Everyone knows Faith No More for their absolutely massive hit “Epic” from 1989’s “The Real Thing.” The band’s mix of metal, rap, and funk struck a nerve in both metal heads and pop scenesters alike. It was everywhere. Radio. MTV. There was even a mild controversy over the video’s use of a fish flopping and gasping out of water. Then came 1992’s “Angel Dust.” While eclectic and influential, the record did not perform near as well as its predecessor. Hardcore FNM fans touted it as a masterpiece (which it is), but the fair weather fans and masses jumped ship along with lead guitarist Jim Martin. With Mike Patton now becoming the more principal song writer, the band began to drop some of the rap-metal and glam rock that had propelled them to stardom in the first place. Replacing it was more experimentation and forays into progressive rock.