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  • Audio CD (March 10, 1998)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Interscope Records
  • ASIN: B0000061QC
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (74 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #12,506 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. I Am A Pig
2. Stutter Kiss
3. Water's Leaking
4. My Ceiling's Low
5. Leave Me Alone
6. If
7. Deep In The Ground
8. Hey, Sha La La
9. Wake Up
10. Gimp
11. Bed Of Rust

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Ironically, Judas Priest's replacement lead singer, Tim Owens, sounds more like the original vocal Priest, Rob Halford, than Halford himself does on Voyeurs, the first record by his band Two, which features Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails. Discarding his piercing scream, Halford sings complete melodies that vary in tone from plaintive to mildly annoyed. What really defines Two, however, is Reznor's mechanical manipulations, which convert mainstream metal and alternative numbers into haunting, cybernetic vistas. When he's working with the band's best material, Voyeurs is electrifying, but when the band lapses into autopilot, even Reznor can't save Two from sounding like Stabbing Westward. --Jon Wiederhorn

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Ironically, Judas Priest's replacement lead singer, Tim Owens, sounds more like the original vocal Priest, Rob Halford, than Halford himself does on Voyeurs, the first record by his band Two, which features Trent Reznor of Nine Inch Nails. Discarding his piercing scream, Halford sings complete melodies that vary in tone from plaintive to mildly annoyed. What really defines Two, however, is Reznor's mechanical manipulations, which convert mainstream metal and alternative numbers into haunting, cybernetic vistas. When he's working with the band's best material, Voyeurs is electrifying, but when the band lapses into autopilot, even Reznor can't save Two from sounding like Stabbing Westward. --Jon Wiederhorn

Customer Reviews

Rob Halford rules!
"Leather Rebel"
Back to the album, although I do like to give this album an occaisional listen, it still seems like Rob is just not really enjoying the music he is making.
Aaron G. Rhoads
This album is an interesting melange of industrial reconstructions of decapitated metal and alternative grooves.
Ilker Yucel (oyucel@annapolis.net)

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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By "Leather Rebel" on February 16, 2000
Format: Audio CD
When I first heard the song I Am A Pig on the radio two years ago, I was totally shocked when I found out it was Rob Halford on the vocals. I was a little skeptical as well. Eight months afer it's release I finally took a risk and went out and bought it. I played it now and then but it mostly sat on the shelf for the first two months. Then it just started growing on me. I now listen to it almost everyday! Voyeurs is now my ultimate favorite album of the 90's. Rob Halford writes such awesome lyrics it's unreal. Whenever I put this album on I put my thinking cap on as well. These are some of the best songs that Rob has ever written lyrically. They really make you think hard. Everytime out too I still find new meanings to these songs on Voyeurs. It's incredible! I love this album despite the fact that it isn't metal and that he doesn't use his famous high octane vocals. It doesn't matter to me how the man sings. He is awesome no matter what he sings! Rob Halford rules! Plain and simple! I am proud to say that I have been an ardent fan of Rob's for 15 years now and still counting! ALL HAIL THE METAL GOD ROB HALFORD!
Favorite songs on the disc include: Bed of Rust, Ceiling's Low, I am a Pig, Gimp and Wake Up.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Andrew on January 19, 2000
Format: Audio CD
This CD is one of the best Halford realeses. It sounds like mixed (Manson, Fight,Orbital). It gives possibilities to find more modern sounds. The best example of non-traditional mixes. This CD is still very fresh and interesting for fans, proffessionals and all modern society. Enjoy it! Porokh
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Joshua Miller VINE VOICE on February 22, 2006
Format: Audio CD
Here's something I found strange. We have Rob Halford, the famous frontman of Judas Priest in a band called Two. He's signed to Trent Reznor's record label "Nothing." His guitar player is John Lowery who once played with David Lee Roth (on the album "DLR Band") and then Marilyn Manson (as John5). Oh and his voice is almost unrecognizable. That's a complaint I see frequently in the reviews for this album and I want to say...Halford has always been pretty good at changing what his voice sounds like. Listen to the songs "Hellbent for Leather," "Breaking the Law," and "You've Got Another Thing Comin'" and listen to how different his voice sounds in each song. Well, anyways...This album, to me, sounded like Nine Inch Nails material (without the main topic of "sex") as far as music, and occasionally lyrically it did too. That combined with Lowery's ace guitar playing and Halford's sometimes creepy vocals make this album a little different than other material you've previously heard but just as good. Don't hesitate to listen to this album or even buy it for that matter. This CD is awesome.

1. I Am a Pig-5/5-The vocals don't sound that much like Rob Halford, this song is awesome. The song is pretty catchy and his voice does sound good. The beat is very cool as well.

2. Stutter Kiss-4/5-This song is pretty good, but could've been shorter.

3. Water's Leaking-5/5-This song is awesome. Halford sings some of the lines in a way that struck me as annoying, but looking past that...

4. My Ceiling's Low-5/5-Despite the strange title, this song is great.

5. Leave Me Alone-5/5-Another good song. Certain lyrics seem to pertain to the fact that he's gay. And if I'm not mistaken, he did come out just around the time this album came out.

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Tilak Jacob on March 9, 2000
Format: Audio CD
I've grown up listening to Judas Priest and rate Rob Halford as one of the finest classical heavy metal singers. This album is an interesting experiment of Techno and distilled Heavy Metal. While not as heavy as the Priest's `Defenders of the Faith' or `Pain Killer' or what Rob did with Fight - `War of Words', its definitely worth listening to. `ONE UP' to Halford for deviating from the norm and trying something new out. You got to listen to it a couple of times for it to strike you that its actually Halford. Ha!ha! No high pitched screams but still check it out...........
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By R. Griffiths on November 11, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Sounds great with Rob's work mixed with Trents work. This album is great. The lyrics are straight to your face and heavy with a sort of industrial backbeat that carries the songs through. Pick this album up if you like Halford. He has yet, to record an album that is not worthy in my book.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 31, 1998
Format: Audio CD
Rob Halford has not recreated "Screaming For Vengeance", and this is not a new version of "Painkiller". Halford has decided to stretch out and try a few new sounds. And he succeeds in doing so. He has inlisted the help of some of the most creative people in music today to help him pull it off. After 3 decades of producing music, and achieving huge success with Judas Priest, how can you blame Halford for trying something new. And he gives the current crop of metal/industrial bands a run for their money. Voyeurs has some great songs, and some that are just alright. If Halford folds, because fans want him to make a "Jugulator" album, lets hope not, but at least he gave it a shot trying to grow as a musician.
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful By L Salisbury on March 18, 2005
Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
Judging from all the previous reviews posted here the Judas Priest/Mine Inch Nails/ Marilyn Manson colaberation is considered one of metal's biggest mistakes along with Metallica's "St. Anger", Celtic Frost's "Cold Lake", KISS' "Elder",Zeppelin's "Presence" and any Black Sabbath album withOUT Ozzy or Dio. And on its late 90s release it did lay an egg (the 90s weren't a good decade for metal anyway). But, since the idea of Rob Halford, John 5 and Trent Reznor working together did sound interesting (if not good) and, more importantly. since most Amazon marketplace dealers are unloading it for only 18 cents(!!!), I figured I'd give it a try. Guess what? I LIKED IT! Granted this is not metal's great lost album and it does seem to run out of gas near the end but I have found myself listening to it more than I expected to. Best songs: "stutter kiss" and "deep in the ground". And since most dealers here still have it for 18 cents whaddaya got to loose?
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