The Elephant Man's Alarm Clock

by Buckethead

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Tapeworm
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Tapeworm Descending from the gods. Avant-garde down tune heaven....don’t you dare miss the opening track...battle sound for Star Wars “Thai fighter swarm” straight forward display of the unparalleled talent of creating battle music. Speaking of,, starting riff “baseball furies” me likey , lurker is magnificent , but “ bird with a hole in the stomach “..is the Rage wrecker.... “oakridge cake” tribute to the most outlandish rapper. Droid assembly, simply magnificent 1:06 marks kill switch Favorite track: Gigan.
I wish I could eat music
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I wish I could eat music Bird in the stomach.
Delicious meal.
Rob Porter
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Rob Porter This is one of the Bucket's best heavy albums, it's in my top three of his heavy non-pike albums. I passed it up at first because I only had the first track to go on, it sounded skronky and I wasn't into that yet. But it came with the Discography and when I finally heard it, I was blown away... it's heavy but very melodical. Final Wars, Gigan, and Baseball Furies are all outstanding, but Lurker at the Threshold parts 1-4 is a journey you want to take. Favorite track: Lurker At The Threshold Part 2.
CMorphius
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CMorphius It is a fantastic album with a diverse amount of music, ranging from metal to funk. Great album. Favorite track: Final Wars.
trainman7734
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trainman7734 There is a Buckethead album for everyone who loves to listen to music
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douggiek Buckethead....Measured By The Soul
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released May 1, 2020

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