the wind Resolution slips away again Right through my fingers, back into. album: "The Real Thing" (1989). Falling To Pieces" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.
The Real Thing is the third studio album by American rock band Faith No More, released on June 20, 1989 by Slash and Reprise Records. It was the first major release by the band not to feature vocalist Chuck Mosley. Instead, the album featured Mike Patton from the experimental/funk band Mr. Bungle
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Epic" was a breakthrough hit single by the alternative metal band Faith No More. It was released in 1990 and featured on their third album The Real Thing. It peaked at on the Hot 100, and was the band's only Top 10 hit in the US. It is also the band's most popular song and a staple in their concerts. Like all of the songs from The Real Thing, there is no interpretation of what the song is about because singer Mike Patton wrote the lyrics to follow the rhythm rather than focusing on a topic.
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Produced by Matt Wallace. Album The Real Thing. Faith No More’s most famous song, it is one of the singles off of their album The Real Thing, in which they debut vocal virtuoso Mike Patton as their singer. Patton, who wrote the album immediately after joining the band, speaks of a magical feeling which we soon realize is caused by the good and bad effects of various drug (lyrics and music reflect this). 3. Falling to Pieces. 4. Surprise! You’re Dead!
|1||Epic (Radio Remix Edit)
Remix – Matt Wallace
|2||Falling To Pieces (Remix)
Remix – Matt Wallace
|7-18891||Faith No More||Epic / Falling To Pieces (7", Single, RE, War)||Slash, Warner Bros. Records, Reprise Records||7-18891||US||1992|
|9 18891-4||Faith No More||Epic + Falling To Pieces (Cass, Single)||Slash, BackTrax||9 18891-4||US||Unknown|
|7-18891||Faith No More||Epic / Falling To Pieces (7", Single, RE, Whi)||Slash, Reprise Records||7-18891||US||1992|