Bucketheadland - Propellar FLAC
|1||The Poultry Show||4:18|
|3||Meeting Of The Mummy||3:35|
|6||Room Of Shells||2:04|
|none||Buckethead||Propellar (6xFile, MP3, Album)||Not On Label (Buckethead Self-released)||none||US||2014|
Limited edition CDr hand drawn and numbered by Buckethead. Available at Bucketheadpikes.com.
Propellar by Bucketheadland, released 21 July 2014 1. Propellar 2. Room of Shells 3. Meeting of the Mummy 4. The Poultry Show 5. Launched 6. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card. Buy Digital Album. 2 USD or more. You own this. Bucketheadland is the debut studio album by solo artist Buckethead. It was released on John Zornʼs Japanese record label, Avant, in 1992. It features several samples of the 1960s Japanese television series, Giant Robot, amongst guitar riffs and several fast, technical solos. The concept of the album is a tour around the construction of Bucketheadʼs fictional abusement park, Bucketheadland. Because of this, the album is divided into sections that relate to distinct areas of the park. Bucketheadland - Full Album Intro 1. Park Theme 00:00 Giant Robot 2. Interlude 03:21 3. Giant Robot Theme 03:49 4. Enter Guillatine 08:06 5. Giant Robot Vs. 2012 г. Bucketheadland - Full Album. Intro 1. Park Theme 00:00. Giant Robot 2. Interlude 03:21 is the debut studio album by solo artist Buckethead, released on John Zorn's Japanese record label Avant Records in 1992. Featuring many samples of the Japanese TV Show Giant Robot amongst guitar riffs by Buckethead. The concept of the album is a tour around the construction of the fictional amusement park, Bucketheadland, because of this, the album has been split into distinct sections of the areas of the park. A sequel was released in 2003. Album Name Propellar. Type Album. Released date 07 May 2013. Labels Bucketheadland Parks. Music StyleGuitar Hero. Members owning this album0. A two-CD set that probably could have been scaled back to one, Bucketheadland is a goofy concept album plotting a bizarre narrative incorporating Japanese robot shows, theme parks, epic battles, Willy Wonka, Buckethead's parents, and lots and lots of toys. Released in Japan on John Zorn's Avant imprint, the album freely mixes arena rock, speed metal, dirty funk, and aimless noodling, and is jam-packed with obscure references that probably make sense only to their author. Just better. On July 21, 2014 the album was released digitally which included the official album title, cover, and track names. Buckethead - Bucketheadland 1992. To favorites 6 Download album. Listen album. Album 2003 30 Songs. Bucketheadland 2 Buckethead