Travis and Buckethead hooked me up... I bought Spinal Clock as a regular issued cd and got one that was numbered. So I expressed to Travis how cool it was to send me one that was numbered but he shot me down and said that it got sent to me on accident. As a good person should, I sent back the numbered copy so that the person who bought it could actually have it. Then a few weeks later I get a new copy that has been signed! No number but I don't care because the story and the signed copy is much better.
So i just got this in the mail... still no 21 or 22... and its just a white cover like the other LE Pikes but only signed and numbered (225 so lucky that I didn't miss this one) with no art. How about you guys? the same thing?
IMG This just blew me away! Usually I can hear influences from other material he has recorded, but this one is A Diamond in the Rough! So much emotion on every song! It's so good and I really mean that. Give it some time and this recording could be my favorite beating Colma. WOW!
GET THIS NOW!!!! I have a feeling that the cover will change so it will be like a LE in the long run. GET THIS NOW!!!!
Yes, I agree seeing Buckethead with an IPOD or not is a great experience... and I'm sorry you haven't had the chance to see him. I loved the first time I saw him but was bummed the second time because it was more of the same.
Just to answer the Metallica question 468 shows this millennium.
I'm just glad that Buckethead is a leader in releasing new material... could you imagine him only releasing a CD every 5 years like Metallica because of touring. LAME!
I know my opinion is not shared by allot of you guys, but I would rather Buckethead stay home and write new stuff all day long and then record it, than to have him on the road playing mostly the same songs he always does with an IPOD.
I am highly influenced by Buckethead's ability to crank out new stuff! How cool it is to get a new CD and listen to it everyday and by the time the songs are worn out, there is a new one in my mailbox ready for me to explore the soundscapes. I wish my music creations flowed so easily.