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Slaughterhouse On The Prairie

by Buckethead

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Tapeworm
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Tapeworm Love the aggressiveness.....
has riffs original.....how can ANYONE compete? I geet chicken skin every time ...don’t you dare not listen to all carefully ...3:47...porn funk ala “robot checkerboard “ grab your viagra. But the sensibly named track 5 is supa....but da riff at :22 collecting specimens is 1 note but whoa....ahh the simple things in life Favorite track: Collecting Specimens.
I eat music
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I eat music Don't Use Roosts if You Raise Broilers, God darn it. Favorite track: Lebron's Hammer.
Rob Porter
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Rob Porter I would say this album is heavy rock, with great riffs and jams. Lebron, Iceman, and Pumpkin Pike are all excellent.. each one is a different style. I can't wait until Buckethead releases Kaleidoscalp so I can buy it again and listen to it on Bandcamp! Favorite track: Lebron.
Blue Collar Workingman2 *(&) Blue Collar Workingman2
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Blue Collar Workingman2 *(&) Blue Collar Workingman2 The first track to the last track on this album this is got to be my like, My fourth all-time favorite Buckethead album..
This artist never disappoints.
Lebron track 1 starts off real heavy and fast paced guitar soloing and also sets the stage for the entire album..
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douggiek Guitar Dimensions Unknown To Mortal Men
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released May 1, 2020

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