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Episode 5 of Somewhere in Time’s retrospective look on albums from the year 1992 focuses on Angel Dust by the band Faith No More. This was quite a turning point in the career of Faith No More. Everything from the vocal style of Mike Patton to the evolution of their music is discussed in this episode. A lot of people may have been expecting to get “Epic” part 2 when this album was released, but that is certainly not the case with this one. Hear where Somewhere in Time Podcast ranks this album amongst the best albums of 1992 and a lot more.

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