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    Mike Patton

    New song with Secret Chiefs 3 (band lead by Trey Spruance of Mr Bungle).
    http://www.theprp.com/2012/01/30/new...dio-available/

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    Is/will there be a digital format for this? I quit buying vinyl quite some time ago.

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    thanks for the heads up. the stuff he did for the crank soundtracks was really good.

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    From the Ipecac Facebook: "HA! Made you look! Available on Record Store Day, all 3 albums on vinyl for first time, with space to insert the soon to be released 4th Tomahawk record coming soon!"

    Fourth Tomahawk album? Wasn't expecting this and I seriously can't wait!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlb View Post
    From the Ipecac Facebook: "HA! Made you look! Available on Record Store Day, all 3 albums on vinyl for first time, with space to insert the soon to be released 4th Tomahawk record coming soon!"

    Fourth Tomahawk album? Wasn't expecting this and I seriously can't wait!
    i just exploded. i am typing this without a corporeal form, somehow. hopefully i will also be able to play records as a ghost.

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    Mike Patton?

    Yes.

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    Sweeet! I had a dream a few nights ago that Mr. Bungle reunited and played a show here in a thrift shop. Crazy.

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    I've always wanted to check out more of Mike Patton's stuff.

    Where should I start?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Angrypasta View Post
    I've always wanted to check out more of Mike Patton's stuff.

    Where should I start?
    Faith No More debut album and then Tomahawk

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    Quote Originally Posted by Reznor2112 View Post
    Faith No More debut album and then Tomahawk
    mike wasn't in the band for the debut album. the first album he was on was "the real thing", but i would recommend "angel dust" as your first FNM album. "mit gas" by tomahawk is fantastic, as well. if you want something a little funkier, check out "california" by mr. bungle. for something more accessible, go with peeping tom.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eversonpoe View Post
    mike wasn't in the band for the debut album. the first album he was on was "the real thing",

    Das ist was I meant.. Mein bad.

    the only "debut" that mattered. Mike's.

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    EDit: bah
    see below
    Last edited by PooPooMeowChow; 02-26-2012 at 01:16 AM.

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    Someone help me find my sphincter.

    New tunes.

    http://www.metalsucks.net/2014/07/07...ongs-17-years/

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    Here are my Mondo Cane recordings;

    http://www.youtube.com/playlist?list...ature=view_all

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    The most accessible (and song orientated) ones for me are:

    Faith No More - angel dust or album of the year
    Fantomas - the director's cut
    Mr Bungle - California
    Peeping Tom - s/t
    Tomahawk - s/t or Mit Gas
    Mondo Cane - s/t
    Dillinger Escape Plan - irony is a dead scene (Patton is the singer for the whole EP before Greg came in)

    If you like what you hear you can dive deeper into his more radical stuff like his two solo records, earlier Mr Bungle and Fantomas stuff and his various collaboration-records.
    And if all that doesn't suit your taste than stick with the Faith No More discography. You can't go wrong with that. Personally I like a lot of his stuff, but some of it (Merzbow e.g.) is too much for me.

    It's funny. alot of people don't know about that Mike Patton guy I keep talking about from time to time, but as soon as I play FNMs easy for them the all go like "Oh, this is him?" and the next thing I see is destroyed faces and melted eardrums when I let some Fantomas etc. loose.

    His two soundtrack works (there's only two afaik) are also quite good: Crank 2 OST and A Perfect Place but very different from each another. I yet have to see his acting debut in a indiependent film called Firecracker.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlb View Post
    His two soundtrack works (there's only two afaik) are also quite good: Crank 2 OST and A Perfect Place but very different from each another. I yet have to see his acting debut in a indiependent film called Firecracker.
    Last year he did the soundtrack for a film called The Solitude of Prime Numbers.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dlb View Post
    His two soundtrack works (there's only two afaik) are also quite good: Crank 2 OST and A Perfect Place but very different from each another. I yet have to see his acting debut in a indiependent film called Firecracker.
    I picked up Firecracker on DVD a few years back. Finally got around to watching it last summer. In retrospect, I could see why I was in no rush to watch it. Patton plays 2 roles. One of them he does okay with, the other you can see he's a musician trying his hand at acting.

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    Don't forget about General Patton vs. The X-Ecutioners!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Verthandi View Post
    Don't forget about General Patton vs. The X-Ecutioners!
    I find this to be one of his most underrated releases. It was all I listened to when it came out.

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    My favourite Patton releases:

    FNM: King For A Day, Fool for a Lifetime is my fave. Angel Dust, The Real Thing, and Album of the Year are also all must-haves.
    Mr Bungle: all three, especially Disco Volante.
    Tomahawk: the first album is great, the second was rushed, but has a couple of good songs.
    Peeping Tom: very much underrated.
    Mondo Cane: not his greatest, but still very enjoyable.
    Don't care for: most of Fantomas (The Director's Cut is the best), the soundtracks, and albums just made up of noise and screaming.

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    Love all FNM
    Love all Tomahawk (no one here likes their 3rd album??)
    Love all Mr. Bungle
    Love Fantomas' Suspended Animation.
    Didn't really dig Peeping Tom.
    Haven't heard Mondo Cane?

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    FNM - Angel Dust
    Mr. Bungle - California (Sweet Charity is one of my favorite songs, ever)
    Fantomas - Director's Cut
    Tomahawk - s/t (don't care much for the third one either)
    Thoroughly enjoyed Peeping Tom.

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    I enjoy the third Tomahawk record alot, but I like them better as a straight forward rock-band, rather than an experimental piece. I hope the fourth one is more like their debut record.

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    How is there no love for Lovage in here?! Probably my favorite thing he's done outside of Faith No More.

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    Wow, totally forgot about that one! Xup, that also has to go in my top Patton selection! There's just too much he's done... :P

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    Totally forgot about that one too. great album, but I'm still sticking my list though.

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    the lovage album recently got re-released as a 2-disc package with the instrumental versions of the tracks on disc 2.

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    he also did the soundtrack for a short film called "a perfect place" which is fantastic (and the soundtrack comes with the film on DVD when you buy it).

    his work with kaada was great, as well. the guy is just kind of golden.

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    All this talk about Patton and no mention of the mystery song Faith No More played during their last couple shows, late last year?



    Could be a brand new song, or an unreleased song. Hopefully they plan on actually releasing it.

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