The Elephant Man's Alarm Clock is the seventeenth studio album by Buckethead, originally released as his third tour only CD, until it was made available widely through TDRS Music. Along with the album Crime Slunk Scene, this album went out of print in early February of 2012, and has yet to be repressed.
Track 13, "Fizzy Lipton Drinks", is a reference to Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory's "Fizzy-Lifting Drinks". "FLD" ends at 3:14 followed by silence until 6:16 at which point an unnamed hidden track begins and leads to the end of the album.
The entire album is instrumental (per usual Buckethead), however a small interesting fact is that at approx. 3:45 of "Bird With a Hole in the Stomach", Bootsy Collins can be heard in the background yelling "Hit Me!", followed by a funky bass breakdown. These are the only "lyrics" on the album. This same clip of Bootsy Collin's voice can be found on the song "Digger's Den" on the Bucketheadland 2 album.