Original Faith No More singer Chuck Mosley rejoined the recently reunited band on stage at San Francisco’s Warfield Theatre last night for the first time in more than 20 years, singing his signature tune “We Care A Lot” (you know, the “Dirty Jobs” theme song) and four others during the band’s encore before a final duet with his replacement, Mike Patton.
According to reviews of the show — the third of FNM’s three pre-Coachella gigs at the Warfield — Mosley appeared for the first encore, singing “As the Worm Turns,” “Death March,” “We Care a Lot” and “Mark Bowen” (all from the two Mosley-fronted albums, 1985’s We Care a Lot and 1987’s Introduce Yourself), before rejoining the Patton-led band during the second encore to close out the show with a duet of “Introduce Yourself.”
See more video of Faith No More with Chuck Mosley after the jump…
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