Album artwork for General Patton vs The X-Ecutioners by General Patton Vs The X-Ecutioners
Album artwork for General Patton vs The X-Ecutioners by General Patton Vs The X-Ecutioners

2024 is Ipecac's 25th Anniversary, and they couldn’t have made it this long without the support of Indie Record Stores. To start the celebrations, they’re releasing the 2005 album from General Patton vs. The X-Ecutioners on vinyl for the first time ever…and it’s only available at Indie stores, in a limited Silver Streak colour.

The release teams up Mike Patton, the legendary frontman for Faith No More, Mr. Bungle, Tomahawk and countless others, with one of the most respected DJ crews in all of hip-hop, The X-Ecutioners. The collaboration came about after both factions performed a few improvisational live shows together. With the sweet scent of chemistry soon wafting through the air, it was decided to take it a step further - collaborate on a full-on recording. What you get are 23 tracks that approximate a head-on collision between hip-hop and the wild and whacky world of Ipecac."

General Patton Vs The X-Ecutioners

General Patton vs The X-Ecutioners

Ipecac Recordings
Album artwork for General Patton vs The X-Ecutioners by General Patton Vs The X-Ecutioners
LP

£31.99

Silver Streak

Released 01/03/2024Catalogue Number

IPC275LP2

General Patton Vs The X-Ecutioners

General Patton vs The X-Ecutioners

Ipecac Recordings
Album artwork for General Patton vs The X-Ecutioners by General Patton Vs The X-Ecutioners
LP

£31.99

Silver Streak

Released 01/03/2024Catalogue Number

IPC275LP2

2024 is Ipecac's 25th Anniversary, and they couldn’t have made it this long without the support of Indie Record Stores. To start the celebrations, they’re releasing the 2005 album from General Patton vs. The X-Ecutioners on vinyl for the first time ever…and it’s only available at Indie stores, in a limited Silver Streak colour.

The release teams up Mike Patton, the legendary frontman for Faith No More, Mr. Bungle, Tomahawk and countless others, with one of the most respected DJ crews in all of hip-hop, The X-Ecutioners. The collaboration came about after both factions performed a few improvisational live shows together. With the sweet scent of chemistry soon wafting through the air, it was decided to take it a step further - collaborate on a full-on recording. What you get are 23 tracks that approximate a head-on collision between hip-hop and the wild and whacky world of Ipecac."