Faith No More's Gould Sold Off Record Collection To Annoy Friends
The reunited outfit are currently on tour supporting comeback album Sol Invictus, released in May. Gould tells the Guardian: "I traded my classic vinyl collection for Huey Lewis And The News records just to piss off my friends. It was the stupidest thing I've ever done - but for about 10 minutes I got a lot of satisfaction out of it."
FNM have always made a point of changing direction, and the concept is well-represented by 1992's Angel Dust, which their label didn't want to release because they were certain it would flop. Gould says: "The classic line was, 'I hope you didn't just buy houses.'"
But frontman Mike Patton adds: "Of course we did." Read more here.
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