Even though Mike Patton might have been the final key to the Faith No More glory, Chuck Mosely - era FNM still wasn't so bad. In fact, this is a brilliant album! For example, tracks like "Faster Disco", "Anne's Song", "Introduce Yourself", "We Care A Lot" or "Chinese Arithmetic" easilly equal the likes of "Zombie Eaters", "The Morning After", or "What A Day", for example. Chuck Mosely might not be the most talented vocalist in the business, but his attitude is impressive and his vocals often suite almost perfectly with the music. With Introduce Yourself, FNM achieved the groovy, funk-rhtyhm sound they are often known for. Especially on tracks like "Faster Disco", "Anne's Song", "Chines Arithmetic", "We Care A Lot" and "The Crab Song" you can hear what accomplished musicians Bordin, Gould, Bottum & Martin reaaly were - already. All in all, this is were the FNM sound reaaly took over. It's not really inferior at all compared to some of the Patton - era music. Enjoy!!!