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Cottage Wonder";p="872156 wrote:don't be hatin, im just glad patton's not pissing me off
fantastic....:roll:
Cottage Wonder";p="872156 wrote:i thought he was on a path straight to hell, but this album shows me that isn't true, he's still got some goodness in him


so yer still hanging in there just incase he decides to use it later?......now i hear yah......ok, .....i guess :|

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May 3 2007 6:01 AM EDT

Tomahawk Actually Starting To Sound Like An American-Indian Band

Group consumed buffalo and whiskey 'to get in the mood,' guitarist Duane Denison says.
By Chris Harris

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Several years ago, while touring the nation's casinos and reservations with honky-punk hellion Hank Williams III, Tomahawk guitarist Duane Denison discovered American Indian music. And no, he wasn't impressed with what he heard.

"I got to see a lot of current American-Indian bands, and to be honest, I was usually just sort of disappointed at how normal they sounded," explained Denison, best known for his work with the now-defunct Jesus Lizard. "They were playing like, country or country rock, Southern rock, blues, and it seemed just far more mainstream than what I'd hoped. I figured there must be native music somewhere that was more aggressive, spookier and more kinetic."

So, Denison began doing research on ancestral music created by North America's indigenous people. Eventually he came across some books — dating back to Theodore Roosevelt's presidency — that contained transcriptions of several American Indian tunes, but no information concerning the songs' composers.

"When we were throwing concepts around for the third Tomahawk album, I liked the idea of taking older music from unknown sources and putting our own stamp on it," he said. The forthcoming Tomahawk LP, due in stores June 19, is appropriately titled Anonymous. "It sounded like an interesting, unusual and different idea, and I didn't feel we were plundering anyone. It wasn't like we were stealing from some blues guys or something, because as far as I know, this stuff's never been recorded. I brought the idea to the rest of the guys, and there was no warming up to it. It was pretty immediate. [Frontman Mike] Patton flipped over it right away. It wasn't a stretch for us — after all, we are Tomahawk."

The question is, who'll dig Anonymous, an album of rock songs constructed from the foundations of melodies that are more than 100 years old? "Tomahawk fans, I think they'll like it," Denison said. "It's a bit different from the previous two albums, which are fairly straightforward modern rock. But really, this album's not so different for us. It's still a rock album, and people who like what Patton does expect him to continually do different stuff. So, some people might hate it and think it's a stupid idea, that it's pretentious crap and ask us what we were thinking. Other people will like it because it's different and well done. We'll just have to see."

Anonymous contains 13 tracks, including "Totem," "Mescal Rite 1," "Song of Victory" and "Long, Long Weary Day," and while the band was recording it in Nashville, Denison claims it "tried as much as possible to eat buffalo meat and drink whiskey, to get in the mood." He said Tomahawk have no concrete touring plans around the release, with their members all involved in other projects: Patton has Peeping Tom, drummer John Stainer is in Battles and Denison recently launched U.S.S.A.

"The hardest thing about making this record was finding the approach for each tune," he said. "Most of these, as they were transcribed, were pretty bare bones — simply a melody with a rhythmic pattern to it, which was maybe played on a nose flute with clapping as the simple accompaniment. So, we took a lot of liberties, and filled in a lot of space. The majority of what you hear is more written by us than what's originally notated. So, we just had to pick an approach for each song and take it from there."

U.S.S.A., a band Denison said falls somewhere between Motörhead and Radiohead, was formed about a year ago, when the guitarist started working on songs with ex-Ministry bassist Paul Barker. The pair eventually recruited Gary Call to front the outfit, along with drum wizard Johnny Rabb, and in time, they had a full-length record in the bag. Now, he said, they just need to find a label to release the thing — until then, they plan to tour the U.S., letting people know they exist.

On June 5, the first-ever Jesus Lizard DVD will hit record store shelves. "Live," which was recorded during a gig in Boston back in 1994, features the band's original lineup, along with some exclusive interview footage.

But for now, Denison is focusing his energy on Tomahawk. So, just how does he plan to follow up Anonymous? Well, while the band hasn't begun thinking about its fourth album yet, the guitarist does have a few ideas.

"Tomahawk goes ancient Greek," he laughed. "Maybe we'll do an album's worth of Vietnamese music. Who knows?"
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HankMcCain";p="872252 wrote:
May 3 2007 6:01 AM EDT

Tomahawk Actually Starting To Sound Like An American-Indian Band

Group consumed buffalo and whiskey 'to get in the mood,' guitarist Duane Denison says.
By Chris Harris

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Several years ago, while touring the nation's casinos and reservations with honky-punk hellion Hank Williams III, Tomahawk guitarist Duane Denison discovered American Indian music. And no, he wasn't impressed with what he heard.

"I got to see a lot of current American-Indian bands, and to be honest, I was usually just sort of disappointed at how normal they sounded," explained Denison, best known for his work with the now-defunct Jesus Lizard. "They were playing like, country or country rock, Southern rock, blues, and it seemed just far more mainstream than what I'd hoped. I figured there must be native music somewhere that was more aggressive, spookier and more kinetic."

So, Denison began doing research on ancestral music created by North America's indigenous people. Eventually he came across some books — dating back to Theodore Roosevelt's presidency — that contained transcriptions of several American Indian tunes, but no information concerning the songs' composers.

"When we were throwing concepts around for the third Tomahawk album, I liked the idea of taking older music from unknown sources and putting our own stamp on it," he said. The forthcoming Tomahawk LP, due in stores June 19, is appropriately titled Anonymous. "It sounded like an interesting, unusual and different idea, and I didn't feel we were plundering anyone. It wasn't like we were stealing from some blues guys or something, because as far as I know, this stuff's never been recorded. I brought the idea to the rest of the guys, and there was no warming up to it. It was pretty immediate. [Frontman Mike] Patton flipped over it right away. It wasn't a stretch for us — after all, we are Tomahawk."

The question is, who'll dig Anonymous, an album of rock songs constructed from the foundations of melodies that are more than 100 years old? "Tomahawk fans, I think they'll like it," Denison said. "It's a bit different from the previous two albums, which are fairly straightforward modern rock. But really, this album's not so different for us. It's still a rock album, and people who like what Patton does expect him to continually do different stuff. So, some people might hate it and think it's a stupid idea, that it's pretentious crap and ask us what we were thinking. Other people will like it because it's different and well done. We'll just have to see."

Anonymous contains 13 tracks, including "Totem," "Mescal Rite 1," "Song of Victory" and "Long, Long Weary Day," and while the band was recording it in Nashville, Denison claims it "tried as much as possible to eat buffalo meat and drink whiskey, to get in the mood." He said Tomahawk have no concrete touring plans around the release, with their members all involved in other projects: Patton has Peeping Tom, drummer John Stainer is in Battles and Denison recently launched U.S.S.A.

"The hardest thing about making this record was finding the approach for each tune," he said. "Most of these, as they were transcribed, were pretty bare bones — simply a melody with a rhythmic pattern to it, which was maybe played on a nose flute with clapping as the simple accompaniment. So, we took a lot of liberties, and filled in a lot of space. The majority of what you hear is more written by us than what's originally notated. So, we just had to pick an approach for each song and take it from there."

U.S.S.A., a band Denison said falls somewhere between Motörhead and Radiohead, was formed about a year ago, when the guitarist started working on songs with ex-Ministry bassist Paul Barker. The pair eventually recruited Gary Call to front the outfit, along with drum wizard Johnny Rabb, and in time, they had a full-length record in the bag. Now, he said, they just need to find a label to release the thing — until then, they plan to tour the U.S., letting people know they exist.

On June 5, the first-ever Jesus Lizard DVD will hit record store shelves. "Live," which was recorded during a gig in Boston back in 1994, features the band's original lineup, along with some exclusive interview footage.

But for now, Denison is focusing his energy on Tomahawk. So, just how does he plan to follow up Anonymous? Well, while the band hasn't begun thinking about its fourth album yet, the guitarist does have a few ideas.

"Tomahawk goes ancient Greek," he laughed. "Maybe we'll do an album's worth of Vietnamese music. Who knows?"

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TOMAHAWK Guitarist Discusses Upcoming CD - May 3, 2007

TOMAHAWK guitarist Duane Denison, best known for his work with the now-defunct JESUS LIZARD, recently spoke to MTV.com about the group's forthcoming album, "Anonymous", due in stores June 19.

"TOMAHAWK fans, I think they'll like it," Denison said of the upcoming CD, which features rock songs constructed from the foundations of melodies created by North America's indigenous people. "It's a bit different from the previous two albums, which are fairly straightforward modern rock. But really, this album's not so different for us. It's still a rock album, and people who like what [Mike] Patton does expect him to continually do different stuff. So, some people might hate it and think it's a stupid idea, that it's pretentious crap and ask us what we were thinking. Other people will like it because it's different and well done. We'll just have to see."

"Anonymous" contains 13 tracks, including "Totem", "Mescal Rite 1", "Song of Victory" and "Long, Long Weary Day", and while the band was recording it in Nashville, Denison claims it "tried as much as possible to eat buffalo meat and drink whiskey, to get in the mood." He said TOMAHAWK have no concrete touring plans around the release, with their members all involved in other projects: Patton has PEEPING TOM, drummer John Stainer is in BATTLES and Denison recently launched U.S.S.A.

"The hardest thing about making this record was finding the approach for each tune," he said. "Most of these, as they were transcribed, were pretty bare bones — simply a melody with a rhythmic pattern to it, which was maybe played on a nose flute with clapping as the simple accompaniment. So, we took a lot of liberties, and filled in a lot of space. The majority of what you hear is more written by us than what's originally notated. So, we just had to pick an approach for each song and take it from there."
Read the entire interview at http://www.mtv.com/news/articles/155855 ... ndex.jhtml

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May 3 2007 6:01 AM EDT

Tomahawk Actually Starting To Sound Like An American-Indian Band

Group consumed buffalo and whiskey 'to get in the mood,' guitarist Duane Denison says.
By Chris Harris

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Several years ago, while touring the nation's casinos and reservations with honky-punk hellion Hank Williams III, Tomahawk guitarist Duane Denison discovered American Indian music. And no, he wasn't impressed with what he heard.

"I got to see a lot of current American-Indian bands, and to be honest, I was usually just sort of disappointed at how normal they sounded," explained Denison, best known for his work with the now-defunct Jesus Lizard. "They were playing like, country or country rock, Southern rock, blues, and it seemed just far more mainstream than what I'd hoped. I figured there must be native music somewhere that was more aggressive, spookier and more kinetic."

So, Denison began doing research on ancestral music created by North America's indigenous people. Eventually he came across some books — dating back to Theodore Roosevelt's presidency — that contained transcriptions of several American Indian tunes, but no information concerning the songs' composers.

"When we were throwing concepts around for the third Tomahawk album, I liked the idea of taking older music from unknown sources and putting our own stamp on it," he said. The forthcoming Tomahawk LP, due in stores June 19, is appropriately titled Anonymous. "It sounded like an interesting, unusual and different idea, and I didn't feel we were plundering anyone. It wasn't like we were stealing from some blues guys or something, because as far as I know, this stuff's never been recorded. I brought the idea to the rest of the guys, and there was no warming up to it. It was pretty immediate. [Frontman Mike] Patton flipped over it right away. It wasn't a stretch for us — after all, we are Tomahawk."

The question is, who'll dig Anonymous, an album of rock songs constructed from the foundations of melodies that are more than 100 years old? "Tomahawk fans, I think they'll like it," Denison said. "It's a bit different from the previous two albums, which are fairly straightforward modern rock. But really, this album's not so different for us. It's still a rock album, and people who like what Patton does expect him to continually do different stuff. So, some people might hate it and think it's a stupid idea, that it's pretentious crap and ask us what we were thinking. Other people will like it because it's different and well done. We'll just have to see."

Anonymous contains 13 tracks, including "Totem," "Mescal Rite 1," "Song of Victory" and "Long, Long Weary Day," and while the band was recording it in Nashville, Denison claims it "tried as much as possible to eat buffalo meat and drink whiskey, to get in the mood." He said Tomahawk have no concrete touring plans around the release, with their members all involved in other projects: Patton has Peeping Tom, drummer John Stainer is in Battles and Denison recently launched U.S.S.A.

"The hardest thing about making this record was finding the approach for each tune," he said. "Most of these, as they were transcribed, were pretty bare bones — simply a melody with a rhythmic pattern to it, which was maybe played on a nose flute with clapping as the simple accompaniment. So, we took a lot of liberties, and filled in a lot of space. The majority of what you hear is more written by us than what's originally notated. So, we just had to pick an approach for each song and take it from there."

U.S.S.A., a band Denison said falls somewhere between Motörhead and Radiohead, was formed about a year ago, when the guitarist started working on songs with ex-Ministry bassist Paul Barker. The pair eventually recruited Gary Call to front the outfit, along with drum wizard Johnny Rabb, and in time, they had a full-length record in the bag. Now, he said, they just need to find a label to release the thing — until then, they plan to tour the U.S., letting people know they exist.

On June 5, the first-ever Jesus Lizard DVD will hit record store shelves. "Live," which was recorded during a gig in Boston back in 1994, features the band's original lineup, along with some exclusive interview footage.

But for now, Denison is focusing his energy on Tomahawk. So, just how does he plan to follow up Anonymous? Well, while the band hasn't begun thinking about its fourth album yet, the guitarist does have a few ideas.

"Tomahawk goes ancient Greek," he laughed. "Maybe we'll do an album's worth of Vietnamese music. Who knows?"
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God, this shit is horrendous. You guys suck.

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DangerDiabolik";p="872158 wrote:...because he owes you something :roll:
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Does everyone seriously like this? This makes Mit Gas look like the album of the decade.

It's like a bad joke, except Peeping Tom was even worse so I know it's no joke.

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There is usually a 2 year period of people saying a Patton albums sucks before they see it's genius. It somewhat worries me that everybody is liking this album right off of the bat. Even California took a year before most Bungle fans realized how good it was. They expected DV2.
Peeping Tom is fantastic. In a year everybody will love it.
This new Tomahawk is great, but is it too giving?, and not demanding enough? Usually it takes a Patton fan a lot of listens before they get taught what it was that Patton was teaching. This album may be too much dessert and not enough veggies. Or, even though the direction is different, is he really bending our minds as much as usual?
Probably is, but maybe this is one of the rare times when what he and Duane had a vision to do was palettable on first listen. It still is a curious thing. I put in Suspended animation once or so a month for a year and it didn't do anything for me, then it clicked slowly. This one just seems like candy right off the bat. Will we get filled up too quick?
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Like you know anything about anyone...
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MaliceinWonderland";p="872347 wrote:There is usually a 2 year period of people saying a Patton albums sucks before they see it's genius. It somewhat worries me that everybody is liking this album right off of the bat. Even California took a year before most Bungle fans realized how good it was. They expected DV2.
Peeping Tom is fantastic. In a year everybody will love it.
This new Tomahawk is great, but is it too giving?, and not demanding enough? Usually it takes a Patton fan a lot of listens before they get taught what it was that Patton was teaching. This album may be too much dessert and not enough veggies. Or, even though the direction is different, is he really bending our minds as much as usual?
Probably is, but maybe this is one of the rare times when what he and Duane had a vision to do was palettable on first listen. It still is a curious thing. I put in Suspended animation once or so a month for a year and it didn't do anything for me, then it clicked slowly. This one just seems like candy right off the bat. Will we get filled up too quick?
You're deluded. While you might kiss your own balls with the genius that you think is your mouth, you're very wrong.

Nobody here give's a fuck.

And for Christ' sake, at least learn how to compose a post that isn't anything other than a block of nothing.

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ok, for those who havent heard the album yet.....

Tomahawk has turned into a....."look!, its another The Mike Patton Show Band!"......with Stanier and Duane absolutely nowhere to be found on the cd.......i think, no,... I KNOW, that Patton was too embarassed to ask the Fantomas guys to participate in this idiotic idea, ....so he locked himself in his room with his little computer did it all himself and then slapped a Tomahawk sticker on it......it also appears that Patton missed the history lesson discussing the differences between East and West.....because you know that Lady and the Tramp movie.....that song with the Siamese cats?....."We are Siameeiz if you pleeiz"......yeah, the entire cd sounds like that.

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Crisp Surplus";p="872362 wrote:
MaliceinWonderland";p="872347 wrote:There is usually a 2 year period of people saying a Patton albums sucks before they see it's genius. It somewhat worries me that everybody is liking this album right off of the bat. Even California took a year before most Bungle fans realized how good it was. They expected DV2.
Peeping Tom is fantastic. In a year everybody will love it.
This new Tomahawk is great, but is it too giving?, and not demanding enough? Usually it takes a Patton fan a lot of listens before they get taught what it was that Patton was teaching. This album may be too much dessert and not enough veggies. Or, even though the direction is different, is he really bending our minds as much as usual?
Probably is, but maybe this is one of the rare times when what he and Duane had a vision to do was palettable on first listen. It still is a curious thing. I put in Suspended animation once or so a month for a year and it didn't do anything for me, then it clicked slowly. This one just seems like candy right off the bat. Will we get filled up too quick?
You're deluded. While you might kiss your own balls with the genius that you think is your mouth, you're very wrong.

Nobody here give's a fuck.

And for Christ' sake, at least learn how to compose a post that isn't anything other than a block of nothing.

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Thunder";p="872348 wrote:Like you know anything about anyone...
Can you actually have a discussion, or are you so retarded that you can only put nonsense like this on a board and waste your life away.
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I like how people still think of this as Patton's project.
as if Denison has nothing to do with it.

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MaliceinWonderland";p="872384 wrote:
Thunder";p="872348 wrote:Like you know anything about anyone...
Can you actually have a discussion, or are you so retarded that you can only put nonsense like this on a board and waste your life away.
I really sorry, I made a huge mistake. Its clear to me now that you read pages of statistics based on how "Patton fans" react towards "his" releases. Its well documented that it took a year before fans liked California. Iam probably one of few that liked it right away, just as Iam also of the few that hates Peeping Tom, and will forever do. Iam pretty sure everyone else will love it in one year, like you said.

You have every reason to be worried that so many people like the album. Iam just looking forwards to 5/3/09, also known as the day I will realize its genius...

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Thunder";p="872417 wrote:
MaliceinWonderland";p="872384 wrote:
Thunder";p="872348 wrote:Like you know anything about anyone...
Can you actually have a discussion, or are you so retarded that you can only put nonsense like this on a board and waste your life away.
I really sorry,
and will forever do.

:borg:
These 2 sentences are serious indicators that you need some remedial language arts courses.

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Yeah yeah, whatever... You are gay, thats all that matters.

Its personal now...
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Wow!! you are a master with words!! Seriously man, can't you even say something KIND of clever.
I have a feeling you are using your big brothers computer again, because I'd swear you are like 9 years old.
You have horrible grammer problems. You don't have one useful contribution to this forum, and you're imagination is equatable to a black hole.

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very fucking nice! :grin: sounding nothing like their previous 2 albums, it's a little weird to say it's the best tomahawk album, but it is. a couple of bungle moments in there as well. navajo bungle if you will.

album hereby appreciated.

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