I'm probably in the minority on this but I honestly think that they got better and progressed musically on the later albums. I'm certainly on the same
page though as far as being one of my favorite bands. They're tied for first with Janes Addiction for my favorite bands of all time.
Digging the Grave
The Gentle Art of Making Enemies
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I'm pretty familiar with the Chuck Mosley era and musically its solid. I just never got into his vocals. It might very well be that I hadn't heard
FNM until he was out and Patton had joined and had some predeterminate bias with it. One thing I will say about the later work is that without Jim
Martin the lost a bit of stylistic continuity and it turned off a lot of people, especially when 'King For a Day Fool For a Lifetime' came out.
Reviewers didnt seem to know what the hell to do with it. And once again I'm in the minority haha I loved that aspect of them, applauded it and
celebrated it. For what its worth, I actually liked the track you picked compared to most of the Mosley stuff I've heard like Anne's Song and We
Care A Lot
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