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Started by DroidHunter13, April 17, 2012, 04:43:42 pm
Quote from: Tempbucketdog on April 21, 2012, 06:08:43 pmI downloaded it, listened through a few times at work yesterday. I dunno... I'm on the fence about this one. IA and 3ftC are still the stand-outs of the pikes series. So far... The rest are just? Well? I can't get into them. I'm the type of guy that doesn't really appreciate something that has to grow on me. My one exception would be blueprints, I was like wtf ? First time through. Now I love that friggin album! It's so playful and random! But it works. After listening to great work such as: PG, EMAC, NTT, GR, ET & BHL2 when I hear stuff that seems quickly thrown together, I just kinda scratch my head and say "whaaat? Really?". But I suppose that's what one would expect from a complete psychotic madman with a bucket on his head Keep up the great work bucket! I get it, you're nuts and that's why we love ya! You're in good company... If it wasn't for the random, experimental and quirky stuff you do, it just wouldn't be the same, the park would be too linear and predictable. But it's a bloody f***ing mess! Hands, heads and entrails everywhere!! Good times! Im damn proud to be a bot!
Quote from: In Search Of The on April 24, 2012, 08:16:57 amAll I know is I want more Pikes!
Quote from: DisembodiedLoaf on April 24, 2012, 02:56:18 amThe comic book idea is great and probably helps with sales. Because you just HAVE to have all of them even if you don't enjoy all of them.
Quote from: X on April 30, 2012, 10:35:14 amHmm, I don't know much about comic books. Yet I don't really see how that forces someone to buy all of them under any circumstance. It's cool to have all of them though, but it's also cool to have all 36 of Buckethead's studio albums too, isn't it? It would be a pretty amazing idea if Buckethead were to write a long song for an album, split it in half, and put the first half as the last track to his next album and the second half as the first track to the following album. That way it's seamless between releases.
Quote from: DisembodiedLoaf on May 03, 2012, 04:56:35 amI think you took that too literally... The series concept might make some people want to collect all of them.