- 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.
- Record Label: Ipecac
- Genre(s): Rock, Electronic, Alternative
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IllmaticNaS10An awesome, experimental album. But then again, it's Mike Patton, so that's a given. And great guests, too. Kool Keith and Dan the Automator. Awesome. This who album completely blows away anything in rock, trip hop, or punk released lately. I mean, just listen to the reheated, rehashed bull that's been coming out lately. Mike is refreshing burst of originality, as usual. And screw Entertainment!! LINKIN PARK? Are you serious? Has that critic even heard a Linkin Park album? Mike Patton never has and never will sound like Linkin Park, and this album is no different. The fact that you would even compare the two artist is ridiculous and offensive. Linkin Park rehashes the same old nu-metal. Mike doesn't.… Expand
Ben8It's more genius from Patton AND the collaborators, and if you can't handle it that is YOUR bad. OK not all songs grabbed me, but at least appreciate TALENT!!! It should be encouraged! MOFO is an excellent song!… Expand
Hellstorm76 years in the making...first out of three peeping tom albums tobe released...patton shows us again that he's a talent to be reckoned with on this not so perfect but amazing album.… Expand
mikes4did not like peeping tom, i love mike patton and fantomas,tomahawk, but this album is wacky and the songwriting is poor, no consistency in the album, well maybe consistently bad but that's about it… Expand