Edge of the World (Faith No More song)

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"Edge of the World"
Promotional single by Faith No More
from the album The Real Thing
FormatVinyl, CD single
RecordedDecember 1988 – January 1989
StudioStudio D, Sausalito, California
  • Billy Gould
  • Roddy Bottum
  • Mike Bordin
  • Mike Patton
Producer(s)Matt Wallace

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"Edge of the World" is a song by the American rock band Faith No More. It was released as a promotional single in 1991 from their third album The Real Thing. It was release as a two track promo single on CD and 12" vinyl in Brazil.[1][2][3][4]


With lyrics by lead singer Mike Patton, this song is about a pedophile on the loose for little kids. Bass player Billy Gould, keyboard player Roddy Bottum and drummer Mike Bordin composed the music. Gould explained how this song came about: "The way we write is visual. We start by describing a scene to one another. Say there's a guy in a beat-up Cadillac with ripped upholstery. Empty Kentucky Fried Chicken boxes and malt liquor bottles in the back. And there's a baby seat. In fact, that image became 'Edge Of The World.' Mutated a little on the way."

Track listing[edit]

Side A
1."Edge of the World"4:10
Side B
1."Edge of the World" (Live at the Brixton Academy)5:51


  1. "Edge Of The World promo single vinyl".
  2. "Edge Of The World".
  3. "Faith No More ‎– Edge Of The World".
  4. "Lp Faith No More Edge Of The World Single".

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