Faith No More Resurface On Home Video

Faith No More may now be defunct, but fans of the adventurous rock outfit can soon relive the band's heyday through a home video set to arrive next month.

"Who Cares A Lot? The Greatest Videos," which arrives on February 23, logs in at 120-minutes and captures 16 of the bands best known tracks. The video comes just months after the release of a Faith No More greatest hits album, titled "Who Cares A Lot?" and brings with it a mix of videos, interview footage, and live performance clips.

Fans will also be treated to interstitial gems like a bungee jump attempt by original FNM guitarist Jim Martin.

When "Who Cares A Lot? The Greatest Videos" arrives next month, here's what fans will find:

  • "Midlife Crisis"
  • "Epic"
  • "Failing To Pieces"
  • "Anne's Song"
  • "We Care A Lot"
  • "Surprise! You're Dead!"
  • "From Out Of Nowhere"
  • "A Small Victory"
  • "Everything's Ruined"
  • "Caffeine"
  • "Easy"
  • "Digging The Grave"
  • "Evidence"
  • "Last

    Cup Of Sorrow"

  • "Ashes To Ashes"
  • "I Started A Joke"