Faith No More reunited with their original singer, Chuck Mosley, who appeared on the band’s first two albums — 1985’s We Care A Lot and 1987’s Introduce Yourself — over the weekend.

As Consequence of Sound reports, the band re-released their 1985 debut on vinyl last week and to celebrate, the band got back together with original singer Mosley.

Mosley took care of the main vocal duties on the band’s debut as well as its 1987 follow-up, before being replaced by the band’s now better-known frontman Mike Patton.

While this is not the first time the band have reunited with their original frontman, having played shows in both 2010 and 2015, it was still no doubt a treat for longtime fans of the group.

Playing a pair of shows in San Francisco and LA, the band were billed as ‘Chuck Mosley and Friends’. The band played San Francisco’s Great American Music Hall and LA’s The Troubadour on August 18th and 20th respectively.

Check out fan-recorded footage of the San Francisco show below.

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