CD Fantomas (CD 947324), Audio Other
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Fantomas


  • 1. Book 1: Page 1 - (6 frames)
    2. Book 1: Page 2 - (7 frames)
    3. Book 1: Page 3 - (17 frames)
    4. Book 1: Page 4 - (11 frames)
    5. Book 1: Page 5 - (7 frames)
    6. Book 1: Page 6 - (26 frames)
    7. Book 1: Page 7 - (6 frames)
    8. Book 1: Page 8 - (9 frames)
    9. Book 1: Page 9 - (11 frames)
    10. Book 1: Page 10 - (15 frames)
    11. Book 1: Page 11 - (10 frames)
    12. Book 1: Page 12 - (31 frames)
    13. Book 1: Page 13 - (4 frames)
    14. Book 1: Page 14 - (22 frames)
    15. Book 1: Page 15 - (11 frames)
    16. Book 1: Page 16 - (14 frames)
    17. Book 1: Page 17 - (20 frames)
    18. Book 1: Page 18 - (21 frames)
    19. Book 1: Page 19 - (13 frames)
    20. Book 1: Page 20 - (11 frames)
    21. Book 1: Page 21 - (7 frames)
    22. Book 1: Page 22 - (17 frames)
    23. Book 1: Page 23 - (19 frames)
    24. Book 1: Page 24 - (34 frames)
    25. Book 1: Page 25 - (7 frames)
    26. Book 1: Page 26 - (15 frames)
    27. Book 1: Page 27 - (20 frames)
    28. Book 1: Page 28 - (39 frames)
    29. Book 1: Page 29 - (2 frames)
    30. Book 1: Page 30 - (hidden track)
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  • Additional Info
    Manufacturer Part Number (MPN): 1

  • Credits
    ProducerMike Patton
    EngineerBilly Anderson

    Fantomas: Mike Patton (vocals); Buzz Osborne (guitar); Trevor Dunn (bass); Dave Lombardo (drums).
    Recorded at Brilliant Studios, San Francisco, California.
    Personnel: Mike Patton (vocals); Buzz Osborne (guitar); Dave Lombardo (drums).
    Recording information: Brilliant Studios, San Francisco, CA.
    The first project Mike Patton worked on after the April 1998 breakup of Faith No More was the all-star Fantomas. Heavy metal fans everywhere salivated at the lineup of Patton on vocals, the Melvins' Buzz Osborne on guitar, ex-Slayer Dave Lombardo on drums, and Mr. Bungle's Trevor Dunn on bass. But as longtime fans have come to learn long ago, always expect the unexpected with Patton-related projects. The band's self-titled debut (the first for Patton's record label, Ipecac) is far from your conventional rock; composed and produced entirely by the singer, the songs serve as a soundtrack to a comic book's story line. At nearly 43-minutes in length, Fantomas is comprised of 30 chronologically numbered "pages"' instead of songs. While it's an unconventional album, it's also a completely original one, especially when compared to the blah and predictable alt-rock of the late '90s. Patton uses his voice as an instrument with often amazing results (singing nonsensical syllables instead of words); few singers have the talent or know-how to pull off such highlights as "Page 1," "Page 19," "Page 21," and "Page 29." If you're expecting an album comparable to either Faith No More or Mr. Bungle, you may be confused and disappointed. But if you're looking for something completely original and cutting edge, Fantomas is highly recommended. ~ Greg Prato

  • Critic Reviews
    CMJ (5/24/99, p.27) - "...Elements of Japanese noise and arty tomfoolery reverberate through the dense, guitar-heavy textures....FANTOMAS is one of the most challenging and imaginative all-star efforts in recent memory."
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  • Genre: Audio Other
  • Label: Ipecac 1
  • Distributor: n/a
  • Analog/Digital: n/a
  • Mono/Stereo: Stereo
  • Studio/Live: Studio
  • UPC: 689230000129
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