Two (2)Voyeurs

Label:Nothing Records – INTD-90155
CD, Album
Genre:Electronic, Rock


1I Am A Pig3:37
2Stutter Kiss4:31
3Water's Leaking3:54
4My Ceiling's Low3:35
5Leave Me Alone4:31
7Deep In The Ground5:13
8Hey, Sha La La4:23
9Wake Up3:33
11Bed Of Rust4:32

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Recorded at The Factory, Vancouver, British Columbia & The Warehouse Studios, Vancouver, British Columbia
Mixed at The Warehouse Studios, Vancouver, British Columbia
Mastered at Gateway Mastering Studios

Design & digital manipulation @ Bau-Da Design Lab.
℗ ©1998 Interscope Records

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 606949015527
  • Matrix / Runout: INT3P-6279 0380609240 MFG BY UNIVERSAL
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI L771
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 1): ifpi 2A02
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 2): ifpi 2A05
  • Mould SID Code (Variant 3): ifpi 2A16

Other Versions (5 of 17)

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Title (Format)LabelCat#CountryYear
New Submission
Voyeurs (CD, Album, Promo)Nothing RecordsINT3P-6279US1997
Recently Edited
Voyeurs (CD, Album)EastWest3984-22089-2Europe1998
Voyeurs (CD, Album)DML Music EntertainmentDMCR-25027Japan1998
Recently Edited
Voyeurs (CD, Album)Nothing Records, Nothing RecordsCINTD 90155, CINTD-90155Canada1998
New Submission
Voyeurs (Cassette, Album)Warner Music Poland3984-22089-4Poland1998



  • goforit20's avatar
    needs to be remixed !!.....the demos are way better sound !!!!

    • rodney.k.scheffer's avatar
      Please give this the vinyl treatment! Looks like it’s not going to make the 15th anniversary. Maybe 20th??
      • dirtykeys's avatar
        Good release. But people need to read… understand. Trent had nothing to do with this. Just his name/label. Clearly, recorded in Vancouver BC (at Bryan Adams studio). Not New Orleans. Some people really “write” some half asses reviews. But critics are cunts anyways.
        • wormboy666's avatar
          As MurderCapital said in his review, this album was a 'one-off' solo effort that Rob Halford (Judas Priest frontman) released under the name, 2wo (pronounced "Two"), with the help of Trent Reznor (producing) and John 5 on guitars.

          I personally believe this album to be one of those "hidden gems" you discover MANY YEARS after its initial release that has you wishing the project got more recognition in its day. Perhaps Halford would have eventually released more material later on had this solo endeavor been better received.

          Now, I don't know if its for Judas Priest fans, but if you enjoy early to mid-90s industrial/heavy metal stuff, then its definitely worth checking out! Here are a few tracks to check out:
          - I Am A Pig
          - My Ceiling's Low
          - Stutter Kiss
          - Leave Me Alone
          • MurderCapital's avatar
            Edited 11 years ago
            1998 was a important year for vocalist Rob Halford. It was the year, that after years of speculation he chose to come out of the closet and announced (on MTV nonetheless) that he has been gay his entire life. This was hardly something fans of the 'metal god' raised their eyebrows at, but 1998 also marked the release of "Voyeurs", the first and only album Halford's new project entitled Two (or '2wo' as the band logo looks like) would release. Different from both of Halford's previous bands, the classic heavy metal band Judas Priest and the groove-metal sounding Fight. Two had Rob Halford experimenting with a industrial sound, going as far as having Nine Inch Nails mainman Trent Reznor producing the album and John Lowery (that later became known as John 5 when he joined Marilyn Manson) handling the guitar duties. The end result is a pretty unique mix of Halford's vocals and heavy industrial guitar riffs. However the fans were not too impressed by the new sound as the album sold poorly and the music video for the first single "I Am A Pig" (that was very S&M themed) got very little rotation on TV stations. But "Voyeurs" contains some good tracks and is worth checking out, even if there were a lot of bands at the time that did the industrial thing better and Halford's vocals works better when he does his trademark high-pitched screams than the talk-like singing he does on this album.


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