Faith No More ‎– Motherfucker

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Reclamation! Recordings ‎– RR900, Ipecac Recordings ‎– RR900
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Vinyl, 7", 45 RPM, Single
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A Motherfucker 3:32
B Motherfucker Remix
Remix – JG Thirlwell*
5:39

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An exclusive 2014 recordstoreday.com Black Friday release. 5,000 copies were produced.

The release credits "JG Thirlwell" on the rear sleeve and "Jim Thirlwell" on the face labels for the remix role.

Recorded by Bill Gould at Estudios Koolarrow.
C&P 2014 Reclamation Recordings.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 6 89230 09002 1
  • Barcode: 689230090021
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand etched runout side A): RR•900-A
  • Matrix / Runout (Hand etched runout side B): RR•900-B
  • Matrix / Runout (Machine stamped runout side A & B): GOLDEN

Other Versions (2 of 2) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
none Faith No More Motherfucker(File, MP3, Single, 320) Reclamation! Recordings none 2014
none Faith No More Motherfucker(File, MP3, Single, VBR) Reclamation! Recordings none UK 2014

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puckdefender

puckdefender

May 9, 2018
Always good to see a heartland records sticker on a record ;)
mcbasedcolin

mcbasedcolin

July 3, 2016
I'd like to know why this starts at $20 but the Superhero single starts at $2.
Eviltoastman

Eviltoastman

December 28, 2014
Following on from my review of the file version of the track I'd like to add some feedback about the physical vinyl edition.

My copy does not seem to suffer from any inherent noise issue. In fact there is added clarity here using the same amplifier and speakers and again with pretty decent headphones. In fact there is a deeper clarity on the vinyl edition, I can clearly hear Mike Patton's backing vocals behind Roddy's lead vocalist role during the verses on the vinyl edition which is harder to hear on the file release. I'm very happy with with this pressing though being a person who hates modern films scores, I found the remix track to be completely tired.
harrisonosirrah

harrisonosirrah

December 11, 2014
The fact that this exist alone makes it something special. And with a remix by the amazing J.G. Thirlwell of Venture Bros. fame, this is a sign of great things to come for sure.
libraryatnight

libraryatnight

December 9, 2014
This is a cool single. It's a grim march, you feel a resistance and pressing forward. Musically subdued, there's restraint and Patton's vocals are excellent as usual. Perhaps not the best Faith No More track ever, but a strong taste that left me wanting more. It'll have you chanting 'Get the motherfucker on the phone,' aloud or following you around in your head.
iamtheresurrection

iamtheresurrection

December 4, 2014
edited over 4 years ago
i agree with who says nothing special. musically it is avoidable, the band has done MUCH, MUCH better in the past.
however, this is their first official single since almost 20 years; IMHO only this makes "motherfucker" a true must have.
chucklethrill

chucklethrill

November 30, 2014

A bit bland, nothing special. I don't understand the hype. If the coming album is on par with this track, it will be a big disappointment.
barefeetsjohnson

barefeetsjohnson

November 28, 2014

the song is great; the surface noise of my pressing sucks balls ...