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Boomkat Product Review:
Mike Patton is back, and he's not alone! Peeping Tom is his most accessible project for what seems like years, and in for the ride this time are a whole host of famous names. We've got Odd Nosdam, Rahzel, Dan the Automator, Amon Tobin, Kool Keith, Jel, Massive Attack, Bebel Gilberto, Kid Koala, Doseone and even Radio 2 favourite Norah Jones making an appearance, so what exactly is Patton playing at, and why do we have this instead of a new Faith No More or Mr Bungle album?! Well it's a hip hop album for starters, or at least it's as hip hop as Patton gets - it's got funk at its core surrounded by traces of rock and lots of noise. When Odd Nosdam pops up on 'Five Seconds' it's because his voice becomes another instrument, because it carries the track to another place, and when Rahzel adds his throaty percussion to 'Mojo' it's because that's what was needed to make the track what it is. Patton is a grand conductor and again shows off his deft talent in picking the most unobvious ingredients to make a delicious musical cake. Highlights include the Norah Jones collaboration 'Sucker' which has her on quite saucy form whispering over punchy percussion and distorted guitar licks and horror film samples.