MIKE PATTON CD LOT - TOMAHAWK, GENERAL PATTON, MELVINS
HUGE MIKE PATTON CD LOT --- MUST HAVE COLLECTION/LOW SHIP!!! *******7-DAY NO RESERVE AUCTION******* You are bidding on an excellent lot of Mike Patton CDs - A MUST HAVE COLLECTION FOR MIKE PATTON FANS!!! In this lot, you will receive (8) Mike Patton/Mike Patton-related compact discs. All (8) CDs are official releases NOT bootlegs, imports or cheap copies. Please see ebay's pre-filled info for "Adult Themes For Voice" CD - other CDs included & track listings as follows:
The Dillinger Escape Plan with Mike Patton "Irony Is A Dead Scene" Detailed Information:Track listing 1. When Good Dogs Do Bad Things 2. Pig Latin 3. Rock Paper Scissor 4. Come to Daddy Details Contributing artists: Mike Patton Distributor: Alternative Dis. Alliance Recording type: Studio Recording mode: Stereo SPAR Code: n/a Album notes The Dillinger Escape Plan: Mike Patton (vocals, percussion, samples); Benjamin Weinman (guitar, keyboards); Brian Benoit (guitar); Chris Pennie (keyboards, drums, percussion); Adam Doll (keyboards, samples); Liam Wilson (bass). Producers: Benjamin Weinman, Mike Patton, Chris Pennie. Recorded at Portrait Recording Studios, Lincoln Park, New Jersey. When Dillinger Escape Plan opened for Mike Patton's Mr. Bungle in 1999, the show was a dream for fans of experimental metal. When a break between vocalists allowed Dillinger Escape Plan to seek out a collaborator to fill the time, Patton seemed like an inspired choice to mix up their assault. Despite the ridiculously high expectations from both artists' fan bases, Irony Is a Dead Scene is a brilliant collaboration between the two. Coming off as a challenge to the stale rap metal scene that often sites Patton as an influence, it's hard not to view this as the natural progression of Faith No More's King for a Day... sound. Dillinger Escape Plan builds mountains of molten guitar riffs and eerie sound effects into an angular landscape of complex ideas, just to let Patton pull the whole thing together with his multi-faceted croon. One only needs to hear the Mel Blanc-meets-Ian MacKaye jabbering on "When Good Dogs Do Bad Things" to understand how brilliant he can be on the microphone, and if that doesn't convince listeners, then maybe the falsetto breakdown or grizzled rap found later in the song can do the job. The songwriting is truly inspired, displaying the prodigious chops of Dillinger better than anything they've done since Calculating Infinity. It would be impossible to cite all the genres covered in the 18 minutes of music , but this band has truly earned its standing as the heir to Faith No More's infamous versatility. A disappointing cover of Aphex Twin's "Come to Daddy" (barely) fails to match the original's unpleasant atmosp and manic approach, but otherwise this is an excellent EP that confounds as much as it inspires. To anyone disillusioned with the mainstream metal scene in 2002, this is what rock-radio junkies were missing out on that summer. ~ Bradley Torreano Editorial reviews ...Brilliant....Patton's unpredictable improvisation expertly compliments DEP's schizoid, mathematical precision...
8 out of 10 - ...Motormouth gibberish, harmony-rapping, stereo-panned devil voices. Funny ha-ha and funny weird, too...
Dub Trio "New Heavy" Detailed Information:Track listing 1. Illegal Dub 2. Not Alone - (featuring Mike Patton) 3. Angle of Acceptance 4. Table Rock Dub 5. Jack Bauer 6. One Man Tag Crew 7. Yes You Can't 8. Sunny I'm Kill 9. Screaming at the Sea 10. Cool Out and Coexist 11. Lullaby For... Details Contributing artists: Mike Patton Producer: Dub Trio, Joel Hamilton Distributor: Ryko Distribution Recording type: Studio Recording mode: Stereo SPAR Code: n/a Album notes Dub Trio: DP Holmes (guitar, keyboards); Joe Tomino (melodica, keyboards, drums, percussion); Stu Brooks (keyboards, bass guitar). Additional personnel: Mike Patton (vocals). As its name suggests, Dub Trio takes roots reggae as the starting point for its voyages into electronica, punk, a...
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