SO, this past Sunday I went to my sisters dance performance at a local arts center. Lots of different dance styles lots of different music, including Carpal Tunnel Slug off of Pepper\'s Ghost! Yeah I was stoked too!
the dance piece that accompanied the track was titled "martial arts flick", and how appropriately awesome it was!
the dance involved four white ninjas (while being observed by their master) battling a giant 6\'7" or so raging drunken Master with long shaggy hair . There were bo staffs, crippling pinches, death touches, the whole bit!
My sis had no idea it was Big B. One of the coolest surprises! .
I have never purchased a Buckethead/Viggo album, I know it\'s hard to recommend music for other people but are there any particular ones that I should check out. I heard a lot of it is pretty light and ambient with a lot of sound effects thrown in. I\'d appreciate any info or input anyone has any summaries of what each album is like
A couple of poor souls on eBay are bidding for Buckethead\'s live CDs produced by CDOD live. Currently the high bid for the Langerado live set is $100 and the Mishawaka set is around $40-$50. Both of the CD sets are still for sale directly from CDODlive.com for $17.99
I recently purchased both of these a couple of months ago.
This is the same seller who is selling how now brown cow on eBay currently as well.
i was wondering why somewhere over the slaughterhouse had not been reissued considering it is available in the download store, along with day of the robot. Any chance of that ever happening Travis ol\' buddy ol\' pal
i\'m not hear to bash maximum bob, everyone is entitled to their own creative notions and expressions....... but holy shit. i just bought the dawn of the deli creeps cd and man do i wish i could just eliminate the vocal trax. cut my ears off. THE MUSIC IS AWESOME THO ( minus any spoken word whatsoever) let me know if anyone else feels the same way