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  • #31
    From back in the day

    I remember when the video for "Epic" came out on MTV...and to this day FNM's The Real Thing has been a must have on hand cd in my collection...I love originality and Mike Patton is definitely that...
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    "This is my boom-stick!"

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    • #32
      Mike Patton:Great Artist Of The 90's (Mostly)

      Huge fan of his early work, mostly within
      Faith No More and Mr Bungle. Mr Bungle's
      first commercially available self-titled release
      truly is a masterpiece in music. It's too bad the
      following releases were not, mostly crazed
      experiments lacking in rhythm and song-structure
      (Don't anyone stand up for Disco Volante
      or California in my presence compared to
      the first album in song-writing quality ).

      As for his work in Faith No More, it was always
      consistent, great song-writing that unfortunately
      was always over-shadowed by that fluke
      popularity of The Real Thing's "Epic" single. They
      were so much more than just that damn song. In fact
      their last album "Album Of The Year" was a brilliant
      album, that the public had long given up on. Such a
      shame.

      As for his solo career and other side projects, they
      went from medicore to just plain noise, and to me
      such a waste of his vocal talent. But the work he
      did do that impressed me will live forever in my personal
      rotation as some of the best music of the 1990's.

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      • #33
        Originally posted by RedSabbath View Post
        Huge fan of his early work, mostly within
        Faith No More and Mr Bungle. Mr Bungle's
        first commercially available self-titled release
        truly is a masterpiece in music. It's too bad the
        following releases were not, mostly crazed
        experiments lacking in rhythm and song-structure
        (Don't anyone stand up for Disco Volante
        or California in my presence compared to
        the first album in song-writing quality ).

        As for his work in Faith No More, it was always
        consistent, great song-writing that unfortunately
        was always over-shadowed by that fluke
        popularity of The Real Thing's "Epic" single. They
        were so much more than just that damn song. In fact
        their last album "Album Of The Year" was a brilliant
        album, that the public had long given up on. Such a
        shame.

        As for his solo career and other side projects, they
        went from medicore to just plain noise, and to me
        such a waste of his vocal talent. But the work he
        did do that impressed me will live forever in my personal
        rotation as some of the best music of the 1990's.

        Yea I love all of the Mr Bungle albums. Its one of those bands that if I put them on then I'll instantly be in a good mood. lol. Fun stuff. I like Fantomas alot more from a composition stand point. The movements they write are brilliant. Mainly The Director's Cut and, well, Suspended Animation is just plain fun.
        Move on to Faith No More, I feel more for the Angel Dust and The Real Thing albums. The songs are awesome. And I have always been partial to the accompanied keyboard parts that Roddy Bottom always provided in the earlier albums and were less than absent in the later releases.
        Now with Tomahawk, great collaboration between all 4 members. And lets face it... its the closest thing we will ever see to Mike Patton doing a heavy rock/alternative metal or whatever you wanna classify it as a group. But yea... Mit Gas and the self titled are two cds in my colection I hold in high regard. Especially songs like Flashback, POP1, God Hates A Coward, Birdsong and Rape This Day.
        On to more recent solo stuff, what did everyone think of the sound fx he provided in the movie I Am Legend and the music he wrote for the indie film A Perfect Place ???

        PS : I actually liked Peeping Tom so screw everyone else who doesn't. lol.

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        • #34
          ^ Screw you hippy ^^
          XBL - Zombie Dime
          GTA V
          Borderlands 2

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          • #35
            Mike Patton is actually on the intro to a song called "Super Balls" by ICP. Pretty funny shit.

            Thirty Minutes Of Less: 8/10
            Tucker And Dale Vs Evil: 10/10
            I Love You Phillip Morris: 7/10
            Friday The 13th Pt. 3: 8/10

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            • #36
              That's really scary...
              XBL - Zombie Dime
              GTA V
              Borderlands 2

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              • #37
                Originally posted by Dimebag lives \m/ View Post
                That's really scary...
                What so scary about that???

                Thirty Minutes Of Less: 8/10
                Tucker And Dale Vs Evil: 10/10
                I Love You Phillip Morris: 7/10
                Friday The 13th Pt. 3: 8/10

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                • #38
                  Originally posted by ShinJuggalo View Post
                  Mike Patton is actually on the intro to a song called "Super Balls" by ICP. Pretty funny shit.
                  I figured that was just from some old porno, care to tell me what they sampled of his?
                  FREE DOBEDOBE!

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                  • #39
                    Originally posted by Coffin Bloood View Post
                    I figured that was just from some old porno, care to tell me what they sampled of his?
                    Fuck....A while back faygoluvers.net had the entire clip of Mike Patton calling this escort service. I'm not sure where they sampled it from, or if he did it for the album with them or what, but I do know that it is Patton.

                    Thirty Minutes Of Less: 8/10
                    Tucker And Dale Vs Evil: 10/10
                    I Love You Phillip Morris: 7/10
                    Friday The 13th Pt. 3: 8/10

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                    • #40
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                      Thirty Minutes Of Less: 8/10
                      Tucker And Dale Vs Evil: 10/10
                      I Love You Phillip Morris: 7/10
                      Friday The 13th Pt. 3: 8/10

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                      • #41
                        Originally posted by ShinJuggalo View Post
                        Fuck....A while back faygoluvers.net had the entire clip of Mike Patton calling this escort service. I'm not sure where they sampled it from, or if he did it for the album with them or what, but I do know that it is Patton.
                        Really now? I wouldn't doubt it, in the mid and late nineties ICP were always touring with the weirdo's such as Jimmy Piss or whatever his name is from MSI and other not so national alt bands.
                        FREE DOBEDOBE!

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                        • #42
                          Originally posted by Coffin Bloood View Post
                          Really now? I wouldn't doubt it, in the mid and late nineties ICP were always touring with the weirdo's such as Jimmy Piss or whatever his name is from MSI and other not so national alt bands.
                          Actually, first concert I ever saw MSI openned for ICP. Fans were throwing lit cigarettes and quarters at them. Funny shit. Jimmy Urine started picking up the quarters, then grabbed the mic and said "No Canadian money, mother fuckers!".

                          Thirty Minutes Of Less: 8/10
                          Tucker And Dale Vs Evil: 10/10
                          I Love You Phillip Morris: 7/10
                          Friday The 13th Pt. 3: 8/10

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                          • #43
                            Originally posted by ShinJuggalo View Post
                            Actually, first concert I ever saw MSI openned for ICP. Fans were throwing lit cigarettes and quarters at them. Funny shit. Jimmy Urine started picking up the quarters, then grabbed the mic and said "No Canadian money, mother fuckers!".
                            ICP fans act like fucking animals to opening acts, least they used to before all the fans were of the Hot Topic generation and posing thugs. It was like sure they were rapping wigger clowns but the fans never really reflected that, they were just crazy, violent and wanted to have fun
                            FREE DOBEDOBE!

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                            • #44
                              ICP is not allowed to be talked about in this thread.

                              Obey.

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                              • #45
                                Originally posted by black coffee View Post
                                ICP is not allowed to be talked about in this thread.

                                Obey.
                                As intimidating as you may be I will not be swayed.
                                FREE DOBEDOBE!

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