Introduce Yourself

Album: Introduce Yourself (1987)
  • The title track to Faith No More's second album, "Introduce Yourself" is a band competition, with lyrics started by keyboard player Roddy Bottum and completed by lead singer Chuck Mosley, who reveals on the track that he still wets his pants. In our interview with Mosley, he said of the track: "It's just introducing yourself: 'This is who I am. An obnoxious, loud-mouthed, idiot. [Laughs] Don't care about s--t, and don't take no s--t."
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