To date, they have released one eponymous album and two singles on Ipecac Recordings. The band has featured a wide variety of well-known artists such as Massive Attack, Norah Jones and Kool Keith.
The whole album was written by Patton with a wishlist of collaborators in mind that he hoped would perform on the finished tracks. "It's an exotic way of working for someone accustomed to a band environment", Patton says. "It was charming, really. None of the usual Animal House stuff. Instead of swapping spit and underwear, we were swapping files".
The finished album featured performances by artists such as Norah Jones ("Sucker"), Kool Keith ("Getaway") and Massive Attack ("Kill the DJ").
Referring to the fact the almost none of the artists recorded their parts with Patton there he said: "Plenty of people on the record are still complete strangers to me".
The first single from the album was "Mojo." It was accompanied by a music video featuring appearances by Danny DeVito, Mark Hoppus of Blink 182, Rachel Hunter as well as song performers Dan the Automator and Rahzel. The video was created by buzzed about music video director Matt McDermitt.
The band made their worldwide live debut on Late Night with Conan O'Brien on May 26th, 2006.
As work on Peeping Tom began in 2000 and was interrupted to accommodate Patton's recording or touring work with Fantômas, Tomahawk, Lovage, General Patton vs. The X-Ecutioners, Kaada/Patton, Rahzel and guest turns on Björk and Massive Attack records, two feature film scores, his film acting debut in Firecracker, videogame voice work in The Darkness and an ultimately "ridiculous" major label flirtation, enough material has massed for a second and possibly third record.
1) 2006 Peeping Tom, (Released: May 30, 2006, Label: Ipecac)
1) 2006 "Mojo"
2) 2007 "We're Not Alone"
Dan the Automator