Talk:Irony Is a Dead Scene
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|It says: his is probably their most progressive and experimental release - using the vocal range of Mike Patton and the technical profficiency of Ben Weinman and Chris Pennie to create a sound never before heard in the hardcore community. A great way to explain this album would be the brains of Mike Patton mixed with the broan of Dillinger.
It should be noted that at least two of the songs out of the 4 were written with original singer Dmitri, and therefore had no actual input from Mike Patton. Therefore this paragraph is problematic. The songs are: "When Good Dogs Do Bad Things" and "Hollywood Squares", and can be heard with original singer Dmitri singing during the band's Peel Sessions. Other than that, "Come to Daddy" is an Aphex Twin cover.
Being a fan of Mike Patton I'm always happy to give him compliments, but in this case give Dmitri credit when credit's due.
Last edited at 22:47, 7 October 2007 (UTC). Substituted at 19:07, 29 April 2016 (UTC)