quinta-feira, 14 de janeiro de 2010

mike patton - italian singer

O vocalista das bandas faith no more.mr.bungle,peeping tom e mais uma penca de bandas(confere depois a parte em inglês retirada do wikipedia pra ver a saga desse sujeito)lançou algo inédito:musica italiana com orquestra e tudo mais que se tem direito. Tem link:http://www.myspace.com/mikepattonofficial

olha ai na ordem do show(1 a 10) falou caray!(das duas uma:ou vai dar boas gargalhadas ou vai odiar!)eu dei boas risadas!!! caray!!!

Mike Patton & The Metropole Orchestra Part 1 of 10 9:05 1 (preste bem a atenção na expressão facial do ragazzo)
Mike Patton & The Metropole Orchestra Part 2 of 10 9:06 2 (vocal mezzo faith no more mezzo italiano ,olha o cara do lado do mike-ele tem feeling caray)
Mike Patton & The Metropole Orchestra Part 3 of 10 9:06 3

Mike Patton & The Metropole Orchestra Part 4 of 10 9:05 4

Mike Patton & The Metropole Orchestra Part 5 of 10 9:12 5
Mike Patton & The Metropole Orchestra Part 6 of 10 9:12 6
Mike Patton & The Metropole Orchestra Part 7 of 10 9:14 7

Mike Patton & The Metropole Orchestra Part 8 of 10 9:06 8

Mike Patton & The Metropole Orchestra Part 9 of 10 9:08 9

Mike Patton & The Metropole Orchestra Part 10 of 10 9:07 10

Michael Allan Patton (born January 27, 1968, in Eureka, California) is an American musician, singer-songwriter, composer, producer, lyricist, multi-instrumentalist, film actor, and voice actor, best known as the lead singer of the rock band Faith No More. He has also handled lead vocals for Mr. Bungle, Tomahawk, Lovage, Fantômas, The Dillinger Escape Plan, Zu and Peeping Tom.

Known best for his eclectic influences and numerous projects, Patton has earned critical praise for his diverse vocals, which touch on crooning, falsetto, death growls, rapping, chanting, mouth music, beatboxing and scatting, among other techniques; critic Greg Prato writes, "Patton could very well be one of the most versatile and talented singers in rock music."[1]

He has many producer or co-producer credits with artists such as John Zorn, The Melvins, Melt-Banana and Kool Keith. He co-founded Ipecac Recordings with Greg Werckman in 1999, and has run the label since.


Mr. Bungle



  • 2001 - Tomahawk
  • 2003 - Mit Gas
  • 2007 - Sun Dance - Single (features the non-album instrumental track El Tecolote)
  • 2007 - Anonymous

Solo albums

Peeping Tom

With John Zorn

[edit] Album collaborations

Albums featured

  • 1995 - Burn or Bury (by Milk Cult, Patton performs vocals on Psychoanalytwist)
  • 1996 - Roots (by Sepultura, Patton sings on the track Lookaway)
  • 1997 - Blood Rooted (by Sepultura, Patton sings and co-writes Mine. His singing can be also heard on the remix of the track Lookaway.)
  • 1997 - Great Jewish Music: Burt Bacharach (by Various Artists, Patton (vocals and keyboards) collaborates with David Slusser on She's Gone Away)
  • 1997 - Great Jewish Music: Serge Gainsbourg (by Various Artists, Patton sings and plays all instruments on Ford Mustang)
  • 1997 - Fear No Love (by Bob Ostertag, Patton contributes vocals to The Man in the Blue Slip and Not Your Girl)
  • 1997 - AngelicA 97 (by Various Artists, House of Discipline contributes The Art Of Fist-Fucking (1 & 2) and Patton contributes to Romance For A Choking Man/Woman (with Marie Goyette) and cudegokalalumosospasashatetéwaot)
  • 1998 - Charlie (by Melt-Banana, members of Mr. Bungle (and many others) contribute vocals for Area 877 (Phoenix Mix))
  • 1999 - Memory Is An Elephant (by Tin Hat Trio, Patton sings on hidden track Infinito)
  • 1999 - Tribus (by Sepultura, Patton co-writes and sings The Waste)
  • 1999 - No Coração dos Deuses - Soundtrack (Patton performs Procura O Cara with members of Sepultura)
  • 1999 - Song Drapes (by Jerry Hunt, Patton contributes text/vocals on Song Drape 7 "I Come")
  • 2000 - The Crybaby (by Melvins, Patton sings and plays instruments on G.I. Joe)
  • 2000 - Great Phone Calls (by Neil Hamburger, Patton featured on Music of the Night)
  • 2000 - Down With The Scene (by Kid 606, Patton contributes vocals on Secrets 4 Sale)
  • 2002 - Rise Above: 24 Black Flag Songs to Benefit the West Memphis Three (by Various Artists, Patton performs on Six Pack)
  • 2004 - Virginal Co Ordinates (by Eyvind Kang, Patton contributes voice & electronics)
  • 2004 - Medúlla (by Björk, features Patton on Pleasure Is All Mine and Where Is The Line)
  • 2004 - White People (by Handsome Boy Modeling School, features Patton on Are You Down With It?)
  • 2004 - The End of the Fear of God (by Various Artists, Patton duets with Kid 606 on Circle A)
  • 2005 - Crime and Dissonance (by Ennio Morricone, compiled by Alan Bishop of Sun City Girls with Patton's commentary)
  • 2005 - Toto Angelica (by Alvin Curran, contains snippets of past Angelica Festival performances, including Patton's in 1997)
  • 2005 - Oceanic Remixes/Reinterpretations (by Isis, Patton contributed a version of Maritime)
  • 2005 - Burner (by Odd Nosdam, features Patton on 11th Ave Freakout Pt 2)
  • 2005 - Wei-Wu-Wei (by Corleone: Roy Paci, Patton contributes vocals on Tutto diventerà rosso)
  • 2005 - Patton performs vocals on Koolade (formerly titled "Kool-Aid Party"), an unreleased song originally recorded for the album Team Sleep
  • 2006 - Wishingbone (by Subtle, features Patton on Long Vein of the Voice)
  • 2006 - New Heavy (by Dub Trio, features Patton on Not Alone)
  • 2006 - Trouble – The Jamie Saft Trio Plays Bob Dylan (by Jamie Saft Trio, features Patton on Ballad of a Thin Man)
  • 2006 - Quero Saber (by Carla Hassett, duet with Patton on a cover of The Beatles' Julia)
  • 2007 - Athlantis (by Eyvind Kang, Patton contributes vocals)
  • 2007 - Vein (by Foetus, Patton remixes How to Vibrate)
  • 2008 - Another Sound Is Dying (by Dub Trio, features Patton on No Flag)
  • 2008 - Profanation (Preparation for a Coming Darkness) (by Praxis, features Patton on Larynx)
  • 2008 - Transylvania (by The Tango Saloon, features Patton on Dracula Cha Cha)
  • 2008 - Auk/Blood (by Tanya Tagaq, features Patton on Fire - Ikuma)
  • 2008 - Bird's Eye - Single (by Patton, Serj Tankian and Marc Streitenfeld, featured in the film Body of Lies [1])
  • 2009 - Carboniferous (by Zu, features Patton on Soulympics and Orc)
  • 2009 - Join The Q (by the Qemists, features Patton on Lost Weekend)
  • 2009 - Umläut (by Umläut, features Patton on Atlas Face)
  • 2009 - Broken (by Soulsavers, features Patton on Unbalanced Pieces)
  • 2009 - Greatest Knockouts The Album, Vol. 2 (upcoming album by Rahzel, features Patton on Come Fly With Me)

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