Buckethead – It’s Alive (2011)
Label: Hatboxghost | MP3 320Kbps | 31:10min | 08 track | 69 MB
It's Alive is the thirty-first studio album by guitarist Buckethead. Its the first in an upcoming series of albums collectively named "Buckethead Pikes", after the kiosk inside Bucketheadland that sells albums not yet available at the regular store. It is currently unknown how many albums are due to appear in the series.
The album was announced and released on May 15th 2011 through the board of Buckethead's site, making this the first album since Kaleidoscalp (2005) to be advertised on the site. Along with the announcement, samples from most of the tracks from the album were made available, excluding samples from the tracks "Peeling Out" and "Barnyard Banties".
The album features two tracks originally released for free on Buckethead's website. The track "Crack the Sky", dedicated to basketball player Blake Griffin, was originally released on February 17th 2011. "Lebrontron", the fourth Buckethead track dedicated to Lebron James, was originally posted on March 10th 2011.
With the total length of the album being 31:10, this is Buckethead's shortest studio album.
As of May 16th, the album has not been released in the regular storeTracklist:
01 – Lebrontron
02 – Tonka
03 – Peeling Out
04 – Barnyard Banties
05 – Crack The Sky
06 – The Hatch
07 – Brooding Peeps
08 – Picking The Feathers