OK

Při poskytování služeb nám pomáhají soubory cookie. Používáním našich služeb vyjadřujete souhlas s naším používáním souborů cookie. Více informací

Peeping Tom
s/t (May 30, 2006)

Peeping Tom — s/t (May 30, 2006) {Ipecac}

       Peeping Tom — s/t (May 30, 2006) {Ipecac}Peeping Tom — s/t (May 30, 2006) {Ipecac}★Ξ★      Hard drivin' groove, heavy, blues laden riffs, epic psychadelia and quality brown tone.
★Ξ★      Peeping Tom is a band led by Mike Patton. To date, they have released one eponymous album and two singles on Ipecac Recordings. The band has featured a wide variety of well–known artists such as Massive Attack, Norah Jones and Kool Keith.
★Ξ★      Peeping Tom has been called Mike Patton's most mainstream accessible work since his days with Faith No More.
★Ξ★      “I don't listen to the radio, but if I did, this is what I'd want it to sound like. This is my version of pop music. In a way, this is an exercise for me: taking all these things I've learned over the years and putting them into a pop format. I've worked with many people who have said to me, 'oh you have a pop record in you, eventually you'll find it,' and I always laughed at them. I guess I owe them an apology.”Mike Patton
Location: Tucson, Arizona
Genre: indie rock, indie pop, soul, hip–hop
Album release: May 30, 2006
Record Label: Ipecac
Duration:      44:04 
Tracks:
01. Five Seconds  (featuring Odd Nosdam)     4:21
02. Mojo  (featuring Rahzel and Dan the Automator)     3:41 
03. Don't Even Trip  (featuring Amon Tobin)     5:47
04. Getaway  (featuring. Kool Keith)      3:22
05. Your Neighborhood Spaceman  (featuring Jel and Odd Nosdam)     5:46 
06. Kill The DJ  (featuring Massive Attack)     4:10 
07. Caipirinha  (featuring Bebel Gilberto)     2:47 
08. Celebrity Death Match  (featuring Kid Koala)     3:43
09. How U Feelin?  (featuring Doseone)     2:44 
10. Sucker  (featuring Norah Jones)     2:33
11. We're Not Alone  (Remix)  (featuring Dub Trio)     5:10
Band:
★  Gerasimos Grammenos — Guitar, Vocals
★  Adam Winzer — Guitar, Vocals
★  Cameron Cairnes — Drums, Vocals
★  Josh Waddell — Bass guitar, yowells
AWARDS
★  US Heat.     #1
★  US Independent      #3
★  AUS     #12
★  BEL FL     #34
★  BEL WA     #86
★  FIN     #31
★  FRA     #115
★  NOR     #22
★  UK     #136
★  US     #103
CRITICS REVIEWS:
★  Playlouder     90
★  Urb     80
★  All Music Guide     80
★  Q Magazine     60
★  Entertainment Weekly     50
★  Prefix Magazine     50
★  Slant Magazine     20
Summary:
★  Positive:     10
★  Mixed:     9
★  Negative:     3
User Reviews:
★  Positive:     20
★  Mixed:     1
★  Negative:     2
Description:
★Ξ★      Peeping Tom is the first and only album by Peeping Tom, better known as vocalist Mike Patton. The "group" features a number of special guests, including Dale Crover, Dan The Automator, Kid Koala, and vocal collaborations with different singers and rappers.
Editorial Reviews
★Ξ★      Lack of face–to–face interaction did not keep long–distance collaborators from turning in exceptional performances: Norah Jones' lascivious "Sucker," Kool Keith's "Getaway" and Massive Attack's "Kill The DJ" are intense and passionate as anything a live band environment could have produced. Peeping Tom also includes contributions from Amon Tobin, Bebel Gilberto, Dub Trio, Kid Koala and several of Patton's Bay Area running buddies, such as Dan "the Automator" Nakamura (who tag teams with Rahzel on "Mojo"), Jel, Odd Nosdam and Doseone of anticon records. The end result is an utterly unique multigenre/ multi–artist departure from Patton's more recent noisy output–one that would ultimately have to be classified as a pop recordú a Mike Patton pop record, but a pop record nonetheless.
Biography
★Ξ★      Years in the making, PEEPING TOM, noise rock renaissance man Mike Patton's most accessible work since his days in Faith No More, is finally a reality. The 11–track opus, featuring a lengthy and incongruous cast of guest performers, is set for a May 30 release on Patton's own Ipecac Recordings label.
★Ξ★      In keeping with the landmark 1960 psychological horror film that inspired its name, PEEPING TOM had its genesis as a modus operandi devoid of physical intimacy. Patton would write songs with a wishlist of theoretical collaborators in mind, then hope for a reply in the form of a finished track. "It's an exotic way of working for someone accustomed to a band environment," Patton says. "It was charming, really. None of the usual Animal House stuff. Instead of swapping spit and underwear, we were swapping files."
★Ξ★      Lack of face–to–face interaction did not keep long–distance collaborators from turning in exceptional performances: Norah Jones' lascivious "Sucker," Kool Keith's "Getaway" and Massive Attack's "Kill The DJ" are intense and passionate as anything a live band environment could have produced–despite the fact that Patton has still never met Jones or Keith. "Plenty of people on the record are still complete strangers to me," he says.
★Ξ★      The initial PEEPING TOM offering also includes contributions from Amon Tobin, Bebel Gilberto, DubTrio, Kid Koala, Dale Crover, Rahzel and several of Patton's Bay Area running buddies, such as Dan "the Automator" Nakamura, and Jel, Odd Nosdam and Dose One of hip hop collective anticon. The end result is an utterly unique multi–genre/multi–artist departure from Patton's more recent noisy output–one that would ultimately have to be classified as a pop record, alas a Mike Patton pop record, but a pop record nonetheless.
★Ξ★      "I don't listen to the radio, but if I did, this is what I'd want it to sound like. This is my version of pop music. In a way, this is an exercise for me: taking all these things I've learned over the years and putting them into a pop format. I've worked with many people who have said to me, 'oh you have a pop record in you, eventually you'll find it,' and I always laughed at them. I guess I owe them an apology."
★Ξ★      The first single from the self titled record will be “Mojo”. It is accompanied by a music video featuring appearances by Danny Devito, Mark Hoppus (blink 182), Rachel Hunter as well as song collaborators Dan the Automator and Rahzel. The video was created by buzzed about music video director Matt McDermitt.
★Ξ★      As work on PEEPING TOM began some six years back and was interrupted to accommodate Patton's recording or touring work with Fantomas, Tomahawk, Lovage, General Patton vs. the X–ecutioners, Kaada/Patton, Rahzel and guest turns on Bjork and Massive Attack records, two feature film scores, his film acting debut in “Firecracker”, videogame voice work in “The Darkness” and an ultimately "ridiculous" major label flirtation, enough material has massed for a second and possibly third record. A PEEPING TOM tour is also in discussion, pending various collaborators' schedules.
★Ξ★      The band will make their worldwide live debut on the Conan O’Brien show on May 26th.
Label: http://ipecac.com/artists/peeping_tom
Website: http://peepingtomband.com/band.htm
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pages/Peeping-Tom/183483368369962
Related Artists:
★Ξ★     Crudo (Mike Patton & Dan the Automator)
★Ξ★     Fantômas
★Ξ★     Fantômas Melvins Big Band
★Ξ★     General Patton vs The X–ecutioners
★Ξ★     Kaada / Patton
★Ξ★     Mike Patton
★Ξ★     Mike Patton / Luciano Berio
★Ξ★     Tomahawk
★Ξ★     Zu / Patton
★Ξ★★Ξ★★Ξ★★Ξ★★Ξ★★Ξ★★Ξ★★Ξ★★Ξ★★Ξ★★Ξ★★Ξ★★Ξ★★Ξ★★Ξ

Peeping Tom
s/t (May 30, 2006)

 

NEWS

13.12.2017

Only Wolf

12.12.2017

Květy

11.12.2017

SON VOLT

11.12.2017

Mary Gauthier

11.12.2017

RACHAEL YAMAGATA

9.12.2017

Nicolas Jaar

9.12.2017

DeDe

9.12.2017

Lisa Loeb

archiv

ALBUM COVERS IX.

SON VOLT — NOTES OF BLUE (February 17, 2017)
Tais Awards & Harvest Prize
Za Zelenou liškou 140 00 Praha 4, CZE
+420608841540