Captain EO's Voyage

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Captain EO's Voyage
Studio album by Buckethead
Released October 20, 2010 (digital)
November 29, 2010 (physical)
Genre Psychedelic rock, ambient, progressive rock, experimental rock, post-rock
Length 41:34
Label Hatboxghost Music
Producer Dan Monti
Buckethead chronology
Spinal Clock
(2010)
Captain EO's Voyage
(2010)
3 Foot Clearance
(2010)

Captain EO's Voyage is the twenty-ninth studio album released by guitarist Buckethead. The album's title is a reference to Michael Jackson's movie Captain EO. It is not the first time Jackson has been referenced; Buckethead released the track "The Return of Captain EO" on the album A Real Diamond in the Rough in 2009, and a notable song dedicated to the death of Jackson titled "The Homing Beacon."

The album was first made available only as a download through iTunes, but 2 days after the release it was announced that the album would be released on CD through TDRS Music. It is also the first solo release since Kaleidoscalp (2005) that has not been released first through TDRS. The pre-order of the album, along with Left Hanging, started on October 29 with a tentative release of December 1.[1] Eventually, the CD was released on November 29.[2]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Captain EO's Voyage"   3:28
2. "Light"   3:49
3. "Infinity Appears"   3:24
4. "Stained Glass Hill"   2:39
5. "Trails of Moondust"   3:38
6. "Star Chasing"   2:56
7. "Dancing the Dream"   3:47
8. "The Siphoning Sequence"   3:54
9. "Chase the Darkness Out"   3:06
10. "Backwards Footprint"   1:56
11. "Tarantula Crossing"   5:24
12. "Tears in the Mirror"   3:33
Total length:
41:34

Notes[edit]

  • Stained Glass Hill has exactly the same beat from track 4 on disc 5 of Buckethead's 2007 box set In Search of The.
  • Backwards Footprint has exactly the same beat from track 2 on disc 10, also from In Search of The.

Credits[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Pre-order page on TDRS Music". Travisdickersonmusic.com. Retrieved 2011-11-10. 
  2. ^ "Travis Dickerson Recording Studios Forum - Index". Tdrsmusic.com. Retrieved 2011-11-10.