Guillotine Furnace

by Bucketheadland

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J Matthew Ward
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J Matthew Ward Part bizarre computer circus, part blazing solo guitar, part haunted machine crashing through a void. This album is a dysfunctional giant robot spilling cryptic virtuoso soundscapes as it goes lumbering about an electric funhouse. Lots of Buckethead’s classic power chords and energetic finger-tapping here.
Lucas Jung
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Lucas Jung Buckethead, has always proven himself to be an exceptional songwriter and improviser and this is such an awesome Work. I feel like his amusement park might could end right here and I’d be happy. There’s so many good songs and moments throughout all of these albums. Happily I own all your pikes Buckethead. And with pleasure I’ll pay 8.99 if they strike me.
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lacek Most bizarre Pike ever heard. The Master plays pretty tense styles like it was the Joker of Impossible Architecture, where stairs lead both up and down at the same time. A moltitude of mosaic heterogeneous crazy cameos are involved into the run, so only the listener may be called upon to imagine the final pattern. Place your bets, ladies and gents!
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released December 9, 2017

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