Faith No More ‎– Album Of The Year

Music On Vinyl ‎– MOVLP834, Slash ‎– MOVLP834
Vinyl, LP, Numbered, Reissue, Album, Golden Edition, 180gram


A1 Collision 3:23
A2 Stripsearch 4:31
A3 Last Cup Of Sorrow 4:16
A4 Naked In Front Of The Computer 2:09
A5 Helpless 5:25
A6 Mouth To Mouth 3:54
B1 Ashes To Ashes 3:36
B2 She Loves Me Not 3:28
B3 Got That Feeling 2:21
B4 Paths Of Glory 4:17
B5 Home Sick Home 1:58
B6 Pristina 3:52

Companies, etc.



This is the "golden edition". 2,000 copies were produced on gold vinyl, each copy is individually foil-numbered. An edition on black vinyl was released separately with the same catalogue number.

The record comes in a printed outer sleeve a plain black inner sleeves. A gold sticker affixed to the polythene cover reads:
"Music On Vinyl®. Faith No More "Album Of The Year". This is the golden edition. Individually numbered. 180 gram audiophile vinyl. MOVLP834". The standard edition comes with a black sticker affixed to the front and refers to itself as "classic album".

All songs published by FNM Music ASCAP.
Recorded at Brilliant Studios, San Francisco, CA. Recorded at Razor's Edge, San Francisco, CA. Mixed at The Plant, Sausalito, CA. Mastered at Masterdisk, New York, NY.

The rear sleeve contains a typographical error. The label have printed the boilerplate information from MOVLP813, the companies are correct but the years given are not. It reads:
Originally released ℗ 1992, 1993 & © 1993 Slash records. This release ℗ & © 2013 Warner Music: Manufactured & distributed by Music On Vinyl B.V. for Warner Music.
Made in the EU.

The correct original copyright year should be 1997. Track durations are not printed on the release.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (As printed): 8 718469 533282
  • Barcode (Scanned, EAN 13 (Metadata: NL)): 8718469533282
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand-etched run-out side A): 96155-1A MOVLP834
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand-etched run-out side B): 96155-1B MOVLP834
  • Rights Society (Publishing): ASCAP
  • Rights Society: BIEM/STEMRA

Other Versions (5 of 63) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
828 901-2 Faith No More Album Of The Year(CD, Album) Slash, London Records 828 901-2 UK & Europe 1997 Sell This Version
none Faith No More Album Of The Year(CD, Album, Unofficial) Not On Label (Faith No More) none Russia 1997 Sell This Version
828 901-2, 9 46629-2 Faith No More Album Of The Year(CD, Album, Unofficial) Slash (3), Reprise Records (2) 828 901-2, 9 46629-2 Bulgaria 1997 Sell This Version
0190295972967 Faith No More Album Of The Year(2xLP, Album, RE, RM, Gat) Slash Records, Rhino Records (2) 0190295972967 US 2016 Sell This Version
WPCR-75663 Faith No More Album Of The Year(CD, Album, RE) Slash, London Records WPCR-75663 Japan 2012 Sell This Version


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June 4, 2017
Do I interpret the data correctly, there is no insert in this edition right?


January 6, 2014
Hi, i own this gold edition and the original uk cd, and the double disc with the remixes, the surface noise is in my mind very mild it does exist but the sound throughout is pristine, the other guy is right this isn't the same mix as any version i own, i bought this version as i cannot afford an original press, but this one stands up well, i mean i cannot imagine getting a better sound out of this album anywhere else, the surface noise is almost there to just remind you its on vinyl, i have 0 complaints about it, the balance is amazing as well, full, rich and at a fraction of the cost of an original, although with the prices fluctuating so much between outlets the limited to 2000 seems a bit wonky, But i hold this as the definitive version i own, it;'d been nice to get an ep as well containing all the remixes from the album, the lack of an insert sheet with the artworks and credits sucks but didn't impede my enjoyment, but to the other 1999 people with me in ownership, its fucking beautiful isn't it,.


August 27, 2013
edited over 4 years ago

The original vinyl edition was very good if slightly too hot resulting in some bleeding when things get too frisky. This is mastered slightly lower and does not suffer in the same way. Surface noise is very noticeable at the start of each track and in quiet parts. You tend to filter it out with time and given the original vinyl's relative cost it's not a massive issue. This edition seems to offer more detail than the original version. Samples in Collision for instance are far more clear whilst the track loses none of its punch. Bass weight and treble balance are all top notch too. Whilst I've not listened to this thoroughly, it's already apparent that this might be from a different source to the CD and original vinyl. At the very least Mouth To Mouth's intro is more detailed and has a different ending before the track starts properly. it's not the same mix. I compared it to the original LP pressed by MPO, the original US CD, original UK CD, original Japanese CD and also with the Japanese and the UK recent reissues on Warner - this is a unique version so there's this little issue too.

Whilst I don't want to gloss over the surface noise issue, it's a noisy record so for the most part you won't notice it. I will give this a more thorough listen shortly, but for now I'm very pleased with this pressing.

Edit: on the issue of noise, it's a sad fact that a better turntable/cartridge which picks up more detail, will invariably transmit more noise too. This review was in response to Deadpoultry;s concerns about MOV and their issues with surface noise.


August 27, 2013
I'm also interested in how this album sounds. Particularly in regards to surface noise.


August 26, 2013
Can anyone, please, comment on this release? How does it sound? If someone was lucky to listen to the original press, what is the difference between the two versions? Which is better? Thanks!