Limited White Vinyl Edition.
We Care A Lot' via bassist Bill Gould's Koolarrow Records. Faith No More arose out of a unique mingling of subcultures - hippies, punks, dancers, Satanists and more - in early Eighties San Francisco. Working off a handful of demos, the band recorded 'We Care A Lot' at Prairie Sun Studios, which was situated on a farm outside the city. Anchored by the title track, 'We Care A Lot' positioned Faith No More at the helm of hard rock's experimental front.
The album also features original vocalist Chuck Mosley, who was replaced by Mike Patton on the band's third album, 'The Real Thing'.