#1
i dont no if this is spaming, but here it goes/

what are some good buckethead songs?
im starting to get into his music.
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#6
i would say the song "jordan" is one of his bests
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#7
The album 'Colma' is very good.

Nice ambient relaxing acoustic tracks. His arsenal of work is like 20 albums. I got all of them. Just working my way through.
#8
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i would say the song "jordan" is one of his bests



id say good, but no where near the best..

colma album is superb so is cucoo clocks
#10
pylon shift, frozen brains tell no tales, nottingham lace, nun chuka kata, hills of eternity, machete, welcome to bucketheadland, the ballad of buckethead (it's got les claypool!!! ), jumpman, jordan

those are my favorites, i need to get more songs though
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#12
Well, I recommend starting off with either Giant Robot or Monsters & Robots. If you're really into Pink Floyd or slow and progressive music, get Colma or Electric Tears. If you like riff-heavy music, get Decoding the Tomb of Bansheebot. Finally, if you want to just start following Buckethead now, get his new album, Slaughterhouse on the Prairie (It's like a mini-culmination of everything above)

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#13
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i dont no if this is spaming, but here it goes/

what are some good buckethead songs?
im starting to get into his music.
it would be great if this didnt get reported....



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#14
Padmasana, Soothsayer, Sail on Soothsayer, Nottingham Lace, Post Office Buddy, all great songs, definitely start with those.
#17
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Soothsayer, and anything off Electric Tears, like Datura or Spell of the Gypsies


Electric tears is awesome.

Not shred or anything, mostly relaxing almost classical sounding stuff, great album.
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#20
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The album 'Colma' is very good.

Nice ambient relaxing acoustic tracks. His arsenal of work is like 20 albums. I got all of them. Just working my way through.


...Buckethead's arsenal extends to well over 80 albums. He released 14 last year alone. Though most of them you won't find anywhere but online pirated because he can't sell them for legal reasons, or them being out of print.

EDIT: Also...Giant Robot, Electric Tears, Colma, Decoding The Tomb of Bansheebot, Buckethead and Friends, Bucketheadland, also his old band the Deli Creeps album Dawn of The Deli Creeps...though this one is mental.
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#22
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pylon shift, frozen brains tell no tales, nottingham lace, nun chuka kata, hills of eternity, machete, welcome to bucketheadland, the ballad of buckethead (it's got les claypool!!! ), jumpman, jordan

those are my favorites, i need to get more songs though


this for sure. spot the psycho is the most emotional sounding one i know

electric tears, colma, and monsters & robots are my personal favorites of his...
Be still my heart, I hear your back cracking...


...sounds like music to me
#23
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actully i think its supose to be like michael myers.
but good songs r soothsayer, night of slunk, nottingham lace, anything of acoustic shards, enter the chicken, or buckethead land
#24
Spidercrwal is a great song
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#25
Soothsayer, Big Sur Moon, Whitewash, Binge and Grab.

Also listen to his stuff with Guns N Roses like Nightrain and November Rain.
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#26
remember some of his stuff sucks too

but welcome to buckethead land is my favourite (it's called Intro - Park Theme on the album)
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