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Buckethead - Untitled #15

(Day Three) I have decided to do a chronological Buckethead Pike Series listen through. If anyone is interested I will be posting them as I listen to them over the next week or two. If anyone isn’t quite familiar, Buckethead has released 72 Pike albums since 2011. That is an insane amount of material to record and release in the span of 3 1/2 years!

Buckethead - The Mark of Davis #14

(Day Two) I have decided to do a chronological Buckethead Pike Series listen through. If anyone is interested I will be posting them as I listen to them over the next week or two. If anyone isn’t quite familiar, Buckethead has released 72 Pike albums since 2011. That is an insane amount of material to record and release in the span of 3 1/2 years!

EDIT: A real departure from the more melodic Pike 13, really rocks and some great funks bass lines. Kind of experimental. A good listen overall…

Buckethead - Untitled #13

(Day Two) I have decided to do a chronological Buckethead Pike Series listen through. If anyone is interested I will be posting them as I listen to them over the next week or two. If anyone isn’t quite familiar, Buckethead has released 72 Pike albums since 2011. That is an insane amount of material to record and release in the span of 3 1/2 years!

EDIT: This is the only Pike with Buckethead real face on the cover hugging his dad.
A melodic beginning. It keeps that mellow melodic feel through the album. Very nice relaxing music.

Buckethead - Propellar #12

(Day Two) I have decided to do a chronological Buckethead Pike Series listen through. If anyone is interested I will be posting them as I listen to them over the next week or two. If anyone isn’t quite familiar, Buckethead has released 72 Pike albums since 2011. That is an insane amount of material to record and release in the span of 3 1/2 years!

EDIT: Some really great moments on this one. Not the most exciting Pike, but not bad either.

Buckethead - The Forgotten Library #11

(Day Two) I have decided to do a chronological Buckethead Pike Series listen through. If anyone is interested I will be posting them as I listen to them over the next week or two. If anyone isn’t quite familiar, Buckethead has released 72 Pike albums since 2011. That is an insane amount of material to record and release in the span of 3 1/2 years!

EDIT: This on goes back and forth between melodic acoustic sounding guitar and speed metal blasting through a flaming electric guitar!

Buckethead - The Silent Picture Book #10

(Day Two) I have decided to do a chronological Buckethead Pike Series listen through. If anyone is interested I will be posting them as I listen to them over the next week or two. If anyone isn’t quite familiar, Buckethead has released 72 Pike albums since 2011. That is an insane amount of material to record and release in the span of 3 1/2 years!

EDIT: The worst part of this album is that it followed March of the Slunks, so after that it was a bit of a let down, still technically good of course, but missing that cohesive idea.

Buckethead - March of the Slunks #9

(Day Two) I have decided to do a chronological Buckethead Pike Series listen through. If anyone is interested I will be posting them as I listen to them over the next week or two. If anyone isn’t quite familiar, Buckethead has released 72 Pike albums since 2011. That is an insane amount of material to record and release in the span of 3 1/2 years!

EDIT: This is one of the most popular Pikes, and for good reason. Bucket has a lot of things going on in this one. It’s really a blend of all that he has to offer. Experimental and yet very cohesive, MOTS is fun and entertaining.

babybungle:

hot

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Buckethead - Racks #8

I have decided to do a chronological Buckethead Pike Series listen through. If anyone is interested I will be posting them as I listen to them over the next week or two. If anyone isn’t quite familiar, Buckethead has released 72 Pike albums since 2011. That is an insane amount of material to record and release in the span of 3 1/2 years!

EDIT: One of the shorter Pikes but filled with melodic amazing songs. Definitely in the top of my list so far!

I made it through 8 Pikes today, so it looks like I may make it through the series in about 10 days.

Buckethead - The Shores of Molokai #7

I have decided to do a chronological Buckethead Pike Series listen through. If anyone is interested I will be posting them as I listen to them over the next week or two. If anyone isn’t quite familiar, Buckethead has released 72 Pike albums since 2011. That is an insane amount of material to record and release in the span of 3 1/2 years!

EDIT: This one is brutal. A non-stop barrage…damn! Really a great album full of exciting songs, this would put any metal band to shame…

Buckethead - Balloon Cement #6

I have decided to do a chronological Buckethead Pike Series listen through. If anyone is interested I will be posting them as I listen to them over the next week or two. If anyone isn’t quite familiar, Buckethead has released 72 Pike albums since 2011. That is an insane amount of material to record and release in the span of 3 1/2 years!

EDIT: Maybe my least favorite Pike so far. Technically amazing but not much emotion.

Buckethead - Look Up There #5

I have decided to do a chronological Buckethead Pike Series listen through. If anyone is interested I will be posting them as I listen to them over the next week or two. If anyone isn’t quite familiar, Buckethead has released 72 Pike albums since 2011. That is an insane amount of material to record and release in the span of 3 1/2 years!

EDIT: This one start out with Golden Eyes which is a traditional Buckethead track but around the 11:30 mark it goes into Look Up There.

Look Up There is a sweeping journey of a song, it transports you on waves of sublime guitar notes. 

I really love this Pike…

Buckethead -Underground Chamber Pike #4

I have decided to do a chronological Buckethead Pike Series listen through. If anyone is interested I will be posting them as I listen to them over the next week or two. If anyone isn’t quite familiar, Buckethead has released 72 Pike albums since 2011. That is an insane amount of material to record and release in the span of 3 1/2 years!

EDIT: Underground is probably the most experimental album in the series so far. Enjoyable enough if you want to stimulate some brain activity. :)

Buckethead - 3 Foot Clearance #3

I have decided to do a chronological Buckethead Pike Series listen through. If anyone is interested I will be posting them as I listen to them over the next week or two. If anyone isn’t quite familiar, Buckethead has released 72 Pike albums since 2011. That is an insane amount of material to record and release in the span of 3 1/2 years!

EDIT: So far this is my favorite in the series, a little less experimentation and more familiar song structures. Really loving Ballad of Jerry Mono.The album really drives the whole way through, not a dull moment!

Buckethead - Empty Space Pike #2

I have decided to do a chronological Buckethead Pike Series listen through. If anyone is interested I will be posting them as I listen to them over the next week or two. If anyone isn’t quite familiar, Buckethead has released 72 Pike albums since 2011. That is an insane amount of material to record and release in the span of 3 1/2 years!

EDIT: There is a lot of experimentation on this album, some parts I really loved, some were not as interesting. But the one thing you can see on this album is Bucketheads speed and precision.