9 thoughts on “ Your Neighborhood Spaceman - Peeping Tom (3) - Peeping Tom (CD, Album) ”

  1. May 30,  · Your Neighborhood Spaceman Lyrics: I'm your neighborhood spaceman / You don't know who I am / Or where I've been / Circling like a satellite / The sign post in the sky / .
  2. Sep 03,  · View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Digipak Slider CD release of Peeping Tom on Discogs/5().
  3. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the CD release of Peeping Tom on Discogs. Label: Ipecac Recordings - IPC 77,Ipecac Recordings - IPC 77A,Shock (2) - IPC 77,Shock (2) - IPC 77A • Format: CD Album • Country: Australia & New Zealand • Genre: Hip Hop, Rock • Style: Alternative Rock 5: Your Neighborhood Spaceman Drum.
  4. Aug 28,  · excellent album by one of music's most ingenius artists. Mike Patton certainly knows how blend hip hop, trip hop, and a myriad of other genres with his endless bag of vocal tricks into a fun yet musically inventive and rewarding pop record. a must listen for anyone, whether it be your average radio listener or an avant garde music expert.
  5. View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Digipak Slider CD release of Peeping Tom on Discogs. Label: Ipecac Recordings - IPC 77,Ipecac Recordings - IPC 77U • Format: CD Album Digipak Slider • Country: Europe • Genre: Electronic, Hip Hop, Rock • Style: Alternative Rock.
  6. Rumors of Peeping Tom started circulating around year , talking of a "poppier" album in contrast with the experimental outings that make out most of Patton's Pedigree. This project finally saw the light with the eponymous album, written, played and produced with an incredible set of big names, mainly of trip-hop and hip-hop alternative.
  7. Production. In , Mike Patton conceived Peeping Tom. It is a tribute to Michael Powell's film Peeping Tom. The album was created by swapping song files through the mail with collaborators such as Norah Jones, Kool Keith, and Massive Attack, among others. It took almost six years to complete the album.
  8. Peeping Tom is certainly Patton's most accessible work since Mr. Bungle's album California. On that record, he often baited you with a clever hook before shocking your system with an abrupt left turn. Patton confuses the senses here in just the same way, and proves that we still love him for it.

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