Somewhere Over The Slaughterhouse
"Somewhere Over The Slaughterhouse" is Buckethead's unique mixture of heavy and shredding guitars with electronica, hip-hop, techno, trance, and other various and sundry beat-oriented genres. The music itself can be literally hypnotic at times, with metallic heavy rhythm guitars framing some creative sound happenings, where, like a good horror movie, you're never sure what's going to pop out next. There is plenty of good-old-fashioned shredding to go along with all of Buckethead's alternatively bizarre and creative soundscapes - he puts the guitar at the center of it all - and if this music doesn't jar some life into you, check your pulse!
|00:38||Somewhere Over The Slaughterhouse||Instrumental|
|04:43||Pin Bones And Poultry||Instrumental|
|07:26||Day Of The Ulcer||Instrumental|
|03:20||You Like Headcheese?||Instrumental|
|05:16||You Like This Face||Instrumental|
|03:03||Wires And Clips||Instrumental|
|01:47||Conveyor Belt Blues||Instrumental|
|Buckethead||Guitars, All Instruments, Production|
|P-Sticks||Artwork, Couple Beats, Sonic Slaughter Tape Manipulations|
|JD Treggiari||Box O Guts Photography|
|Recorded at Pilos Loft, in the Kitchen, and song three recorded at Travis Dickerson's Recording Studio. Some guitars recorded there too.
Mastered at Travis Dickerson's Recording Studio, Chatsworth, CA.
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