Dillinger Escape Plan w/Mike Patton

Irony Is A Dead Scene (Epitaph Records 2002)

Album review

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Well, here we have here the best of both worlds as far as musical talents goes, both the band (D.E.P) and artist (Mike Patton) are at times hard to swallow for most people. But I enjoy the chaos and assult on popular music. And "Irony Is Dead Scene" is the best work I've heard from either project. But the one thing I will say before I go on is, if you get this expecting to hear a D.E.P album with Mike Patton singing, well that's just what they're going to give you. Not a whole alot of changing in each others style, but a great record anyways. It's just too bad that it's only got 4 songs on here and one's a cover "Come to Daddy" by Aphex Twins. Which is sick by the way, it's a dead on cover too. My favorite track on here is track 3 "When Good Dogs Do Bad Things" it's the most thought out and developed song on here, very haunting in that you can't wait to see the axe weilding maniac take off the head of those high school students, haha!

Reviewed by: Godawfulcommiepigfvckingbastard

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