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The Cuckoo Clocks of Hell
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Album: The Cuckoo Clocks of Hell
# Song Title   Time
1)    Descent of the Damned
2)    Spokes for the Wheel of Torment
3)    Arc of the Pendulum
4)    Fountains of the Forgotten
5)    Treeman, The
6)    Pylegathon
7)    Traveling Morgue
8)    One Tooth of the Time Train
9)    Bedlam's Bluff
10)    Beaten With Sledges
11)    Woods of Suicides
12)    Yellowed Hide
13)    Moths to Flame
14)    Ravines of Falsehood, The
15)    Black Forest, The
16)    Haven of Black Tar Pitch
17)    Escape Wheel, The
 

Album: The Cuckoo Clocks of Hell
# Song Title   Time
1)    Descent of the Damned
2)    Spokes for the Wheel of Torment
3)    Arc of the Pendulum
4)    Fountains of the Forgotten
5)    Treeman, The
6)    Pylegathon
7)    Traveling Morgue
8)    One Tooth of the Time Train
9)    Bedlam's Bluff
10)    Beaten With Sledges
11)    Woods of Suicides
12)    Yellowed Hide
13)    Moths to Flame
14)    Ravines of Falsehood, The
15)    Black Forest, The
16)    Haven of Black Tar Pitch
17)    Escape Wheel, The
 
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  • Personnel: Brian (drums); Dan Monti (programming).
  • Audio Mixer: Dan Monti.
  • Cuckoo Clocks of Hell is a full return to Buckethead's blistering, super-heavy guitar heroics after releases that focused on different parts of his multiple musical personalities. That may please the heavy shredder fans, but the relentless pummeling beats can get a bit tiresome. There's no doubting Buckethead's virtuosity, but this album starts to sound like a series of exercises after a while. It's only about two-thirds of the way in, when he slows things down a bit and opens up the form on songs like "Woods of Suicide," "Yellowed Hide," and "The Black Forest," that one starts to hear the scope of Buckethead's abilities. Fans of his heaviest guitar work will enjoy Cuckoo Clocks of Hell, but there are much more interesting albums in Buckethead's discography. ~ Sean Westergaard
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