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D: Mike and I met through Southern Distribution, which was our distributor, a while ago in the United Kingdom. The joy of it is that they don't have a record or a release regime hounding them. And then I'm sitting there, I'm the only white kid with all the Raiders gear on, 12 or 13. It was never like, "I'm going to dress black." But man, I don't know what was going through his ex-hippie head. He walked up in the dashiki, and my shit turned green. It's funny; he may cringe when he hears this, but I didn't realize 'til I saw the movie what a profound effect some of the character-writing that he did there had on my young, forming superego and self and perception.

I would go there and steal all his records before I met him. " And I would steal all the Kranky albums and all the Mike Patton shit. So they just do shows, cut loose, do the next show. I saw Skid Row open for Aerosmith once, but I never got to see Faith No More. Rorschach himself-- I'm actually this kind of artist.

Mike Patton (FAITH NO MORE, DEAD CROSS) scores the Stephen King-sourced thriller "1922", which is available now via Netflix.

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Earlier this week, Pitchfork spoke with Dose about all the irons he's got in the fire. Pitchfork: You've been working on a supergroup with Tunde Adebimpe and Mike Patton. The reason we couldn't really explore it all is we were looking for the missing member or members.

What we wanted it to be the whole time was three frontmen, which fell quickly and easily into place.

When we started this idea, we wanted it to be three frontmen and an artist to do the artwork, to sort of be the Professor Griff of aesthetics-- you know, the guy who has his arms crossed and a beret on and doesn't say much, but everything looks the way he deems it to be.

So we had a really long list, and we didn't know how we were actually going to get in touch with any of these people that we didn't know.

The "1922" offering follows up Patton's critically acclaimed score to "The Place Beyond The Pines", a musical outing that Pitchfork said served as "the glue uniting the film’s three disparate sections and many different tones" and Movie Music UK said Patton offered an "intelligent way of arranging his collages of sounds into fascinating musical effects.""1922" is based on Stephen King's 131-page storytelling of a man's confession of his wife's murder.

The tale is told from the perspective of Wilfred James, the story's unreliable narrator who admits to killing his wife, Arlette, with his son in Nebraska.It was pretty fucking uncanny: same comics, same everything. I found that when we did 13 & God, there was something about adding people that were so just, you know, tied in and built into the system. I get very caught up in what shouldn't be done with the space, with the time that I can free to create some songs.They release records, they are their own entity and energy onstage. I mean, I'm just now having songs that are that old for me, you know what I mean? But moreover than that, like, it's just really interesting to be able to contribute to something that Alan Moore made when he, like, is completely amongst the first seeds to get sown in my head that are worthwhile and slightly timeless.But after he buries her body, he finds himself terrorized by rats and, as his life begins to unravel, becomes convinced his wife is haunting him. Earlier this year, he reformed Themselves, the group that he and MC/producer Jel started before forming the prog-rap band Subtle. Meanwhile, Dose also put together the Nevermen, a triple-headed supergroup with TV on the Radio's Tunde Adebimpe and avant-rock mogul Mike Patton.We basically did two hours of reading when we first got it, and it's extremely dense. But as we listened to it, it's full of recurring themes, and all this recurring writing breaks and reconstructs its phrasings over and over again throughout. Pitchfork: Well, Billboard reported it and then retracted it... So we have Zach Hill, Tony Conrad, Mike Patton, and Justin [Broadrick] from Jesu.

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