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INBRED MOUNTAIN

Buckethead

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3.77 | 7 ratings | 1 reviews | 0% 5 stars

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Studio Album, released in 2005

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1. In Search of Inbred Mountain (3:26)
2. Johnny Be Slunk (8:42)
3. Lotus Island (6:33)
4. Flock Of Slunks (4:30)
5. Advance To The Summit (6:03)
6. Plastination Station (5:47)
7. Escape From Inbred Mountain (8:21)

Total Time 43:22

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BUCKETHEAD Inbred Mountain ratings distribution


3.77
(7 ratings)
Essential: a masterpiece of rock music(0%)
0%
Excellent addition to any rock music collection(29%)
29%
Good, but non-essential (57%)
57%
Collectors/fans only (14%)
14%
Poor. Only for completionists (0%)
0%

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Review by siLLy puPPy
COLLABORATOR PSIKE & JR/F/Canterbury Teams
4 stars At the closing of the year 2005, the artist known as B-U-C-K-E-T-H-E-A-D released his 16th studio album INBRED MOUNTAIN on Travis Dickerson's fledgling label TDRS Music and continues the mega weirdo hybrid experimentation procedures that had been occurring throughout the chicken lover's heeeeeeeeestory

Experimental music expanded after "Kaleidoscalp" and much furr-thurr into the wEEEEEEIIIIIIIIIIrd and wild musical west as guitars gallop, bass lines bounce, percussive drumbeats detonate and riffs raucously reverberate around a series of sensational sonic possibilities

It's just WEEEEEIIIIIIIIIIRRRDDD i say! Funk guitars mix it up with metal. Flamenco prances where it doesn't belong. DJ electronic percussion beats get all dope in the most inappropriate ways while strange new hitherto possibilities

come

across

as

freakin

WEEiiiirrr D D D

! 1 ! ! ! 2w19 ! ! 1 ! !1 ! !

everYthing CANbhrd hear

there are nursery rhymes: 3 blind mice (1ST track] there is traditional metal chords and riffs [evREEwear) there is funk and soul there is

Basically this is a brilliant excogitation of many elements of music intermingled and forced against their will to perform unthinkable acts together that should be illegal in many states and provinces around the globe but the laws simply haven't kept up with the perverted masterminds of musical prowess who insist on forcing different musical genres to get it on in the most unorthodox procedures and in the process create a vortex into unthinkable alternate realities

OMG! Love it i do but not his best, but excellent non the incest (INBRED MOUNTAIN woo hoo ˙?

oh and BANJOS occur?.. yes they occur in strange fashion . sTRANge inDEEd inDID in.Idoh4

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