Faith No More's career began with Chuck Mosley as their vocalist, and late last week there was an onstage reunion with Mosley for the group. The singer took the stage with the band at the Great American Music Hall as they revisited material from their debut We Care a Lot, as well as their sophomore set, Introduce Yourself.

The band recently reissued their We Care a Lot album, which has been out of print for 20 years, on Aug. 19 via Bill Gould's Koolarrow Records.

Mosley exited Faith No More in 1988 after creative differences, with the band going on to find larger fame with frontman Mike Patton. After Faith No More, Mosley briefly performed with Bad Brains, then formed a funk metal band called Cement.

Faith No More announced their split in 1998, but reunited in 2009 and began touring. After reconnecting musically on the road, the band returned to the studio and released the Sol Invictus album in 2015.

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