The Platinum Collection (Faith No More album)

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The Platinum Collection
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Compilation album by Faith No More
Released January 10, 2006[1]
Recorded 1986–1997
Genre Alternative metal, alternative rock, funk metal
Length 72:47
Label Warner Bros.
Faith No More chronology
Epic And Other Hits
(2005)
The Platinum Collection
(2005)
You Fat Bastards/Who Cares a Lot?
(2006)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[2]

The Platinum Collection is a compilation album released by Faith No More in 2006.

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Lyrics Music From the album Length
1. "From out of Nowhere" Patton Gould, Bottum The Real Thing 3:21
2. "Epic" Patton Gould, Martin, Bottum, Bordin The Real Thing 4:54
3. "Falling to Pieces" Patton Gould, Bottum, Martin The Real Thing 5:13
4. "Midlife Crisis" Patton Martin, Bottum, Gould, Bordin Angel Dust 4:21
5. "A Small Victory" Patton Martin, Gould, Bordin, Bottum Angel Dust 4:57
6. "Evidence" Patton, Gould Gould, Spruance King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime 4:54
7. "Last Cup of Sorrow" Patton Gould Album of the Year 4:11
8. "Ricochet" Patton Gould, Bordin King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime 4:28
9. "Caffeine" Patton Gould, Martin, Bottum, Bordin Angel Dust 4:27
10. "Everything's Ruined" Patton Gould, Martin, Bottum, Bordin Angel Dust 4:34
11. "Kindergarten" Patton Gould, Martin, Bottum, Bordin Angel Dust 4:30
12. "Underwater Love" Patton Gould, Martin, Bottum, Bordin The Real Thing 3:51
13. "She Loves Me Not" Patton Gould, Bordin Album of the Year 3:29
14. "Anne's Song" Mosley Gould, Martin, Bottum, Bordin Introduce Yourself 4:46
15. "We Care a Lot" (Live at the Brixton Academy) Mosley, Bottum Gould, Martin, Bottum, Bordin Live at the Brixton Academy 3:50
16. "Edge of the World" Patton Gould, Martin, Bottum, Bordin The Real Thing 4:10
17. "Easy" Richie Richie Angel Dust 3:09
18. "I Started a Joke" B. Gibb, R. Gibb, M. Gibb B. Gibb, R. Gibb, M. Gibb   3:00

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Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ cv.org, which itself references here, its page on vh1
  2. ^ Allmusic review
  3. ^ UK Chart log - F section. zobbel.de. Cited 29 May 2008