Reading & Leeds 28-30 August 2009  

Faith No More

Nu-Metal godfathers Faith No More have returned, 11 years after their break up, to Reading and Leeds Festivals. The five-piece have gone through eleven band members since forming as Faith No More in 1981, fixing on their 1997 line-up for this year's tour. Expect a chorus of chants accompanying rock anthems like Epic as they take to the NME / Radio 1 Stage.

Reading Set List

  • 1.Midnight Cowboy *
  • 2.From Out Of Nowhere *
  • 3.Be Aggressive
  • 4.Caffine
  • 5.Evidence
  • 6.Surprise! You're Dead!
  • 7.Last Cup of Sorrow *
  • 8.Malpractice *
  • 9.Eastenders *
  • 10.Easy *
  • 11.Midlife Crisis
  • 12.Epic
  • 13.RV
  • 14.Gentle Art of Making Enemies
  • 15.King For A Day *
  • 16.Ashes to Ashes *
  • 17.Just A Man
  • 18.Chariots of Fire
  • 19.Land of Sunshine *
  • 20.We Care Alot*
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  • *= featured in online & red button edit

Comments

    • 1. At 11:41am on 29 Aug 2009, jonnyo wrote:

      Shame i wasent there but a wicked set.

      Track 7 is wrong its: "Last Cup Of Sorrow" not "last cut"!.

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    • 2. At 1:13pm on 29 Aug 2009, sniffingod wrote:

      Highlight of what's been shown so far, great stuff! And to top it all off, would love to see some of Them Crooked Vultures's set

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    • 3. At 10:16am on 30 Aug 2009, Oxhammer wrote:

      the actual setlist:

      Midnight Cowboy
      From Out Of Nowhere
      Be Aggressive
      Caffeine
      Evidence
      Surprise! You’re Dead
      Last Cup Of Sorrow
      Malpractice
      Theme From Eastenders
      Easy
      Midlife Crisis
      Epic
      I Started A Joke
      Gentle Art Of Making Enemies
      King For A Day
      Ashes To Ashes
      Just A Man
      RV
      Land Of Sunshine

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    • 4. At 2:43pm on 30 Aug 2009, PinkReptile wrote:

      'Nu Metal Godfathers' - really BBC - must try harder......lazy journalism.

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    • 5. At 4:00pm on 31 Aug 2009, Llamanatorx wrote:

      I winced at the godfather of nu metal comment too.

      What an insult!

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    • 6. At 7:41pm on 02 Sep 2009, Coxy wrote:

      I'm guessing that was written by a journo who is either younger than the band itself or too old to care.....alot of the paragraph is factually incorrect..i'm not gonna start a genre argument but influential is an understatement. Happy they're back.

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