Reformed rockers Faith No More reunited with their former frontman, CHUCK MOSLEY, on stage at a concert in San Fransisco, California on Wednesday (14Apr10) - 22 years after he quit the band.
The group thrilled fans when they reteamed for a string of European dates last summer (09), fronted by Mike Patton, who replaced Mosley in 1988.
And the band treated their devotees to an extra special surprise at the city's Warfield Theatre, by inviting Mosley to perform five songs with them, including a duet with current singer Patton.
Speaking about their reunion after a 12-year hiatus, Patton says, "To be honest, I never thought that I would ever revisit that stuff again. After some reflection and speaking with the guys, I realised, 'Well, wait a minute. I'm not embarrassed about it. It's still good music! Is there a way that we can still pull it off and do it justice?' So we rehearsed! When we rehearsed, I realised this is good and I feel great about it.
"Basically, there's more interest in us now than when we were an active band, which is really strange, kind of haunting and maybe a bit morbid, but it also inspired us."