- Summary: The theme of Mike Patton's fourth Fantomas album (which is similar in sound to their first disc) is a calendar, which each track named after a different day of April 2005.
- Record Label: Ipecac
- Genre(s): Indie, Rock
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BingoI.Sep 15, 2008this album is great!
SheaEMay 23, 2005Another overall quality product from Mike Patton. Great musicianship alongside beautiful artwork and packaging.
AaronHSep 2, 2006I know, I know, putting a 10 may seem like a crass move. But the more I listen to this album, the more I'm convinced that it's one of the greatest albums of the last couple of years. Patton & Co. have done it again!… Expand
ChrisXXXJun 1, 2005While somewhat similar to the first Fantomas record, this is much better executed. The vocals, riffs, and sound effects gel together beautifully. I can only hope this leads to The Director's Cut Part 2!!!!! (Note to Patton: Do some music from Sin City. Please!)… Expand
DavidF.Jan 11, 2008I found this to be their most accessible release yet, and almost gave it a 9.
JoostNov 28, 2005+ Yes, it's still quite weird sometimes. But when being used to listen to some voice-crap of Patton, this use of his voice makes more a true combination with other instruments, sometimes you can't even distinct one from the other. Watch more cartoons. - No real "songs"… Expand
MikeMApr 19, 2005Another boring, pseudo-avant piece of crap by Patton. He's been eating his own tail since...well Disco Volante? Or at least Director's Cut. This guy doesn't progresst; he keeps on rehashing older ideas & the only change is putting them in ridiculous forms - either very short or 70-minute pieces. He's holding too many projects and as a result he loses his cred as an artist. No new ideas here, sadly it's becoming a standard for the once great and inventive musician.… Expand
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