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Peeping Tom is the only studio album by American band Peeping Tom. It was released by Ipecac Recordings on May 30, 2006. It peaked at number 103 on the Billboard 200 chart. In 2000, Mike Patton conceived Peeping Tom. It is a tribute to Michael Powell's 1960 film Peeping Tom. The album was created by swapping song files through the mail with collaborators such as Norah Jones, Kool Keith, and Massive Attack, among others. It took almost six years to complete the album.
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Peeping Tom is the debut studio album by American band Peeping Tom. It was released May 30, 2006 through Mike Patton's record label Ipecac Recordings The album, and the band associated with it, is named after Michael Powell's 1960 film Peeping Tom, of which Patton has mentioned being a fa. .
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Unfortunately, Peeping Tom, a project that's been six years in the making, is less a display of Patton's remarkable range and eclecticism and more a display of Patton's remarkable lack of aesthetic restraint. In short: the guy, bless his heart, is just trying too hard. Kicking off the album with a quartet of turgid tunes does this record no favors. A gong crash introduces "Five Seconds", which tries to pull off the well-worn soft/loud rock trick. However, it can't find solid footing to bridge Patton's crooned verses and his shrill, sped-up chorus.