Bermuda Triangle

Bermuda Triangle

Bermuda Triangle
Álbum de Buckethead
Publicación 23 de julio de 2002
Género(s) Música electrónica
Noise Rock
Duración 48:43
Discográfica Catalyst
Calificaciones profesionales

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Cronología de Buckethead

Funnel Weaver
(2002)

Bermuda Triangle

Electric Tears
(2002)

Bermuda Triangle es el octavo álbum del guitarrista Buckethead, lanzado en el año 2002.
Esta catalogado como electronico ya que consta con la colaboración de Extrakd, quien fue el productor del álbum.

Canciones

  1. Intro – 0:34
  2. Davy Jones Locker – 0:56
  3. Flight 19 – 1:48
  4. Mausoleum Door – 3:29
  5. Sea of Expanding Shapes – 4:24
  6. The Triangle Part 1: Extrakd – 1:16
  7. Bionic Fog – 2:01
  8. Forbidden Zone – 2:15
  9. Telegraph Land Of The Crispies – 1:53
  10. Pullin The Heavy – 2:55
  11. Phantom Lights – 2:38
  12. Jabbar On Alcatrazz Avenue – 3:18
  13. Beestro Fowler – 3:01
  14. Splintered Triplet – 2:36
  15. Whatevas – 2:15
  16. Sucked Under – 4:22
  17. Isle of Dead – 3:14
  18. The Triangle Part II – 3:19
  19. 911 – 3:18

Creditos

  • Buckethead - Todas las guitarras y bajos salvo por:
  • Bobafett - bajo en la canción 16
  • clicker - bajo en la canción 11
  • Brain - percusion en la canción 3
  • todos los bajos MPC 3000, los tornamesas SH101 y SP808 fueron tocados por Extrakd
  • Producidos y mesclados por Extrakd
  • Grafías por P-Sticks y Flavor Innovator.com
  • Productor ejecutivo Pale Ryder/Snow Peas
  • Extrakd agradece a:

Buckethead, J Free, Brain, D Styles, House, Dr. Ware, MIRV, Barney, P-Sticks, Bobafett, EDDIE DEF, Catalyst, Gonervill.

  • Buckethead agradece a:

Su familia, Big D, Bill Walton, Brain, Extrakd, P-Sticks, Jon Freeman, Ed Shakey, Maximum Bob, Dr. Arlo Gordin.

Véase también

Obtenido de "Bermuda Triangle"

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