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1. Flashback
2. 101 North
3. Point And Click
4. God Hates A Coward
5. POP 1
6. Sweet Smell Of Success
7. Sir Yes Sir
8. Jockstrap
9. Cul De Sac
10. Malocchio
11. Honeymoon
12. Laredo
13. Narcosis

Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 30, 2001)
  • Original Release Date: 2001
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Ipecac Recordings
  • ASIN: B00005QX0C
  • Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (99 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #66,268 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Mud Pyramid on October 31, 2001
Format: Audio CD
I realize this is Duane Denison's (Jesus Lizard and Hank III) baby, but when Mike Patton (Faith no More, Mr. Bungle, Fantomas, Lovage, Peeping Tom, etc.,) is involved with anything...it's hard to ignore him. This may be Patton's most accessible project in a long time. It still has those incredible twists and turns all Patton fans have come to expect. To be quite honest, I don't know much about Denison, John Stanier (Helmet) or Kevin Rutmanis (Melvins), but after hearing this incredible disc I must come to the conclusion this is a pro bowl band.
The stand out songs are 101 North, POP 1, and God Hates a Coward. The album is a perfect vehicle for Patton's dynamic vocal range, and the music Denison arranged is perfect!!!
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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on October 31, 2001
Format: Audio CD
First a little information for the people who don't know. Tomahawk is the new band consisting of Mike Patton, Duane Denison, Kevin Rutmanis, and John Stanier. Also, I'll post the track list:
1. Flashback 2. 101 North 3. Point and Click 4. God Hates a Coward 5. POP 1 6. Sweet Smell of Success 7. Sir Yes Sir 8. Jockstrap 9. Cul de Sac 10. Malocchio 11. Honeymoon 12. Laredo 13. Narcosis
Any fan of Patton will definently want to pick this up as well as fans of bungle. Unfortunently there isn't as many crazy tempo changes as bungle but its definently nice to hear Patton singing full songs again. Adventurous FNM fans should look into this title but be warned that it is not quite as listener friendly. If you love FNM and hate bungle, you might do well to wait for Peeping Tom. Personal favorites on the disc are: Laredo, God Hates a Coward, and Sweet Smell of Success. But the whole cd is fantastic. Good Job Patton!
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By PolesApart on February 23, 2004
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What people don't seem to realize is that Patton knows exactly what he is doing at all times. It doesn't matter if his style changes dramatically because that is what he is all about! He is about proving to all of the meatballs out there that he can do whatever the hell he wants to do, and can do it just as well if not ten times better than anyone who picks a single genre of music and sticks to it. I can listen to everything he has ever taken part in - even the weird stuff like Maldoror - because I trust him. You should too - you'll be in good hands. Tomahawk's self titled debut is some of the most original stuff I've ever heard - and hes not afraid to sing nicely along with his gruff and spastic voice. The band backing him is equally amazing as always - Patton wouldn't work with crap players. Tomahawk is mainly guitarist Duane Denison's band, and he is prodigal as well. Some of my favorites include "Point and CLick", "Pop1" and "101 North". If you're not an ignorant, one-sided meathead, you WILL like this album.
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Troy on November 3, 2001
Format: Audio CD
Mike Patton didn't lie when he said that Tomahawk would carry on the legacy of Faith No More. I thought there was no way that any band, no matter how talented, could come close to matching what Faith No More did; especially with just one album; but Tomahawk has. After hearing "Flashback", I couldn't say I was overly impressed. It has some great speed changes, but overall doesn't match up to the rest of the album. "101 North" absolutely blew me away. Duane Denison's, of Jesus Lizard, indie rock riffery fits perfectly with Patton's deep throated whispers. Patton's maniacal vocal-style changes are just as good as ever. "Point and Click" introduces us to Kevin Rutmanis', of The Melvins and Cows, catchy licks. "God Hates a Coward" builds up amazingly with Duane, Kevin, and Mike working together perfectly. It then enters the beautiful chorus of Mike's dark whispers. Duane, who wrote most if not all of the album, decides to pull a trickster move. The first four songs were, for the most part, upbeat and hard. This is when I would expect a slow rock ballad. "POP 1" did not fulfill my suspicions. Starting out sounding exactly what I expected it to sound like, it then popped out a bass intro. Then, like a sweeping tornado, came a heavy load of blistering screams, thrashy riffs, and pounding drums. I couldn't help but laugh when I figured out what Patton was screaming. Referring to the dull and boring mainstream music of today, he screams "This beat could win me a Grammy!". "Sweet Smell of Sucess" then satisfies my extreme thirst for a mellow song.Read more ›
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By "drumb" on January 9, 2003
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For fans of the legendary Faith No More who are beginning to miss the more straightforward side of the chameleon-esque Mike Patton, the genius singer/composer is finally making a triumphant return to his hard rock roots with his latest Ipecac signed super-group. Following in the footsteps of his still fresh Fantomas ensemble, Patton's newest band Tomahawk gathers some of the greatest veterans in Noise rock from all corners of the world. Uniting the earth shaking propulsions of Kevin Rutmanis (The Cows, The Melvins), the rhythmic guitar blasts of Duanne Dennsion (Jesus Lizard, Hank Williams III, Dennison-Kimball Trio, Firewater), and the bone crunching blows of John Stanier (Helmet), Patton has at his command quite an arsenal of earsplitting talent. The results however are far from being all muscle and might. Yes, there is still plenty of heaviness a la The Melvins and more than enough of Dennison's mathematical destruction to satisfy even the most rabid of Jesus Lizard fans, but the noise is carefully kept in check with the actual songwriting always staying in the forefront of the artists' minds. Instead of simply opening the floodgates for a torrent of sound, Patton and co. release a balanced hurricane that sets all of the tense riffs and fierce vocals atop a flowing wave of smooth, crooning melodies. This careful balance of calculated noise and downright poppy song structures are the key to Tomahawk's ingenuity. Most importantly though, Tomahawk's debut marks a turning point in Mike Patton's career.Read more ›
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