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Faith No More to reissue 'The Real Thing' and 'Angel Dust' with rarities

The CD and vinyl deluxe packages will come out on June 8

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Faith No More are to reissue deluxe versions of their classic albums 'The Real Thing' (1989) and 'Angel Dust' (1992).

Both releases come with a disc of rare bonus material, featuring live tracks and b-sides as well as including covers of Dead Kennedys' 'Let's Lynch The Landlord', the Commodores' 'Easy' and Black Sabbath's 'War Pigs'. It will follow the band's new album, 'Sol Invictus'. Faith No More's first LP since 1997's 'Album Of The Year', the new LP will be released on May 18 on their own imprint, Reclamation Records, and distributed by frontman Mike Patton's label, Ipecac Recordings.

'The Real Thing' tracklisting is:

Disc One: Original Album
'From Out Of Nowhere'
'Epic'
'Falling To Pieces'
'Surprise You’re Dead'
'Zombie Eaters'
'The Real Thing'
'Underwater Love'
'The Morning After'
'Woodpecker From Mars'
'War Pigs'
'Edge Of The World'

Disc Two: Bonus Disc
'Sweet Emotion' (Taken from Kerrang! Flexible Fiend)
'Epic' (Radio Remix Edit) (Taken from the ‘Epic’ Promotional CD single)
'Falling To Pieces' (Matt Wallace Remix) (Taken from the ‘Falling To Pieces’ 12” single)
'Cowboy Song' (B-side) (Taken from the b-side of ‘From Out Of Nowhere’ single)
'The Grade' (B-side) (Taken from the b-side of ‘From Out Of Nowhere’ 12” single)
'From Out Of Nowhere' (Extended Remix) (Taken from the ‘From Out Of Nowhere’ 12” single)
'War Pigs' (Live Berlin 11.9.1989) (Taken from the b-side of ‘Epic’ 12” single)
'Surprise You're Dead' (Live Sheffield) (Taken from the b-side of ‘Epic’ 12” single)
'Chinese Arithmetic' (Live Sheffield) (Taken from the b-side of ‘Epic’ 12” single)
'Underwater Love' (Live at Brixton Academy, London 28 April 1990) (Taken from the b-side of ‘Falling To Pieces’ 12” single)
'As The Worms Turns' (Live at Brixton Academy, London 28 April 1990) (Taken from the video for “You Fat B**tards”)

The 'Angel Dust' tracklisting is:

Disc One: Original Album
'Land Of Sunshine'
'Caffeine'
'Midlife Crisis'
'R.V.'
'Smaller And Smaller'
'Everything's Ruined'
'Malpractice'
'Kindergarten'
'Be Aggressive'
'A Small Victory'
'Crack Hitler'
'Jizzlobber'
'Midnight Cowboy'
'Easy'

Disc Two: Bonus Disc
'Easy' (Cooler Version) (Lionel Ritchie) (Taken from the ‘I'm Easy’ CD single)
'Das Schutzenfest' (German version) (Taken from the ‘I'm Easy’ CD single)
'As The Worm Turns' (Mike Patton vocal / Japan bonus track) (Taken from the Japanese edition of “Angel Dust”)
'Let's Lynch The Landlord' (B-Side) (Jello Biafra) (Taken from the ‘A Small Victory’ single)
'Midlife Crisis' (The Scream Mix) Remixed by Matt Wallace (Taken from the bonus 12” included with “Angel Dust” LP)
'A Small Victory' (R-Evolution 23 (Full Moon) Mix) (Taken from the ‘A Small Victory’ 12” single)
'Easy' (Live Munich 9th November 1992) ((Lionel Ritchie) (Taken from the ‘I'm Easy’ CD single)
'Be Aggressive' (Live Munich 9th November 1992) (Taken from the b-side of ‘I'm Easy’ CD single)
'Kindergarten' (Live Munich 9th November 1992) (Taken from the b-side of ‘I'm Easy’ CD single)
'A Small Victory' (Live Munich 9th November 1992) (Taken from the b-side of ‘I'm Easy’ CD single)]
'Mark Bowen' (Live Munich 9th November 1992) (Taken from the b-side of ‘I'm Easy’ CD single)
'We Care A Lot' (Live Munich 9th November 1992) (Taken from the b-side of ‘I'm Easy’ CD single)
'Midlife Crisis' (Live Dekalb, Ill. 20th September 1992) (Taken from the b-side of ‘Everything’s Ruined’ CD single)
'Land Of Sunshine' (Live Dekalb, Ill. 20th September 1992) (Taken from the b-side of ‘Everything’s Ruined’ CD single)
'Edge of The World' (Live St. Louis 18th September 1992) (Taken from the b-side of ‘Everything’s Ruined’ CD single)
'R.V.' (Live Dekalb, Ill. 20th September 1992) (Taken from the b-side of ‘Everything’s Ruined’ CD single)
'The World Is Yours' (Outtake from Angel Dust sessions) (Taken from the album “Who Cares A Lot? The Greatest Hits)

Mike Patton and co are set to play shows in London and Glasgow following their Download Festival appearance this summer. They'll play Glasgow Academy on June 14 and London Roundhouse on June 17.

Faith No More's UK tour dates are as follows:

Download Festival (June 13)
Glasgow Academy (14)
London Roundhouse (17)

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