ipecac-42,Mass Destruction , The Director's Cut, Panopticon [Slipcase], Obtanium *, The Solitude of Prime Numbers
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CD Mass Destruction 
CD The Director's Cut
The Wire (8/01, p.55) - "...Each arrangement pulsates with a dark intelligence....Weird and wonderful..."CMJ (8/01, p.80) - "...Inventive....cementing Patton's reputation as an artist..."NME (Magazine) (7/28/01, p.42) - 8 out of 10 - "...Genius...16 reinterpreted scores from movies like ROSEMARY'S BABY, THE OMEN and so forth....Patton croons devilishly while skycrapers collapse behind him, and the result is pure rock operatics..."
CD Panopticon [Slipcase]
Uncut (p.156) - 4 stars out of 5 - "PANOPTICON consists largely of instrumental chunks of Mogwai-style post-rock that those with long attention spans will find utterly rewarding."Alternative Press (p.156) - "PANOPTICON sees Isis carving off sprawling slabs of cyclical riffery in more sparing portions, making their force-of-nature heaviness all the more effective as it diffuses seamlessly into a cinematic post-rock galaxy of ringing notes and electronic ephemera." - 5 out of 5Magnet (pp.99-100) - "Isis creates high-concept, staunchly progressive heavy metal....Like a brutal argument, it's emotionally draining but ultimately rewarding."CMJ (p.42) - "PANOPTICON slowly constructs walls of impenetrable sound, an Isis trademark....As each song grows ever more crushing on PANOPTICON, Isis rebuilds itself, evolving with each Darwinistic step."CMJ (p.4) - "[L]ight and dark melodies supported by coagulating, heavy arrangements remain the key ingredient in L.A.-via-Boston psych-metal quintet Isis' eight-minute iron curtains of sound on PANOPTICON."Mojo (Publisher) (p.99) - 4 stars out of 5 - "[A] breathtaking balance of instrumental maelstrom with devastating, near-elemental power - this is music for titans."
CD Obtanium *
CMJ (7/22/02, p.14) - "...A triumphant return to the scene....employing antique instruments and banging on anything...The clangy, jangly OBTAINIUM goes beyond the type of rock that would make your parents yell, 'Turn that noise down!' It's off the cuff...scoring high points for originality..."
CD The Solitude of Prime Numbers
Magnet (p.57) - "[T]he sequencing of the tracks -- arranged by successive prime numbers -- showcases a keen attention to detail."The Wire (p.64) - "Transcending its function as a score, this music works as a collection of instrumental vignettes, individual yet circular in structure."
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