Peeping Tom - Peeping Tom
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  • Summary: The newest (and somewhat "pop"-oriented) project from Mike Patton (Faith No More, Fantomas) finds him teamed with an eclectic bunch, including Norah Jones, Massive Attack, Odd Nosdam, Amon Tobin and Kool Keith.
Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 10 out of 22
  2. Negative: 3 out of 22
  1. Put 'Peeping Tom' on the stereo and it's as slickly dark and eminently devourable as Hip-Hop with R&B overtones can be, though whack it on the headphones and you're introduced to something infinitely superior.
  2. It's quite possibly Patton's most accessible album since his Faith No More days.
  3. 80
    While poppier and more accessible than his albums fronting Fantomas, it's worth the wait. [Jul 2006, p.104]
  4. Yields plenty of oddly seductive moments. [10 Aug 2006, p.99]
  5. It holds some charms, but Peeping Tom is overshadowed by Patton’s previous work.
  6. Once you get past the shock tactics, Peeping Tom is little more than a pile of dated Linkin Park-style sludge. [2 Jun 2006, p.83]
  7. A collection of infantile, forgettable stripper anthems and not even guest spots from Rahzel or Kid Koala can keep this shit from sounding like Linkin Park.

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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 20 out of 23
  2. Negative: 2 out of 23