|1. Land Of Sunshine|
|3. Midlife Crisis|
|5. Smaller And Smaller|
|6. Everything's Ruined|
|9. Be Aggressive|
|10. A Small Victory|
|11. Crack Hitler|
|13. Midnight Cowboy|
The title of the album definitely leads me to believe where the delusional feel to half the songs come from...ok maybe all the songs.
Caffeine picks you up and tosses you around, refusing to let you go.
Jizzlobber is my favorite on the album. I'm a sucker for an organ and singers forgetting where reality is.
Each song is glorious.
One word can describe this album: brilliant. Is there a more versatile album out there? If so, I haven't heard it. Every song sounds completely different. Each song is genius in it's own right and this album is anything but redundant.
"Angel Dust" has everything you could ever want in an album. You've got your radio friendly tracks like "MidLife Crisis" (the best song on the album and possibly the best song Faith No More has ever done) "A Small Victory", and "Easy" (a brilliant cover of the Commodores song by the same name). Then we have other songs that are too brilliant to be categorized, such as the hilarious song about trailer park trash (no offence to anyone who lives in a trailer) "R.V.", and "Crack Hitler. If you're a fan of hard rock, Angel Dust also has heavier songs like "Malpractice", "Smaller And Smaller", and "Jizzlobber".
In my opinion, this is probably one of the best albums ever made. A strongly recommended album for fans of all types of music.