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  1. Aug 10, 2012
    I'm not sure why, but Mike Patton likes making an unorthodox music. Problem is, nobody else does. Let's admit it, the only reason anyone ever listened or rated bands like: Mr. Bungle, Tomahawk, or Fantomas is because of Mike Patton. The guy is blessed with a special voice ranging from low baritone to high pitch scream, then he's a very good front man, but none of his music he wrote after leaving Faith No More is listenable. It's a worthless waste of time and your money. Better put on some old FNM albums than listen to this crap. It's shame, big shame, a front man with a voice like that wasting best years on that. I think one day he will realise he has made a mistake, and that nobody remembers him for all that avant-garde stuff, but for his days with FNM. And that's what he should have done, stayed with FNM. And now it's too late, they can only make couple extra dollars on one of these bull@#it reunion tours. Collapse

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  1. Oct 24, 2012
    An album that's--unusually--both disorienting and immensely tedious. [Nov 2012, p.103]
  2. Oct 3, 2012
    It should still be appreciated for its sonic density, its sustained mood of dread and the universality of its themes, at least one of which--the condemnation of usurers--is painfully relevant today. [Sep 2012, p.63]
  3. Jul 23, 2012
    Admittedly, it's hard not to respect Patton's creative adventurousness, but sweet Jesus, the gulf between admiration and enjoyment of one of his projects has never been so wide. [No.89, p.57]