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How many Buckethead CDs exist these days? Any good sites that provide detailed info on each of them?


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Buckethead was the best thing that happened to GNR after original band broke up!


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He's appeared on close to 150 albums (see link below), over half of them could be classified as "solo" even though they're not officially listed as such.

http://en.wikipedia....ead_discography
ďThatís fucking it! Theyíve gone too far now. Iím joining the fucking army. They are not going to hit KFC, no fucking way! I canít record anymoreóIím joining the army! Now we really are at war!Ē - Buckethead

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Bucket will never come back again he`s obviously pissed at Axl for wasting his potential while being in the band he genuinely wanted to reinvent band`s sound help to establish it as New Guns N`Roses sad but true him and Axl are best contributors on Chinese Democracy by far wait I`m responding to BBA ?
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I personally think that the Bucket/Axl relationship was the best thing that ever happened in GN'R's history but I would have never seen it working having two people of this size in the same band, I mean Buckethead: His not a guitar hero, he's the guitars god, he's from the kind who likes to realese music atleast once a year, and experiments with almost anything, just like Axl
Axl: the crazy men from Rock N' Roll, the one who's seen by many as a lunatic or a genius and the one who keeps everybody waiting for him
Both of them couldn't handle each other for that much time, I'm surprised that Buckethead even lasted 4 years with Guns, but IF they where able to work together under some kind of agreement with eachother, I'm sure we would have the best album from Guns N' Roses, and maybe (and just maybe) the best album from both of them

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Bucket will never come back again he`s obviously pissed at Axl for wasting his potential while being in the band he genuinely wanted to reinvent band`s sound help to establish it as New Guns N`Roses sad but true him and Axl are best contributors on Chinese Democracy by far wait I`m responding to BBA ?

I fully agree with the bold - but you think Bucket thought that highly of the band and wanted to strive to those levels?

Bucket just does his thing.
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he's from the kind who likes to realese music atleast once a year, and experiments with almost anything, just like Axl

Axl doesn't experiment with almost anything at all. He's stuck in the hard rock/industrial genres since he formed GnR.

As for the rest of you - Bucket is NOT a band guy. He's a duo, maybe a trio guy. The reports saying that he thought it was the Bucket & Axl show kind of proved us that.

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Bucket is awesome.
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Yes, he is :)



That is scary to even think about it.

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You know, Shawn Lane sounded like such a nice guy in that video. R.I.P

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http://rateyourmusic...tist/buckethead

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You know, Shawn Lane sounded like such a nice guy in that video. R.I.P

People that knew him described the dude as a really nice guy. Timid guy as well.

He's got a quite sad life story as well.

http://www.fogmagazi...-of-shawn-lane/

This part is interesting...

Moving toward a fusion sound would give Lane the opportunity to spread his wings, fly over uncharted musical waters and further pique his creativity. However, it would further distance himself from widespread acclaim and acceptance. Like all great thinkers, Lane’s focus was always on the quality of the final product, not on its broad acceptance, so this evolution was not something Lane would regret. His musical vision would always come first.

Even if he's not as known as some of the greats, people that mattered knew him...

"I feel very lucky for the Few moments i got to spend with him and they are very special memories. He was by far the greatest guitar player that ever lived. More importantly, he was a great man."


So yes, commercial success does not mean anything. At all. I just wish these retards on these GnR boards could understand this simple concept. Commercial music is meant to sell first, quality comes after that. Quality music is meant to be appreciated - by those who matter.

Edited by Bruno Poeys, 28 December 2012 - 10:17 AM.

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You know, Shawn Lane sounded like such a nice guy in that video. R.I.P

People that knew him described the dude as a really nice guy. Timid guy as well.

He's got a quite sad life story as well.

http://www.fogmagazi...-of-shawn-lane/

This part is interesting...

Moving toward a fusion sound would give Lane the opportunity to spread his wings, fly over uncharted musical waters and further pique his creativity. However, it would further distance himself from widespread acclaim and acceptance. Like all great thinkers, Lane’s focus was always on the quality of the final product, not on its broad acceptance, so this evolution was not something Lane would regret. His musical vision would always come first.

Even if he's not as known as some of the greats, people that mattered knew him...

"I feel very lucky for the Few moments i got to spend with him and they are very special memories. He was by far the greatest guitar player that ever lived. More importantly, he was a great man."


So yes, commercial success does not mean anything. At all. I just wish these retards on these GnR boards could understand this simple concept. Commercial music is meant to sell first, quality comes after that. Quality music is meant to be appreciated - by those who matter.


Great post man

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Just started listening to Bucket's solo stuff. Feel like a kid at Christmas. This guy is mindblowing.


Edited by magisme, 11 March 2013 - 07:46 PM.

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