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Mike Patton



3.76 | 9 ratings

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4 stars There are a great number of reasons for everyone to get this album. The mere facts that it's bundled with the short movie and that it's the 100th recording released on Ipecac records were good enough for me. What makes it even better is the fact that it's a great release!

While keeping in mind that it's a soundtrack Mike Patton has still managed to carve out songs that I can listen to on their own without connecting them to the short film. Especially if you consider the fact that the score itself is actually approximately 10 minutes longer than the film I guess that it's not completely inseparable from the movie.

Since the material here is quite versatile A Perfect Place can serve as an excellent introduction to Mike Patton and his music career. Check it out if you haven't already done so!

***** star songs: A Perfect Twist (Vocal) (2:44) Batucada (2:18) Catholic Tribe (2:28)

**** star songs: Main Title (3:15) A Perfect Place (3:30) Car Radio (AM) (1:01) A Little Poker Tomorrow Night? (3:10) Seriously Disturbed (1:18) A Dream of Roses (2:34) A Perfect Place/Main Title (Reprise) (2:45) Another Perfect Place (1:42) Car Radio (FM) (1:55) Swinging the Body (1:57) Il Cupo Dolore (2:06) A Perfect End (2:46)

Total rating: 4,21

Rune2000 | 4/5 |


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