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Oddfellows

Tomahawk Audio CD
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Tomahawk is an experimental alternative metal/alternative rock supergroup from the United States. They formed in 2000 when Fantômas, ex-Mr. Bungle and Faith No More singer/keyboardist Mike Patton and ex-The Jesus Lizard guitar player Duane Denison started swapping tapes with the intention of collaborating. Duane Denison then recruited ex-Helmet drummer John Stanier (currently playing ... Read more in Amazon's Tomahawk Store

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  • Audio CD (28 Jan 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Ipecac
  • ASIN: B00A7CP8XK
  • Other Editions: Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 24,285 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Listen  2. Stone Letter 2:520.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  3. I.O.U. 2:380.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  4. White Hats / Black Hats 3:210.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  5. A Thousand Eyes 2:400.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  6. Rise Up Dirty Waters 3:060.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  7. The Quiet Few 3:480.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  8. "I Can Almost See Them" 2:360.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  9. South Paw 4:000.99  Buy MP3 
Listen10. Choke Neck 3:510.99  Buy MP3 
Listen11. Waratorium 3:270.99  Buy MP3 
Listen12. Baby Let's Play____ 2:430.99  Buy MP3 
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4.0 out of 5 stars TOMAHAWK - "ODDFELLOWS" 28 Jan 2013
By nin/ja77 TOP 1000 REVIEWER
Format:Audio CD|Verified Purchase
Tomahawk have already released three diverse albums so it was with great anticipation to see what direction they would go in on album number four "Oddfellows", would they throw another curve-ball in the form of their last album, the brilliant (yet sadly overlooked) "Anonymous" or would they go back to their rock smoky jazz fusion that served them so well on their first two albums? Those answers were given in the form of the first single "Stone Letter" which showed the band still know how to do a killer three minute song with a soaring chorus. The band have also added long-time Mike Patton collaborator Trevor Dunn (a man comfortable playing any style) on bass to replace Kevin Rutmanis who did not appear on the last album "Anonymous".

The album opens with the title track which opens with big heavy pounding drums backed by a great Duane Denison riff and a late flourish of a guitar solo towards the end of the track. "White Hats/Black Hats" is a track that twists into different directions and even has some cool background vocals; the trademark Tomahawk sound can be heard on "A Thousand Eyes" with its slow groove. The album has many rocking moments such as "South paw" which has industrial style drums and a choppy guitar in the background before a soulful Patton lyric calms the song down. The band play it funky on "Waratorium" with its groovy bass and drums locked in tight. Tomahawk have always been masters of changing tempo mid song and there is an example of this again in "Rise Up Dirty Waters" which starts off having a laid back jazz feel before breaking into full rock mode half way through.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Rebelliously...Normal. 21 Jun 2013
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Having purchased this album it has made me revisit all the other Tomahawk and Mr Bungle albums. In a very weird way this album is most notable in that it is relatively 'normal'. Which, in Mike Patton's mind, is probably the most 'out-there' thing he has done. What an odd and remarkably refreshing individual. By 'normal' I mean accessible to the common man in the street. Bear in mind this is the guy who makes albums like 'Adult Themes for Voice' and receives credits on the movie 'I Am Legend' for....ah....being the animal noises. Or maybe I'm now just conditioned for him to come out with something so odd this seems more surprising!

Still full of splendid lyrics, very fine riffs, the ever reliable John Stanier on drums (Helmet are nothing without him, sorry Paige Hamilton :O/ ), but...well...commercially viable!?!? Even more so than Peeping Tom to some degree (and that was Patton's attempt at a 'pop' album). Tomahawk provide another excellent album of...stuff to make you wonder if an FNM reformation is in any way necessary. Cooler name too. :O) Shocking eh!?!

Enjoy.
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5.0 out of 5 stars 'Tiz Gud Yah! 6 Feb 2013
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Firstly I wouldn't compare this to the Tomahawk albums you've heard in the past, and let's be honest; comparing albums to other albums is silly. If you have open ears and an open mind every time, you'll nearly always win.

This is a welcome addition to my album collection.

Buy it, you might like it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Genius with added guitars 30 Jan 2013
By Mr. M. A. Reed TOP 1000 REVIEWER VINE VOICE
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10 years after the last album of original material, Mike Patton-fronted Tomahawk come back from suspended animation - a lacklustre 2007 LP of covers of Native Indian Anthems aside - with what I could politely call a return to form : "Oddfellows" is a worthy successor, and also, it's about time Patton played this one of his many strengths, a voice like Herecules, and melodic control that crushes so many of his once-peers in the trampled mud of their own mediocrity. Which is another way of saying Patton has an amazing vocal range and ability, and here he uses it to the full.

It's a welcome return : 2003's "Mit Gas" was easily the best Patton LP in recent years and this is just as good. It lacks the crazed, bulging-eye silliness of the "Crank 2 : High Voltage" soundtrack, but makes up for it in dense songwriting, deft arrangement, and a more hooks than a pirate film. The album doesn't so much roar, as lurk, where the space between the songs is as potent as the unseen in a horror film, where, like the pause in Metallica's "Sad But True", some of the heaviest silence in musical history. On "Stone Letter", and "White Hat/Black Hat", Pattons voice - an instrument in itself - becomes the sound of a thousand melodies fighting with themselves. Which is a way of saying the huge, multi-layered song weaves guitars, vocals, and rhythms to a dense and satisfying conclusion.

The flipside of this is that sometimes Tomahawk do understated : "A Thousand Eyes" is all spindly guitars and hushed vocals - but before long it's back to the kind of literate, noisy rubbish that Tomahawk do better than anyone else. "South Paw" is a glorious bag of angry cats being thrown stairs whilst someone listens to a Ramones rehearsal on a cheap tape deck.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Pattonmania 11 April 2014
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I liked him since Faith No More days. All of Tomahawks albums are worth it. Long delivery ( cd comes from states) but perfect condition. I do recommend.
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