Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Denver
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Tour Talk | Season 2 | Episode 3
Last Cup of Sorrow
The Gentle Art of Making Enemies
King for a Day
Ashes to Ashes
This Guy's in Love With You
We Care a Lot
Photos / Reviews
Faith No More collapses the decades at Red Rocks
By Michael Behrenhausen
Following an absolutely brutal version of “The Gentle Art of Making Enemies,” Patton again showcased his impressive vocal range. He led the group through their silky cover of the Commodores’ “Easy,” followed quickly by the guttural grunts and terrifying screams of “Separation Anxiety,” a tense, slinky number from “Sol Invictus.”
The group ended the set with fan favorite “Ashes to Ashes” (from 1998’s “Album of the Year”) and the anthemic “Sol Invictus” highlight, “Superhero.”
Returning to the stage to the huge roar of the Red Rocks crowd, the band brought things down with a stellar rendition of the Burt Bacharach easy-listening classic “This Guy’s in Love With You,” then closed out the evening with its first hit, the seminal rap rock of “We Care a Lot,” before saying farewell.