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Quote from: kroak on February 10, 2012, 11:48:43 pm
I'm Klaus Kroak, a performing and recording artist in the UK. I'm greatly inspired by Buckethead and would like to introduce my work to you all. I'm not a clone of Buckethead, as I employ a progressive approach in a hope to define my own style. Check out my latest project, The Comic Horrors, right here:
Thanks for your time. All the best from the UK.
QuoteI hate to say this, but... I\'m a bit underwhelmed with electric sea. There are one or 2 tracks that stand out. But the lack of structure, composition and little to no climax really bore me. 2 chord songs with improv with 1 or 2 changes are not really moving. I found myself fast forwarding through tracks to find something captivating. Electric tears has a similar essence but is far better in terms of feeling.
Id like to see buckethead spend more than a month or 2 creating an album. Masterpieces take a long time to create. This very well could have been a masterpiece with more effort, but falls short.
Still love ya buck, you have music that makes time stand still. Unfortunately this one doesn\'t...
QuoteI must confess. I haven\'t bought a buckethead cd in two years. The most i used to wait was two weeks.
QuoteTo me, LuT sounds nothing like Colma or ET. Golden Eyes sounds pretty fresh, kind of like rock mixed with electronic. I can\'t quite put my finger on the beat or guitar. Well, guitar sounds like older songs, but nothing particular.
The title track starts out with some ARDITR-type stuff and goes into some very SBTS-esque riffs. They remind me of that album\'s title track. How it starts out minor and goes major. Very similar moods and riffs to Shadows between the Sky there. As for CEV influence, there are some spacy sounds on Look up There as well as a similar improv-type style.
QuoteAt this point I don\'t even mind if it isn\'t England he visits. He could literally go anywhere in Europe and I would fly out to see him.