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Giant Robot

what a great CD! theres a nice diversity to all the tracks. if you've never heard buckethead before, this is the best place to start. 1. Doomride - a brief exlpanation of buckethead followed by a chaotic spiral into hell, or so it sounds. 2. Welcome To Bucketheadland - probably my favorite track on the album. pretty straight up rockin' with a sweet solo at the end. 3. I Come In Peace - good bit of talking on this one. it kind of tells the story of a giant buckethead destroying tokyo in a godzilla like fashion. 4. Buckethead's Toy Store - sweet guitar riffs with little conversations going on from time to time. 5. Want Some Slaw? - unique guitar work with some neo classical Malmstein style riffs a little ways into it. 6. Warweb - quiet, dark sounding song. starts off with this little girl talking and goes into some violin/other string orchestral stuff. 7. Aquabot - some work with the vocator followed by more signature buckethead riffage, only with a little slower tempo than one like "Welcome to Bucketheadland" 8. Binge And Grab (Instrumental Version) - awsome, upbeat riffs somewhat reminscent of Rush. my second favorite of the album. 9. Pure Imagination - song from Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory on the Vocator. 10. Buckethead's Chamber Of Horrors - different clips of somewhat twisted voices and screams mixed with some music that could easily be the soundtrack on the ride to hell. 11. Onions Unleashed - pretty sweet guitar riffs mixed with Onions talking about his lifde as a scare crow mostly. 12. Chicken - just some noises with the vocator. 13. I Love My Parents - a slower, more peaceful song. buckethead really can speak through the guitar. not literally. you know what i mean. 14. Buckethead's TV Show - more buckethead riffage with some talking later on. 15. Robot Transmission - Buckethead plays less in the spotlight on this one. Bootsie Collins really shines on bass here. he played on some other songs here, but i forget which ones. 16. Pirate's Life For Me - buckethead takes the notes of the vocals for this one and plays them on guitar. pretty cool. 17. Post Office Buddy - kind of like trudging through thick mud. thats just what the main riff reminds me of. every couple times through he ends it with a really harmonious chord or two. 18. Star Wars - very good rendition of that classic star wars theme. 19. Last Train To Bucketheadland - somewhat repetitive guitar riff/drum beat play over these people reminiscing about their trip to Bucketheadland.

First step towards Buckethead Diversity

Finally, more Buckethead albums. Good job iTunes, but don't stop there. Keep the albums coming!


This album is incrdible!!!
One thing...can you please allow the Star Wars song become a ring tone?
Now that would be effing awesome!


Genre: Instrumental

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Buckethead is one of the most bizarre and enigmatic figures in American underground and experimental music since Parliament-Funkadelic birthed their bevy of cosmic characters in the mid-'70s. An accomplished multi-instrumentalist best known for his virtuosic command of the electric guitar, Buckethead is one of the instrument's most recognizable contemporary innovators, his rapid-fire riffing, near-robotic fretwork, and idiosyncratic lead lines combining elements of Yngwie Malmsteen, Adrian Belew,...
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