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Mike Patton



1.95 | 19 ratings

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4 stars This Patton album is certainly original, i think everyone will give him that. Sometimes these experiments work, sometimes they don't. For me, this one did, just can't stop listening to it. Most of the songs differ from each other a lot, each has it's own unique sound. But they have a lot in common too, they all consist of various strange sounds that don't seem to be human made, but they are, voice is the only instrument on this album. It is like a whole new genre. And it is only the matter of taste will you like it or will you not. Most people prefer Pranzo Oltranzista, but i find it boring. Maybe one day it will fit my mood perfectly and i will finally discover it. This album also seemed terrible at first listens, but then i found that it has to be listened with eyes closed, lying and thinking about nothing else. And you mustn't be tired. And you must be really open minded. However even listening to it like that, i (die hard Patton fan by the way) find some bits very boring(like all Guinea Pigs) but other songs compensate it. 3,75 stars mostly for giving a whole new view to the art of music. Recommended if you are searching for something original.
tired_time | 4/5 |


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