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The Coloring of Metals

by Bucketheadland

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Abstract Algebra
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Abstract Algebra One of the best Pikes of the year. The harmonically interesting lead work in The Coloring of Metals and the great, 80s-style crunching metal chording in Long Walks is fantastic. Love the guitar tone, great drumming, and I don't even miss the bass here. Don't need it.
Jacques Amman
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Jacques Amman buckethead is what the world needs more of. pikes like this one can help us realize our similarities rather than our differences. and who we are spiritually.
Jean the Dreamer
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Jean the Dreamer Moon Stones is beautiful, haunting and melancholy. The next two songs become energetic and upbeat. At the same time this pike has a unified feel to it, and it’s worth the ride.
Brewer1
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Brewer1 Beautiful Progression! Love the retro “Gallup” sound from the 80’s on #2 & #3. Once again transported through space and time by the gatekeeper of Bucketheadland!
Boslice
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Boslice Love it, excellent ripper from start to finish. Rock-n-Roll into “Long Walk” is superb. 🤟
douggiek9
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douggiek9 Buzz Aldren And Nasa Approved.
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Moon Stones 10:11
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Long Walks 09:30

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released June 30, 2023

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