#1
what did the pit think of that album?

i thought it was waaaaay too brutal considering what kinda stuff hes playing nowadays!

thanks
Last edited by red_hot_chili18 at Sep 25, 2008,
#4
the Blueprints album maybe? his first demo CD he did more or less in his bedroom?

anyway, yes, Buckethead is well capable of being brutalz
#5
idk what it was, but it may have been cuckoo clocks from hell...definitely wasnt welcome to bucketheadland...that was the one that made him big in japan though. lol.
#6
His first 'album' was Bucketheadland, released in Japan, he released the Bucketheadland Blueprints demo and Giant Robot demo before that, his first American release was i think Giant Robot, but i know that went out of print and got rereleased in 2000, also, the album released recently called 'From The Coop' is some demos recorded in 1991, the year before Bucketheadland was released
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#7
I agree, it is way different to what he plays now. But I prefer Somewhere Over The Slaughterhouse or Inbred Mountain.
#8
i've heard "spokes on the wheels of torment"

damn thats some heavy guitar playing, reminded of an instrumental divine heresy