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Adult Themes For Voice
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What it is, is not what I would consider music but experimentation in sound and noise. For someone to describe this as experimental music or stretching the boundaries of music, you may as well describe every day sounds as music. And they're simply not. Music has rhythm, melody, harmony and composition. "Adult Themes for Voice" has none of these things. It is literally experimentation with sound.
Traditional music fans and fans of Mike Patton's previous work, in particular Faith No More and his latest project, Peeping Tom, would very unlikely enjoy this, especially if you're expecting a solo music album. Sound engineers, music students and those into noise will lap it up.
I rated this as two stars simply because it does not appeal. To give it one star would be unfair as it just isn't "my bag" but may well suit those into noise and experimental sound/audio perfectly. I can't imagine an occasion when I would sit and listen to this album - it's not sound to put on in the background nor something I could work to, although It's obvious that this album isn't for those occasions. I'm not sure I could spend the 44 minutes purely listening to this album either. I'm simply uninterested in listening in sound experimentation.
Ignore the 5 star reviews, the kind of person that rates this album highly probably listens in wonderment to the sounds of their own flatulence.
In a nutshell, this is 44 minutes of a grown man making stupid noises with his mouth and giving the resulting drivel titles like "A Smile, A Slap in the Face, A Fart, A Kiss on the Mouth".
If three quarters of an hour of distorted, non-musical screeching, laughing and blowing raspberries appeals to you by all means buy this album. Personally, I have a young child who makes all sorts of gurgling and squelching noises for free, but I can't see him being hailed as a musical genius unlike Mike Patton.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Some classify this music in noise, and yet I think it is quite something else. It uses some noise, produced by instruments or not, distorts it in order to create a shrill universe... Read morePublished on 29 Mar. 2007 by Dr Jacques COULARDEAU
This album is recorded using a 'TASCAM 4 - Track Portastudio', that may mean something more to technology fans, but to me it means 43 minutes of manical vocals provided by Mike... Read morePublished on 12 Jan. 2007 by C. Langham-fitt
The emporer's new clothes on vinyl. Mike Patton at his most ludicrous and self indulgent. An album full of atonal, non musical grunts, groans, whistles and other nonsense. Read morePublished on 5 Aug. 2006 by Seamus Spong