Kind Regards (album)

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Kind Regards
Box set by Buckethead, Brain & Melissa Reese
Released October 13, 2010 (2010-10-13)
Genre Experimental rock
Length 1:51:34
Label TDRS Music
Buckethead, Brain & Melissa Reese chronology
Best Regards
(2010)
Kind Regards
(2010)

Kind Regards is a 3-CD set released by Buckethead, Bryan "Brain" Mantia and Melissa Reese. It was slated for release on October 15, 2010 but was released 2 days before the contemplated date. This is also the second volume (out of 3) of the "Regards" collection. Although it was first stated that the three volumes would have five disks each, this volume contains just three disks.[1]

Contrary to the first volume of the collection, Best Regards, This release is not a limited edition and comes in disk jackets. Also, contrary to popular belief, the CDs are not named for each of the artists who collaborated in this release (Buckethead, Brain, and Melissa) but the disk jackets are labeled that way creating such confusion.[2]

The set was announced along with another Brain and Buckethead collaboration called Brain as Hamenoodle.

Track listing[edit]

CD 1:

No. Title Length
1. "Authentic Uncle"   1:40
2. "After Hours"   8:47
3. "Children at Play"   7:09
4. "Corn Thins"   2:27
5. "Dungeness Crab"   4:18
6. "May You Help Me?"   1:37
7. "No Idea"   3:22
8. "Pop Chip"   2:57
9. "Team Garcia"   4:56
10. "Zit Ricken"   2:34
Total length:
39:47

CD 2:

No. Title Length
1. "Gonervill PT 1"   2:56
2. "Gonervill PT 2"   3:34
3. "Gonervill PT 3"   5:04
4. "Gonervill PT 4"   11:55
5. "Gonervill PT 5"   4:29
6. "Gonervill PT 6"   4:23
7. "PowPowPow"   3:47
Total length:
36:08

CD 3:

No. Title Length
1. "Bug Spray"   11:39
2. "Joan"   1:48
3. "Pac Man"   1:33
4. "Pea Body"   2:05
5. "Peak"   3:10
6. "The Jerk"   7:24
7. "Weird One"   2:37
8. "Year of the Dragon"   0:58
9. "Your Boy"   2:32
10. "Zico"   1:53
Total length:
35:39

Credits[edit]

  • Buckethead - Guitar
  • Brain - Drums, and Keyboards
  • Melissa Reese - Keyboards, and Percussion

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.brainandmelissa.com/
  2. ^ Travis Dickerson from TDRS Music explains the lack of name to each CD

External links[edit]