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Any Buckethead fans?? (As MMike says "thread of limited audience")

oly

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Dec 6, 2001
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I just got "Buckethead and Friends, Enter the Chicken". Its got some ripping metal songs on it (along with some sleepers). It is produced by Serj from System of a Down and he sings on a couple songs. I hate buying new CD's but had a moment of weakness.

I am also looking for "Cookoo Clocks from Hell". 3 record store stops and found nothing.. I heard a song from it today and i have to get it. That was the reason why I went searching, but since it was out I instead got the other buckethead CD. Anyone have it? Anyone wanna rip me a copy of it? ;)
 

oly

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MMike said:
Wasn't he the "new Slash" for the short lived Axl Rose comeback?

And I trust my royalty check is on its way?
Well, after taxes i couldnt afford the stamp. So next time your in Seattle, call me and I'll hand you over your 4 cents.
 

McGRP01

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Feb 6, 2003
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I like him. I only have Monsters and Robots, but it's a pretty sick album. And he's opened for Umphrey's McGee so that makes him o.k. in my book! :thumb:
 

JRogers

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Yeah, I like Buckethead. A good amount of his solo stuff I could do without, though. I really like the him on Praxis' Transmutation.
 

oly

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if you like the heavier stuff, the Cookoo clock record looks to be pretty cool. I listened to most of the 30 second samples on amazon. Giant robot is also good one with some really twisted stuff on it....