“Six reasons why Mike Patton is a f*****g genious” Ep.1:Mr.Bungle

This is the first episode of “Six reasons why Mike Patton is a f*****g genious”, and we will start in 1984, when Mike Patton founded Mr.Bungle, a funk-punk-ska-carnival experimental band, with Trevor Dunn, Trey Spruance, Theo Lengyel, and Jed Watts in Eureka, North California. The band featured three albums in Warner Bros. records (Mr. Bungle 1991, Discovolante 1995 and California 1997) and a good number of demos in cassette between 1988 and the date of release of the first Mr.Bungle album. Jim Martin from Faith No More listen one of this demos and ask Patton to cover the singer position in his band, but this story is part of the second episode…


2 Responses to ““Six reasons why Mike Patton is a f*****g genious” Ep.1:Mr.Bungle”

  1. 1 ktlpa October 9, 2008 at 10:15 am

    Google alerts got me here, so, YAY for you and YAAAY for Patton!

  2. 2 minha galera October 18, 2008 at 10:41 pm

    Hihi, we were also going to make a extensive post about Patton, but given his extremely large portfolio, it takes us ages. Good idea with the episodes. Count me in for Lovage!
    Minha Galera, Discorgy

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