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Giant Robot
Buckethead
Giant Robot
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Alternative Rock, Jazz, Special Interest, Pop, R&B, Rock, Metal
 
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1994 Release from Guitar Virtuoso / Bizzaro-genius. Includes a Cover of John Williams's 'star Wars Theme' -- Done Only as Buckethead Can!

      
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All Artists: Buckethead
Title: Giant Robot
Members Wishing: 10
Total Copies: 0
Label: Higher Octave
Release Date: 8/29/2000
Genres: Dance & Electronic, Alternative Rock, Jazz, Special Interest, Pop, R&B, Rock, Metal
Styles: Jazz Fusion, Experimental Music, Dance Pop, Funk, Progressive, Progressive Rock, Progressive Metal, Rock Guitarists
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 724384899622

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1994 Release from Guitar Virtuoso / Bizzaro-genius. Includes a Cover of John Williams's 'star Wars Theme' -- Done Only as Buckethead Can!

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Could easily be his best
Raul Duke | Pittsburgh | 09/13/2007
(5 out of 5 stars)

"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.
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