Album artist 519 - Faith No More

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This page lists the album chart runs of Faith No More. A list of songs by Faith No More can be found here. The albums are listed with the most widely successful first.

# Artist Album Title Year Chart Entries
1 Faith No More Angel Dust 1992 UK 2 - Jun 1992 (25 weeks), US Gold (certified by RIAA in Aug 1992), Germany Gold (certified by BMieV in 1994), Austria 5 - Jul 1992 (4 months), Norway 7 - Jun 1992 (11 weeks), BEA 7 of 1992, Germany 8 - Jul 1992 (12 weeks), Switzerland 9 - Jun 1992 (15 weeks), Billboard 10 - Jul 1992 (19 weeks) (1 week in top 10), Holland free40 10 of 1992, Sweden 18 - Jun 1992 (18 weeks), US BB 54 of 1992, Acclaimed 1274 (1992), UK Silver (certified by BPI in Jun 1992), RYM 10 of 1992
2 Faith No More The Real Thing 1990 US Platinum (certified by RIAA in Sep 1990), Billboard 11 - Feb 1990 (60 weeks), US CashBox 24 of 1990, UK 30 - Feb 1990 (35 weeks), US BB 32 of 1990, Australia (ARIA) 37 of 1990, Sweden 38 - Sep 1990 (2 weeks), Acclaimed 614 (1989), UK Silver (certified by BPI in Sep 1990), RYM 30 of 1989, KEXP 787
3 Faith No More Album Of The Year 1997 Australia num 1 for 1 week - Jun 1997, New Zealand 1 for 1 - Jul 1997, Germany 2 - Jun 1997 (4 weeks), Norway 5 - Jun 1997 (7 weeks), UK 7 - Jun 1997 (3 weeks), Austria 11 - Jun 1997 (3 months), Sweden 11 - Jun 1997 (3 weeks), Holland free40 15 of 1997, Switzerland 16 - Jun 1997 (8 weeks), Australia (ARIA) 29 of 1997, Billboard 41 - Jun 1997 (8 weeks), RYM 188 of 1997
4 Faith No More King For A Day, Fool For A Lifetime 1995 UK Gold (certified by BPI in Apr 1995), UK 5 - Mar 1995 (6 weeks), Sweden 5 - Mar 1995 (8 weeks), Norway 6 - Mar 1995 (10 weeks), Switzerland 7 - Mar 1995 (12 weeks), Germany 8 - Mar 1995 (7 weeks), Austria 9 - Apr 1995 (4 months), Billboard 31 - Apr 1995 (8 weeks), Acclaimed 2753 (1995), RYM 57 of 1995
5 Faith No More Who Cares A Lot? - The Greatest Hits 1998 Norway 26 - Nov 1998 (2 weeks), UK 37 - Nov 1998 (1 week), Australia (ARIA) 68 of 1998, UK Silver (certified by BPI in Nov 1998)
6 Faith No More Sol Invictus 2015 Billboard 15 - Jun 2015 (4 weeks)
7 Faith No More Live At the Brixton Academy 1991 UK 20 - Feb 1991 (4 weeks)
8 Faith No More The Very Best Definitive Ultimate Greatest Hits Collection 2009 Switzerland 77 - Jun 2009 (1 week)

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23 Dec 2014

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6 Mar 2012

Re-sales FNM

Thanks for the reply.. the query was i had was because that King For A Day..has some real strong chart showings (contrary what people say about it being a flop).. That was the reason why i asked about AOTY been higher ranked seemed a little weird.. King was a bigger hit in France,Italy,Netherlands and even Germany (where FNM albums have all done really well). Anyway I do agreeabout Angel Dust been FNM's biggest hit record without a doubt.


14 Dec 2011

faith no more

Just a question..

with gathering info from various sources, is the fact that certification levels in most countries are outdated?? for instance in the UK FNM's Angel Dust and The Real Thing albums surely sold more than King For A Day which is certified Gold but spent only 6 weeks in charts whereas The Real Thing is Silver but spent 35 weeks in chart!! Same with Angel Dust, it's certified Silver yet it came in at number 60 in the end of year charts in 1992 and spent more than 6 months in top 50..??

Another thing that caught my attention is that you have Album Of The Year higher than King For A Day Fool For A Lifetime..how did you come up with that? BTW keep up the good work.

The chart entries for each album are listed, as is the method we use to calculate a score. Also you can download the complete listing from the versions page and try your own way to play with the numbers

If you find anything interesting we'd like to hear from you


14 Dec 2011

Sales

Hi , a great effort on the charts.

What i really wanna know more of is that Faith No More's Angel Dust is a higher seller tha The Real Thing?? I actually think that this could be correct cuz Angel... had huge success in Europe and South America whereas TRT 's biggest numbers come from The U.S only (with UK and Australia and Brazil)..and You have Album Of The Year higher than King For A Day...is this even possible?

First the ording here is about "success" rather than sales numbers. Mainly because sales numbers vary from year to year (1 million units in 2010 was more success than 1 million units in 1990) but also because quoted sales numbers are always lies.

In the US "Angel Dust" and "The Real Thing" were pretty much as successful as each other, as they were in the other English speaking countries (the UK, Australia etc). The real difference came from Europe "Angel Dust" was a hit in Germany, Austria, Norway, Belgium, Switzerland, Holland and Sweden, while "The Real Thing" was only a hit in Sweden.

"Album Of The Year" was a number 1 hit in Australia which "King For A Day, Fool For A Lifetime" wasn't, that is the main contributor to its higher final position.