I always liked Faith No More, but mr Bungle is where it was really at for me when it came to Patton music. Then I discovered The Dillinger Escape Plan through that, and they have been my favorite band since. Thank you Mr Patton.Believe anything anyone ever tells you
It's not funny anymore
It's thing you hate the most
The thing! You hate! The most!
The thing you hate ALMOOOOOST
Faith No More were fucking legends. Such a stunning version of Caffeine.
I'm like the only person I know who prefers FNM to Bungle, but both are great. If it means anything, my favorite FNM album bar-none is King For a Day... Fool For a Lifetime, which actually features Bungle guitarist Trey Spruance on the axe, and is the only FNM album which does so. While Bungle is absolutely more exploratory with their sound, FNM prevails for me as they scratch a niche between Patton's crooning, and the band's trademark funk thrash sound. Love both bands to death though, as well as Tomahawk, Fantomas, Secret Chiefs 3, etc. Would have never even heard of Bungle had I not grown up w/ Korn and Limp Bizkit and overheard Head, Munky, and Wes Borland praising them constantly. Discovereed FNM through Bungle, rather than the other way around. I actually ran into Wes Borland at a Swans show here in Detroit once. It was surreal.I always liked Faith No More, but Mr Bungle is where it was really at for me when it came to Patton music. Then I discovered The Dillinger Escape Plan through that, and they have been my favorite band since. Thank you Mr Patton.