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A distinctly intriguing character, Chuck Mosley is singer and songwriter and a pioneer of the music genre commonly referred to as “Rap Rock”. Mosley was the original front-man of the groundbreaking and highly influential band Faith No More. He joined the band between 1984 and 1985 replacing Courtney Love (Hole) as lead singer. He was featured on their debut album We Care a Lot and on their second, Introduce Yourself.
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- Intro - (0:40) - 15 plays
- Bob Forest - (6:40) - 13 plays
- Come Around - (5:53) - 13 plays
- The Enabler (feat. Jonathan Davis) - (3:58) - 14 plays
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