|Kojack13 - 2010-07-08 |
Well I sure got something out of that
|kwash - 2010-07-08 |
Ladies and gentlemen, the man who brought you the Power Rangers theme.
Actually, apparently I was mistaken. Someone deduct me 5 internets.
Half-right; he did the theme to the Power Rangers movie.
|rustedmutt - 2010-07-08 |
|PANDAR - 2010-07-09 |
woah........A lot of layers of disguises/alternate personalities there. I would really love to know what the fellas like behind the bucket and severed head. I bet he's shy, likes Edgar Allen Poe, and graphic novels and probably had some kind of negative experience with a music teacher in his youth.
|MrBuddy - 2010-07-09 |
Yup, that's Buckethead alright.
|Candlejackv616 - 2010-07-09 |
He left "GnR" because of their inability to complete an album or tour, so five for that.
|Syd Midnight - 2010-07-09 |
I remember his guitar lessons in magazines being exactly like this, but in words and tab. He's always been like this.
|athodyd - 2010-07-09 |
ALL STRINGS ARE TUNED TO NOTES
A S A T T N
|morva - 2010-07-09 |
A dupe, surely..?
Anyway, BucketHead rules.
|chumbucket - 2010-07-09 |
the added saliva slurping makes this all the more fascinating
|pineapplejuicer - 2010-07-09 |
i don't really like buckethead or electric wanking in general (i'm one of those unbearable john fahey fans) but there is simply no arguing with this.
|memedumpster - 2010-07-09 |
Buckethead reminds us all of that wonderful feeling we used to get as kids when we pondered how awesome it would be to have a friend who was a robot, or be a robot, before the modern world made us fear these things.
Buckethead is the only robot who isn't evil.
There are a lot worse ways to end up than being the severed head pal of a robot like Buckethead.
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