Mike Patton discography

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Mike Patton discography

Mike Patton, performing for the Mondo Cane album in 2007.
Releases
Studio albums 24
Live albums 2
Compilation albums 7
EPs 1
Singles 15
Video albums 15
Music videos 19
Soundtracks 4
Tribute and cover albums 0
Other appearances 59
Official demos 4

Mike Patton is an American singer and songwriter. He is best known for providing lead vocals for Faith No More along with Mr. Bungle, Fantômas, Peeping Tom, Tomahawk, Lovage and more. In addition to recording and working with these bands, he has also been involved in many side projects and collaborations. Patton is most frequently known as a vocalist, but has also produced, played various musical instruments, has composed soundtracks, done voice over work and has done some acting.

Patton's first recordings were demo tapes made while in high school as part of his band Mr. Bungle; the first, The Raging Wrath of the Easter Bunny was released in 1986. On the strength of these demo tapes, Patton was invited to sing vocals for rock band Faith No More. His first album for Faith No More, The Real Thing, was nominated for a Grammy Award and it contained the band's most successful single to date, "Epic".

Having gained fame with Faith No More, Mr. Bungle were signed to Warner Bros. Records. Their self-titled debut, although focusing on heavy metal, featured an eclectic mix of funk, free jazz, circus music and various other genres mixed with numerous samples, was released in 1991. The following year saw the release of Faith No More's next album, Angel Dust, the first Patton had musical influence on. It is Faith No More's most successful album to date and is widely considered to be the band's magnum opus.

In 1995, Patton released three albums—King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime with Faith No More, which also saw the release of three singles; Disco Volante with Mr. Bungle; and Elegy with John Zorn, performing vocals all three. He has worked to a consistently busy schedule since, releasing music under different projects and in a variety of different styles such as crooning, falsetto, death growls, rapping, chanting, mouth music, beatboxing and scatting, among others; leading critic Greg Prato call Patton "one of the most versatile and talented singers in rock music".[1]

On April 1, 1999, Patton co-founded the independent record label Ipecac Recordings with Greg Werckman. He has released most of his subsequent output on that label. His directorial debut was in 1993, with an abstract film titled Video Macumba. His first solo album, Adult Themes for Voice, was released in 1996. His first role as actor was in the 2004 film Firecracker. He has released 30 studio albums, 2 EPs, 5 live albums, 15 video albums, composed 2 soundtracks and has made more than 60 other appearances, ranging from providing vocals for single tracks to producer on multi-disc box sets. He has worked with such artists as Sepultura, Dan the Automator, John Zorn, The Dillinger Escape Plan, The X-Ecutioners, Merzbow, John Kaada, The Melvins, Dub Trio, Björk, Zu and many more.

Faith No More[edit]

Further information: Faith No More and Faith No More discography

Studio albums[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions Certifications
(sales thresholds)
US [2] AUS [3] AUT [4] FIN [5] FRA [6] GER [7] NLD [8] NOR [9] NZ [10] SWE [11] SWI [12] UK [13]
1989 The Real Thing
  • Released: July 3, 1989
  • Label: Slash (#9 25878-2)
11 2 16 48 38 30 US: Platinum[14]
UK: Silver[15]
CAN: Platinum[16]
1992 Angel Dust
  • Released: June 8, 1992
  • Label: Slash (#9 26785-2)
10 4 4 5 4 8 22 7 6 18 9 2 US: Gold[14]
UK: Silver[15]
CAN: Platinum[16]
1995 King for a Day... Fool for a Lifetime
  • Released: March 25, 1995
  • Label: Slash (#9 45723-2)
31 2 9 2 8 8 6 3 5 7 5 UK: Gold[15]
1997 Album of the Year
  • Released: June 3, 1997
  • Label: Slash (#9 46629-2)
41 1 5 4 17 2 31 5 1 11 16 7 AUS: Platinum[17]
"—" denotes albums that were released but did not chart.

Live albums[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions
AUS [3] UK [13]
1991 Live at the Brixton Academy
  • Released: February 4, 1991
  • Label: Slash (#828 238-2)
93 20

Singles[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions Album
US
[18]
US Main US Mod AUS
[3]
AUT
[4]
FIN
[5]
FRA
[6]
NLD
[8]
NOR
[9]
NZ
[10]
SWE
[11]
SWI
[12]
UK
[13][19]
1989 "From Out of Nowhere" 83 23 The Real Thing
1990 "Epic" (US:Gold)[20] 9 25 2 1 2 25
"Falling to Pieces" 92 28 12 26 16 41
1992 "Midlife Crisis" 32 1 31 9 32 10 Angel Dust
"A Small Victory" 11 84 29
"Everything's Ruined" 63 28
1993 "Easy" 58 1 10 2 6 11 9 3
"Another Body Murdered"[nb 1] 41 26 Judgment Night
1995 "Digging the Grave" 12 23 11 16 39 16 King for a Day...
Fool for a Lifetime
"Ricochet" 58 27
"Evidence" 27 42 38 32
1997 "Ashes to Ashes" 23 8 7 14 39 50 15 Album of the Year
"Last Cup of Sorrow" 14 66 32 51
"Stripsearch" 83
1998 "This Town Ain't Big Enough for Both of Us"[nb 2] 69 7 40 Plagiarism
"I Started a Joke" 58 38 49 Who Cares a Lot?
2014 "Motherfucker" Untitled
"—" denotes singles that were released but did not chart.

Music videos[edit]

Year Title Director[21]
1989 "From Out of Nowhere"[nb 3] Doug Freel
1990 "Epic"[nb 3] Ralph Ziman
"Falling to Pieces"[nb 3]
"Surprise! You're Dead!"[nb 3] Billy Gould
1992 "Midlife Crisis"[nb 3] Kevin Kerslake
"A Small Victory"[nb 3] Marcus Nispel
"Everything's Ruined"[nb 3] Kevin Kerslake
"Easy"[nb 3] Barry McGuire
1993 "Another Body Murdered"[nb 1][nb 4] Marcus Raboy
1995 "Digging the Grave"[nb 5]
"Ricochet"[nb 4] Alex Hemming
"Evidence"[nb 5] Walter A. Stern
1997 "Ashes to Ashes"[nb 5] Tim Royes
"Last Cup of Sorrow"[nb 5] Joseph Kahn
"Stripsearch"[nb 5] Philip Stolzl
1998 "I Started a Joke"[nb 5] Vito Rocco

Compilations[edit]

Year Title Peak chart positions Certifications
AUS
[3]
AUT
[4]
NOR
[9]
NZ
[10]
UK
[13][22]
1998 Who Cares a Lot?
  • Released: November 24, 1998
  • Label: Slash, London (#556 052-2) (#556057-2)
  • Label: Slash, Reprise (#9 47149-2)
4 46 26 10 37 AUS: Platinum[23]
UK: Silver[15]
2003 This Is It: The Best of Faith No More
  • Released: January 28, 2003
  • Label: Rhino, WEA (#R2 76099)
2005 Epic and Other Hits
2006 The Platinum Collection
  • Released: January 10, 2006
  • Label: Warner Bros. (#5101-11734-2)
38
2008 The Works
  • Released: March 31, 2008
  • Label: Rhino (#5144-27750-2)
2009 The Very Best Definitive Ultimate Greatest Hits Collection
  • Released: June 8, 2009
  • Label: Rhino
37
2010 Midlife Crisis: The Very Best of Faith No More
  • Released: September 20, 2010
  • Label: Music Club Deluxe
"—" denotes albums that were released but did not chart.

Other appearances[edit]

Year Title Format Notes
1991 Bill & Ted's Bogus Journey: Music from the Motion Picture Soundtrack Features "The Perfect Crime"
1993 Judgment Night Soundtrack Features "Another Body Murdered" (collaboration with Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E.)
1995 Metallurgy, Vol. 1 Misc. compilation Features "Engove (Caffeine)"
1998 Plagiarism Album by Sparks Featured on "This Town Ain't Big Enough For The Both Of Us" and "Something For The Girl With Everything"
1998 Du riechst so gut '98 EP by Rammstein Features a Faith No More remix of "Du Riechst So Gut"

Videography[edit]

Year Title
1990 You Fat Bastards: Live at the Brixton Academy
  • Released: August 20, 1990
  • Label: Slash
  • US certification: Gold[14]
1993 Video Croissant
  • Released: February 2, 1993
  • Label: Slash, Warner Bros.
1999 Who Cares a Lot: Greatest Videos
  • Released: February 23, 1999
  • Label: Slash, Reprise, Rhino
2006 You Fat Bastards/Who Cares a Lot
  • Released: May 23, 2006
  • Label: Slash, Reprise, Rhino

Mr. Bungle[edit]

Further information: Mr. Bungle

Studio albums[edit]

Year Album details Peak chart positions
US
[24]
US
Heat.

[24]
US
Ind.

[24]
AUS
[25]
NOR
[26]
UK
[27]
1991 Mr. Bungle _ _ _ _ _ _
1995 Disco Volante
  • Released: October 15, 1995
  • Label: Warner Bros.
  • Format: CD
113 4 _ _ _ _
1999 California
  • Released: July 13, 1999
  • Label: Warner Bros.
  • Format: CD
144 7 _ _ _ _
"—" denotes a release that did not chart.

Single[edit]

Year Title Album
1991 "Quote Unquote" Mr. Bungle
1995 "Platypus" Disco Volante

Music video[edit]

Year Title Album
1991 "Quote Unquote" Mr. Bungle

Demos[edit]

Year Title Notes
1986 The Raging Wrath of the Easter Bunny
1987 Bowel of Chiley unofficially re-released in 1991 and 1997 as Bowl of Chiley.
1988 Goddammit I Love America!
1989 OU818 unofficially re-released as "Excrement (The Lost Demos)".

Compilations/Other[edit]

Year Title Format Notes
1992 Mi Stroke Il Cigaretto Live EP Vinyl 7-inch featuring "The Stroke" and a collage of "Dead Good" and "The Thing Strikes"

from a show in Chicago, Illinois on March 26, 1992. Semi-bootleg limited to 500 copies. Sold at the 1995 shows.

Soil X Samples 6 Warner Bros. Records promo 7" vinyl Features Sudden Death.
1994 Trademark Of Quality Warner Bros. Records promo CD Features Raping Your Mind.
2002 D.R.I. Tribute - We Don't Need Society! Dirty Rotten Imbeciles tribute album Features a cover of I Don't Need Society

Fantômas[edit]

Mike Patton performing with Fantômas in Norway (2005)
Further information: Fantômas

Studio albums[edit]

Year Album details Peak chart positions
US
[24]
US
Heat.

[24]
US
Ind.

[24]
AUS
[25]
FRA
[28]
SWE
[29]
1999 Fantômas
  • Released: April 26, 1999
  • Label: Ipecac (1)
  • Format: CD
2001 The Director's Cut
  • Released: July 9, 2001
  • Label: Ipecac (17)
  • Format: CD
30 18
2004 Delìrium Còrdia
  • Released: January 27, 2004
  • Label: Ipecac (45)
  • Format: CD
183 7[30] 7 118
2005 Suspended Animation
  • Released: June 14, 2005
  • Label: Ipecac (65)
  • Format: CD
153 7[31] 12 49 129 43
"—" denotes a release that did not chart.

Live albums[edit]

Year Album details US
Heat.
US
Ind.
[24]
2002 Millennium Monsterwork 2000 [nb 6]
  • Released: April 1, 2002
  • Label: Ipecac (19)
  • Format: CD
45[32] 21
2011 The Director's Cut: A New Year's Revolution
  • Released: September 6, 2011
  • Label: Ipecac (129)
  • Format: digital download

Split albums[edit]

Year Album details
2005 Animali in Calore Surriscaldati con Ipertermia Genitale/Cat in Red (with Melt-Banana)
  • Released: August 2005
  • Label: Unhip (5)
  • Format: Picture mini-CD, LP

Box sets[edit]

Year Album details Notes
2014 Wunderkammer Includes the following albums on vinyl:
  • Fantômas
  • The Director's Cut
  • Delìrium Còrdia
  • Suspended Animation

Includes the following on cassette:

  • A copy of Mike Patton's Fantômas demo tape.[33]

Videography[edit]

Year Album details
2008 Live from London 2006[nb 6]
  • Released: August 26, 2008
  • Label: Ipecac (102)
  • Format: DVD
2011 The Director's Cut Live: A New Year's Revolution
  • Released: September 6, 2011
  • Label: Ipecac (129)
  • Format: DVD

Other appearances[edit]

Year Title Format Notes
1998 Great Jewish Music: Marc Bolan Misc. Compilation Features Chariot Choogle
2002 Wanna Buy a Monkey? Album by Dan the Automator Features Fantômas music on Intro
2003 The Unknown Masada Misc. Compilation Features Zemaraim
2005 Who Is It/Where Is The Line Mixes 12" Vinyl Single by Björk Features a Fantômas remix of Where Is The Line

Tomahawk[edit]

Mike Patton performing with Tomahawk
Further information: Tomahawk

Studio albums[edit]

Year Album details Peak chart positions
US
[24]
US
Heat.

[24]
US
Ind.

[24]
AUS
[25]
NOR
[26]
UK
[27]
2001 Tomahawk
  • Released: October 30, 2001
  • Label: Ipecac (18)
  • Format: CD
31[34] 20 37
2003 Mit Gas
  • Released: May 6, 2003
  • Label: Ipecac (40)
  • Format: CD
137 3[35] 7 28 17 98
2007 Anonymous
  • Released: June 19, 2007
  • Label: Ipecac (89)
  • Format: CD
158 2[36] 12 32 31
2013 Oddfellows
  • Released: January 29, 2013
  • Label: Ipecac
69 - 9 - - -
"—" denotes a release that did not chart.

Singles[edit]

Year Title Album
2007 "Sun Dance" Anonymous
2012 "Stone Letter" Oddfellows
2014 "M.E.A.T." Unreleased tracks from Oddfellows

Box sets[edit]

Year Set details
2012 Eponymous To Anonymous
  • Released: April 21, 2012
  • Label: Ipecac (135)
  • Format: 3XLP

Music videos[edit]

Year Title Album
2003 "Rape This Day" Mit Gas
2012 "Stone Letter" Oddfellows
2013 "Oddfellows" Oddfellows

Peeping Tom[edit]

Mike Patton performing with Peeping Tom in Milan
Further information: Peeping Tom

Studio albums[edit]

Year Album details Peak chart positions
US
[24]
US
Heat.

[24]
US
Ind.

[24]
AUS
[25]
BEL (Fla)
[37]
BEL (Wal)
[38]
FIN
[39]
FRA
[28]
NOR
[26]
UK
[27]
2006 Peeping Tom
  • Released: May 30, 2006
  • Label: Ipecac (77)
  • Format: CD, LP
103 1[40] 3 12 34 86 31 115 22 136
"—" denotes a release that did not chart.

Singles[edit]

Year Single US
Alt.

[41]
Album
2006 "Mojo" 40 Peeping Tom
2007 "We're Not Alone"
"—" denotes a release that did not chart.

Music video[edit]

Year Title Album Director
2006 Mojo Peeping Tom Matt McDermitt[42]

With John Zorn[edit]

Mike Patton performing as part of the Moonchild Trio.
Further information: John Zorn

Studio albums[edit]

Year Title Format Notes
1992 Elegy Studio album by John Zorn Features Patton on vocals
1999 Taboo & Exile Studio album by John Zorn Features Patton on "Bulls-Eye"
2000 The Big Gundown Studio album by John Zorn Features Patton on "The Ballad of Hank McCain"
2001 The Gift Studio album by John Zorn Features Patton on "Bridge to the Beyond"
2002 IAO Studio album by John Zorn Features Patton on "Leviathan"
2006 The Stone: Issue One Live album by Zorn/Douglas/Patton/Laswell/Burger/Perowsky Features Patton on vocals
2011 A Dreamers Christmas Studio album by John Zorn Features Patton on "Santa Claus is Coming to Town" and "The Christmas Song"
2014 The Song Project Vinyl Singles Edition Limited edition vinyl box-set by John Zorn Features Patton's vocals on multiple tracks

Hemophiliac[edit]

Year Title Format
2002 Hemophiliac Studio album by Hemophiliac (Limited Edition of 2500 copies)
2004 50th Birthday Celebration Volume 6 Live album by Hemophiliac

Moonchild Trio[edit]

Year Title Format Notes
2006 Moonchild: Songs Without Words Album composed by John Zorn Features Patton, Joey Baron and Trevor Dunn
2006 Astronome Album composed by John Zorn Features Patton, Baron and Dunn
2007 Six Litanies for Heliogabalus Album composed by John Zorn Features Patton, Baron, Dunn and additional performers
2008 The Crucible Album composed by John Zorn Features Patton, Baron, Dunn and additional performers
2010 Ipsissimus Album composed by John Zorn Features Patton, Baron, Dunn and additional performers
2012 Templars: In Sacred Blood Album composed by John Zorn Features Patton, Baron, Dunn, John Medeski and additional performers
2014 The Last Judgment Album composed by John Zorn Features Patton, Baron, Dunn and John Medeski

Other[edit]

Year Title Format Notes
1998 Weird Little Boy Studio album by Weird Little Boy Featuring Patton on drums and vocals
2003 Voices in the Wilderness Tribute album to Masada Features Patton on "Kochot"
2005 50th Birthday Celebration Volume 12 Live album by Painkiller Features Patton on vocals
2005 Naked City: The Complete Studio Recordings Compilation album by Naked City Features Patton on "Grand Guignol (version vocale)"

Solo[edit]

Studio albums[edit]

Year Title
1996 Adult Themes for Voice
1997 Pranzo Oltranzista
2010 Mondo Cane

Film Scores[edit]

Year Title
2008 A Perfect Place
2009 Crank: High Voltage
2011 The Solitude of Prime Numbers
2013 The Place Beyond the Pines[43]

Collaborations[edit]

Albums[edit]

Year Title Artist Notes
1999 She Maldoror Collaboration album between Patton and Masami Akita (Merzbow)
2001 Music to Make Love to Your Old Lady By Lovage Dan the Automator-led project and featuring Jennifer Charles among others.
2002 Irony Is a Dead Scene The Dillinger Escape Plan This EP features Patton on main vocals, as well as percussion and samples.
2004 Romances Kaada/Patton Collaboration album with John Erik Kaada.
2005 General Patton vs. The X-Ecutioners General Patton vs. The X-Ecutioners Collaboration album with Patton and The X-Ecutioners
2012 Laborintus II Mike Patton / Ictus Ensemble Collaboration album with Patton and Ictus Ensemble
2014 Geocidal tētēma Upcoming collaboration album with Anthony Pateras
upcoming untitled Crudo Upcoming hip-hop collaboration with Dan the Automator
upcoming untitled Nevermen Upcoming collaboration featuring rapper Doseone and TV On The Radio’s Tunde Adebimpe

Videography[edit]

Year Title Artist Notes
2007 Live Kaada/Patton Performance by Patton and John Erik Kaada at the Roskilde Festival 2005

Music video[edit]

Year Title Artist Notes
2001 Book of the Month Lovage "Stroker Ace" also had a video, but did not feature Patton.

Filmography[edit]

As a musician[edit]

Year Title Artist Notes
2002 A Bookshelf on Top of the Sky: 12 Stories About John Zorn Claudia Heuermann Contains footage of Patton performing in a project with (or for) John Zorn
2004 The Inner or Deep Part of an Animal or Plant Structure Björk Shows the making of Medúlla, including parts which Patton worked on.

As talent[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1993 Video Macumba Director/Editor Short film compiled by Mike Patton containing abstract and extreme footage
2004 Wamego: Making Movies Anywhere Himself/David & Frank Documentary on the making of Firecracker
2005 Firecracker Actor (David & Frank) Feature film starring Patton in dual roles as an alcoholic brother and freak show ringleader.
2007 I Am Legend Voice Actor (Creature Vocals)
2008 Metalocalypse: Snakes 'n' Barrels II Voice Actor (Rikki Kixx)
2010 Bunraku Voice Actor (The Narrator)

As composer[edit]

These releases are Patton's work solely as composer. Soundtracks featuring Patton as a part of other bands are listed in those bands respective categories.

Year Soundtrack Film
2008 A Perfect Place: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack A Perfect Place
2009 Crank: High Voltage: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Crank: High Voltage
2010 The Solitude of Prime Numbers The Solitude of Prime Numbers
2013 The Place Beyond the Pines[43] The Place Beyond the Pines
Upcoming The Vatican Tapes The Vatican Tapes

Video Games[edit]

Year Title Role
2007 Portal Anger Core vocals
2007 The Darkness The Darkness character voice
2008 Left 4 Dead Zombie vocals
2009 Bionic Commando Nathan Spencer character voice
2009 Left 4 Dead 2 Zombie vocals
2012 The Darkness 2 The Darkness character voice
2014 The Last Of Us Infected Voices

Other appearances[edit]

Year Track With Original Release Notes
1995 Psychoanalytwist Milk Cult "Burn or Bury" Vocals
1996 All tracks Plainfield "She's Not My Daughter, She's My Wife!" Producer
Lookaway Sepultura "Roots" Vocals
1997 She's Gone Away David Slusser "Great Jewish Music: Burt Bacharach" Vocals and keyboards.
Ford Mustang Solo "Great Jewish Music: Serge Gainsbourg" Performs all vocals and all instruments on Ford Mustang
The Man in the Blue Slip, Not Your Girl Bob Ostertag "Fear No Love" Vocals
Mine, Lookaway (Master Vibe Mix) Sepultura "Blood-Rooted" Vocals
The Art Of Fist Fucking I House of Discipline "AngelicA 97" Vocals, Electronics
The Art Of Fist Fucking II
Romance For A Choking Man/Woman Marie Goyette
Cudegokalalumosospasashatetéwaot Collaboration with various artists
1998 Area 877 [Phoenix Mix] Melt-Banana "Charlie" Patton's vocals for this track have been re-sampled by Melt-Banana in other tracks. See album page for more info.
The Waste Sepultura "Against" (single) Vocals. A reworked version of Kamaitachi from the Against album. Later appeared on the 1999 "Tribus" EP
1999 Infinito Tin Hat Trio "Memory Is An Elephant" Vocals
Procura O Cara Sepultura "No Coração dos Deuses" soundtrack Vocals
Song Drape 7 "I Come" Jerry Hunt "Song Drapes" Vocals
2000 G.I. Joe Melvins "The Crybaby" Vocals, samples, guitar and percussion
Music of the Night Neil Hamburger "Great Phone Calls" Vocals
Secrets 4 Sale Kid 606 "Down with the Scene" Vocals
2002 Six Pack Mother Superior "Rise Above: 24 Black Flag Songs to Benefit the West Memphis Three" Vocals
2004 I Am The Dead, Doorway To The Sun, Innocent Eye, Crystal See, Marriage Of Days Eyvind Kang "Virginal Co Ordinates" Vocals, electronics
Pleasure Is All Mine, Where Is The Line Björk "Medúlla" Vocals. Fantômas also remix Where Is The Line on its single
Are You Down With It? Handsome Boy Modeling School "White People" Vocals
Circle A Kid606 "The End of the Fear of God" Vocals
2005 All tracks Ennio Morricone "Crime and Dissonance" Associate Producer, Ennio Morricone compilation album
Toto Angelica, It's Not My Fault Alvin Curran "Toto Angelica" Uses excerpts of Patton's Angelica Festival 1997 performance
Maritime (Mike Patton remix) Isis "Oceanic Remixes/Reinterpretations" Remixer
11th Ave Freakout Pt 2 Odd Nosdam "Burner" Vocals
Tutto Diventerà Rosso Corleone "Wei-Wu-Wei" Vocals
Koolade Team Sleep unreleased Vocals. Previously titled Kool-Aid Party, intended for the Team Sleep album, but unreleased.
Mine (Andy Wallace Mix) Sepultura "Roots (25th Anniversary Reissue)" Vocals
2006 Long Vein of the Voice Subtle "Wishingbone" Vocals
Not Alone Dub Trio "New Heavy" Vocals. Re-titled We're Not Alone as a remix on the Peeping Tom album.
Ballad of a Thin Man Jamie Saft Trio "Trouble – The Jamie Saft Trio Plays Bob Dylan" Vocals
Julia Carla Hassett "Quero Saber" Vocals. Cover of The Beatles' song of the same name
2007 Andegavanses, Rabianara, Inquisitio, Lamentatio, Aquilas Eyvind Kang "Athlantis" Vocals
How to Vibrate (Remix by Mike Patton) Foetus "Vein" Remixer
2008 No Flag Dub Trio "Another Sound Is Dying" Vocals
Larynx Praxis "Profanation (Preparation for a Coming Darkness)" Vocals
Dracula Cha Cha The Tango Saloon "Transylvania" Vocals
Fire - Ikuma Tagaq "Auk/Blood" Vocals
Bird's Eye Serj Tankian and Marc Streitenfeld "Bird's Eye (single)" Vocals. Recorded for the film Body of Lies. Released as a single, but not on the soundtrack.
2009 Soulympics, Orc Zu "Carboniferous" Vocals
Lost Weekend Qemists "Join The Q" Vocals. Remixes include "Hot Pink Delorean Remix", "Killer on the Dancefloor Remix", "The Qemists Got Your Money Remix" and a radio edit.
Atlas Face Umläut "Umläut" Vocals
Unbalanced Pieces Soulsavers "Broken" Backing Vocals
2010 Unknown tracks Alan Moore & Mitch Jenkins "Unearthing Box Set" Patton contributes to the score
Did You Miss Me & September Song (live) The Young Gods with the Lausanne Sinfonietta "20th Anniversary Show - Montreux Jazz Festival" Vocals
2011 Catch My Heart Bohren & der Club of Gore "Beileid" Vocals
Planemo The Book of Knots "Garden of Fainting Stars" Vocals
Putting On The Blitz Ben Watkins unreleased Vocals. Featured in the closing credits of the film Bunraku.
2012 La Chanson de Jacky Secret Chiefs 3 "La Chanson de Jacky/The Western Exile 7" Vocals
Prairie Fire Guano Padano "2" Vocals
Used To Think Pillowfight "Pillowfight" Vocals
2013 City Rising From the Ashes Deltron 3030 "Deltron 3030: Event II" Vocals
La Chanson de Jacky Secret Chiefs 3 "Book Of Souls: Folio A" Vocals
Kostnice The Orchestra Of Futurist Noise Intoners "The Orchestra Of Futurist Noise Intoners (A Performa Comission)" Composition
2014 Put Your Head Down Got a Girl "I Love You But I Must Drive Off This Cliff Now" Vocals

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Collaboration with Boo-Yaa T.R.I.B.E.; guitar by Billy Gould
  2. ^ Collaboration with Sparks
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h Video appears on Video Croissant (1993); Who Cares a Lot: Greatest Videos (1998) and Live at the Brixton Academy, London: You Fat Bastards/Who Cares a Lot?: The Greatest Videos (2006)
  4. ^ a b Video has not appeared in any official release.
  5. ^ a b c d e f Video appears on Who Cares a Lot: Greatest Videos (1998) and Live at the Brixton Academy, London: You Fat Bastards/Who Cares a Lot?: The Greatest Videos (2006)
  6. ^ a b Collaboration with The Melvins, credited as The Fantômas/Melvins Big Band.

References[edit]

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