Faith No More Cover The Foo Fighters 'All My Life' (A Top Story)

On Tuesday Faith No More Cover The Foo Fighters 'All My Life' was a top story. Here is the recap: (Radio.com) In their early days, Faith No More's frontman Mike Patton was as likely to make fun of other bands as to say anything nice about them. More likely, actually. He's a guy who mocked Guns N Roses and Metallica continuously while opening for them on tour, and he ribbed the Red Hot Chili Peppers often through the years, despite showing a pretty blatant Anthony Kiedis influence on FNM's most successful album, The Real Thing.

But maybe he's mellowed a bit, or maybe he just felt bad about Dave Grohl's recent stage injury, in which he broke his leg and had to cancel a string of European tour dates, potentially costing the Foo Fighters millions.

Whatever the case may be, Patton and Faith No More paid tribute to the Foos for a few seconds during the breakdown of FNM's 1992 classic "Mid Life Crisis," by throwing in a bit of the Foos' 2002 classic "All My Life" (before going into yet another classic, the Trashmen's 1963 "Surfin' Bird," popularized by the Ramones).

Watch the performance - here.

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