Faith No More's 1987 sophomore album Introduce Yourself is strangely considered their debut, even by the band members themselves.
It might be for a reason, as their first album suffered from sloppy production and musicianship, while this album is tighter and a more complete continuation of their already established dance metal sound. The songwriting is impressively stronger, memorable and more professional but is unfortunately held back a bit from Chuck Mosley's monotonous vocals. Thankfully Mosley's suckage is remedied shortly after the release of this album.
3 bus rejections out of 5