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Performer: Faith No More
Genre: Rock
Title: Superhero
Country: US
Released: 2015
Style: Alternative Rock
FLAC version ZIP size: 1272 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1695 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1390 mb
Rating: 4.5
Votes: 825
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Sol Invictus (Latin for Unconquered Sun) is the seventh studio album by American rock band Faith No More, released on May 19, 2015. It is Faith No More's first studio album since 1997's Album of the Year, marking the longest gap between two studio albums in their career, and their first release on Reclamation Records. Sol Invictus is also the band's first album since 1992's Angel Dust to feature the same lineup as its predecessor.

Produced by Billy Gould. Superhero is the upcoming second single from Fatih No More’s seventh album – Sol Invictus, their first studio album since 1997’s Album of the Year. The song was originally premiered as Leader of Men at Hyde Park, in London, on June 4th, 2014 with Motherfucker, which was released as the first single from the album. Lyrics have yet to be officially released. Superhero" Track Info.

Though Faith No More's 'Superhero' single is not due until March 17, the band is giving fans an early listen.

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The track is called "Superhero" and the band is releasing it on a 7'' single on March 17 - while on March 31 it'll be out digitally. The band's bassist, Bill Gould in a recent interview describe the song saying: Superhero actually just started from the sound of the song, where it has these pounding drums and it has like this throbbing kind of pulse, and we just called it the Superhero song. Because, a lot of the ways we write we visualize things.

Faith No More is an American rock band from San Francisco, California, formed in 1979. Before settling on the current name in 1982, the band performed under the names Sharp Young Men and later Faith No Man. Bassist Billy Gould and drummer Mike Bordin are the longest-remaining members of the band, having been involved since its inception.

Faith No More Lyrics. Go Go Go G. uperhero I'm tugging on your cape Tell me will your sons Know their father one day. Leader of men Leader of men Get back in your cage Will you be one of them? Like an American drug Makes a mean cock grow. kill a priest Makes a superman of glass. Leader of men Leader of men Get back in your cage Ain't no grave going to hold this body down The sun rises.

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Продавец: Интернет-магазин Ozon. Адрес: Россия, Москва, Пресненская набережная, 10. ОГРН: 1027739244741

Tracklist

Superhero 5:15
Superhero (Battaglia Remix) 5:15

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
RR001 Faith No More Superhero ‎(7", Single) Reclamation! Recordings, Ipecac Recordings RR001 US 2015
RR001 Faith No More Superhero ‎(7", Single, MP) Reclamation! Recordings, Ipecac Recordings RR001 US 2015
none Faith No More Superhero ‎(CDr, Single, Promo) Reclamation! Recordings, Ipecac Recordings none UK 2015
none Faith No More Superhero ‎(File, MP3, Single, 320) Reclamation! Recordings, Ipecac Recordings none 2015
none Faith No More Superhero ‎(File, MP3, Single, 320) Reclamation! Recordings, Ipecac Recordings none France 2015
none Faith No More Superhero ‎(File, MP3, Single, VBR) Reclamation! Recordings, Ipecac Recordings none UK 2015

Tracklist

A Superhero 5:15
B Superhero (Battaglia Remix) 5:15

Companies, etc.

  • Copyright (c) – Reclamation! Recordings
  • Published By – Reclamation! Recordings
  • Licensed To – Ipecac Recordings
  • Manufactured By – RED Distribution, LLC
  • Distributed By – RED Distribution, LLC
  • Recorded At – Estudios Koolarrow
  • Mixed At – Studio Delux
  • Mastered At – Maor Appelbaum Mastering
  • Mastered At – Golden Mastering
  • Pressed By – Record Technology Incorporated – 23601

Credits

  • Layout – Mackie Osborne
  • Mastered By – Maor Appelbaum
  • Mixed By – Bill Gould*, Matt Wallace
  • Photography By – Robert Woodrum
  • Recorded By – Bill Gould*
  • Remix – Alexander Hacke (tracks: B)
  • Songwriter [All Songs] – Faith No More

Notes

This single was meant for release on 17th March, 2015 but adverse weather meant production was postponed and released on 23rd March, 2015 following an apology from Ipecac Records which stated:

"It seems that crazy weather that hit the East coast the past few weeks, closed down the production plants for several days and delayed the Faith No More Superhero seven-inch just a bit. It will now be in stores on Monday March 23rd.

We truly appreciate your support and understanding!"

The rear cover reads:
Recorded By Bill Gould at Estudios Koolarrow.
Mixed By Matt Wallace and Bill Gould at Studio Delux.

Mastered By Maor Appelbaum at Maor Appelbaum Mastering.
www.maorappelbaum.com

©&℗ 2015 Reclamation Recordings.
Licensed by Ipecac Recordings.
www.ipecac.com / www.fnm.com
Manufactured and distributed by RED Distribution, LLC.

The face labels read:
C&P Reclamation Recordings.

Golden Mastering is credited via "Golden" stamped in the runout area.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (As printed): 8 62966 00011 7
  • Barcode (Scanned, UPC A): 862966000117
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand etched runout side A): RR-01-A 23601.1···
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand etched runout side B): RR-01-B 23601.2···
  • Matrix / Runout (Machine stamped runout side A & B): GOLDEN

Other versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
none Faith No More Superhero ‎(CDr, Single, Promo) Reclamation! Recordings, Ipecac Recordings none UK 2015
RR001 Faith No More Superhero ‎(7", Single, MP) Reclamation! Recordings, Ipecac Recordings RR001 US 2015
none Faith No More Superhero ‎(File, MP3, Single, 320) Reclamation! Recordings, Ipecac Recordings none 2015
none Faith No More Superhero ‎(File, MP3, Single, 320) Reclamation! Recordings, Ipecac Recordings none France 2015
none Faith No More Superhero ‎(File, MP3, Single, VBR) Reclamation! Recordings, Ipecac Recordings none UK 2015

Zaryagan
descent song. i like the remix a little better. still worth getting. wish i would have got a misspress.the center lable on this release is cool. very 1920ISH.

Runemane
I had extremely low expectations when I heard Faith No More were recording new material. I'm a natural skeptic. I'm hypercritical, particularly of Patton. I find a lot of his stuff annoying. I loved the first single and I was then excited by the prospect of an album. When I heard the single on the Radio 1 Rockshow I immediately I thought "Yes!". 2-3 listens later the following morning I found the track intolerable.The piano becomes very pronounced and annoying. I spoke with a friend and simultaneously we mention the piano being out of place or annoying. He advised it was overly theatrical and ill fitting, I agree. The tone of it is just wrong... and piano... I love piano, but here it just grates. I hope they sort it out on other tracks before the full release because it was too much on this track. The piano makes the thing feel unnatural, it feels fake. The vocals are reminiscent of Tomahawk and Vs. X-ecutioners, not a bad thing. Patton learned new trick by the time he got to Tomahawk, he was bound to use his full arsenal. It's a chance to peacock on the grand stage after all. Some of vocals toward the end of the track remind me of why I don't like the '92 version of As The Worm Turns and also why I didn't like The World is Yours. The layered or sampled vocals there add to a feeling that this is artificial.A wonderful rhythm running through it, the bass and drums are perfect on this track, they are a solid foundation for the song.I'm not too keen with the layering. The thing seems absurdly overproduced. If I could draw a sort of parallel, I don't like Epic but if you listen to the album version (a), then listen to the radio remix edit (b) you will note that Matt Wallace chose to add a lot of vocal layering, vocal reverb, sound effects and samples which were totally unnecessary and were detrimental to the sound of the (b). I hear a similar problem here. Things were not balanced, I'd be interested to hear this without the piano and without a lot of the vocals - "leader of men" ad-nauseam - removed, and the latter samples around 3.40 removed. Let the music speak. I think it would be a better track, as said the bass and drums are really solid. One thing I also liked was the Pills For Breakfast-esque riff at play. I'm sure that was a nod to the first LP. I preferred the understated track from November (MF) which wasn't perfect but a very apt release for what it was, a great re-introduction. A friendly if aloof handshake between old acquaintances sizing each other up. I didn't like the live leaks of the new tracks but I liked that. I know its not their best track, but I considered what it was and I gave it my own story and my own reasons. We build our myths as and when we need them. I can't build a useful myth for Superhero. I'm finding it unpalatable. I feel like I've taken a swig of a designer beer which at first is pleasing but soon its artificial sweetness and its sickly "enhanced" flavours are too much. In my view we should always worry when things are instantly loveable. The track was instantly gratifying but turns sour quickly. Angel Dust was met with a lot of trepidation. kerrang gave it 3 from 5. Months later they changed it to 4 from 5 then in their "dictionary of hard rock" gave it five from five saying it "grew like mould". Superhero is the exact opposite. If things are immediate as this track was, that often suggests a lack of depth. It's not always the case and a lack of depth is not always bad, but things which are immediate or superficial often fail to stand the test of time, get on your nerves etc.Some times less is more. I get the feeling that FNM tried employing too many tricks at once here and it doesn't quite work as a result. I admire some of the principles being employed by Steve Albini and his "All Wave" approach to production. Whilst it might be unrealistic for a band like FNM to use, they could learn something, I'm sure. My issue is that the exuberance of the piano and vocal excesses leave this feeling like a camp mess and I can't help feeling that the track is Faith No More trying desperately hard to be 'an idea' of Faith No More, poisoned by their own conception of themselves.