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Buckethead - Monsters & Robots CD

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CategoryRock/Pop Albums, Rock CDs, Experimental Rock, Art Rock

Monsters & Robots album for sale Product Description

Monsters & Robots album for sale by Buckethead was released Nov 16, 1999 on the EMI Music Distribution label. Mixing metallic guitar heroics with funk, hip-hop, electronica, and a cinematic soundtrack feel, Buckethead's Monsters and Robots is yet another eclectic opus inspired in large part by low-budget monster/horror, martial arts, and science fiction movies, especially those of Japan. Like any Buckethead album, the music does meander in spots, but this outing does improve on its predecessor Colma by employing a variety of guest bassists; Primus' Les Claypool (as well as drummer Brain), Bootsy Collins, and Bill Laswell all enliven the music's rhythmic underpinnings in ways that Buckethead's own bass playing on Colma didn't. Monsters & Robots CD music contains a single disc with 13 songs.   ...See Full Description

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1Jump Man See All 24:20 $1.29(Available)
2Stick Pit See All 23:38 $1.29(Available)
3Ballad of Buckethead See All 23:38 $1.29(Available)
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4Sow Thistle See All 24:28 $1.29(Available)
5Revenge of the Double Man See All 23:34 $1.29(Available)
6Night of the Slunk See All 25:43 $1.29(Available)
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7Who Me? See All 32:08 $1.29(Available)
9Shape Vs. Buckethead See All 25:40 $1.29(Available)
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10Stun Operator See All 24:15 $1.29(Available)
11Scapula See All 24:04 $1.29(Available)
12Nun Chuka Kata See All 24:28 $1.29(Available)
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Average Rating:4.5 stars
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This CD rocks
Great CD, Les Claypool and Buckethead are two freaks that should make more music together they rock.
By skidrocker_98 (Brampton, Ontario, Canada) Verified Buyer
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Incredible, Stupendous, Over Whelming, Creepy, Mind Blowing etc... This stuff blew me away, Michael Myers, Michael Myers, comin to get you!! Where it stops nobody knows. The Ballad of Buckethead. Sci Fi/Horror meets Rock/Techno and eveything else. is there nothing this half man half chicken can not accomplish with his wooden stick and metal strings. Where it stops nobody knows.
By chazman (Aurora, Co.)
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What the first guy said...
Monsters & Robots songs I love this album. Most people would likely consider this too weird and out there for them to hold it in any moderately high regard, but here are the facts, as I see 'em: Buckethead is frickin insane and this is his masterpiece. I just love hearing how odd and at times, creepy his style is. The only artist in my collection I could compare him to in terms of uniqueness is, rather ironically, Primus. Perhaps it is foolish of me to say if you like this guy you'll like them, but hey... the way I see it, Monsters and Robots is best friends with Pork Soda. I love all of the songs, but the ones that seem to stick out to me (as well as others I have showed him to) are Jump Man, Night of the Slunk, Who Me?, The Shape Vs. Buckethead, and Scalpula. The Ballad, Stick Pit and Nun Chuka Kata are also really good. I would suggest giving this album a try, particularly if you are looking for a CD of his to start with. Unless you're after something mellow; in that case, I'd suggest Colma or Electric Tears. Yeah I like it, it's good.
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Monsters & Robots songs Product Details

CD Universe Part number1382206
LabelEMI Music Distribution
Orig Year1999
Catalog number65194
Release DateNov 16, 1999
ProducerExtrakd; Les Claypool; Pete Scaturro; Rob Beaton; Bill Laswell; Bootsy Collins
EngineerOz Fritz; Robert Musso
Recording Time55 minutes
Additional InfoBonus Track; Japan
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