Albino Slug

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Albino Slug
Studio album by Buckethead
Released Sept. 17, 2008 (Tour Only)
Dec. 1, 2008 (Worldwide)
Mar. 18, 2009 (Extended)
Nov. 15, 2017 (vinyl)
Recorded 2008
Genre Experimental rock, avant-garde, heavy metal, progressive rock, hard rock
Length 40:09
47:09 (Extended Solo)
Label Hatboxghost Music
Producer Dan "Brewer" Monti
Buckethead chronology
From the Coop
(2008)From the Coop2008
Albino Slug
Slaughterhouse on the Prairie
(2009)Slaughterhouse on the Prairie2009

Albino Slug is the twenty-second studio album by guitarist Buckethead. It is also the fifth album originally only being sold on tour. It is now available for purchase online through TDRS Music.

The announcement of this album came with the confirmation of two other albums featuring Buckethead, The Dragons of Eden and Bolt on Neck by the Frankenstein Brothers (consisting of Buckethead and That 1 Guy):

"Spooner Arks" refers to early Ark producer Charles Spooner.[2]

On March 18, 2009, a seven-minute long solo was added to "Forgotten Trail", and made available with the iTunes release of the album.

The album is being re-released on November 15, 2017 under a new title, new artwork, and will include re-recorded versions of "Redeem Team" and "Siege Engine". A Limited edition version will feature a DVD with live performance of "Redeem Team" or "Siege Engine", a signed and numbered cover, signed photo, poster and sticker.[3]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "The Redeem Team" 5:01
2. "Siege Engine" 8:12
3. "Pink Eye" 3:24
4. "Dawn at the Deuce" 4:17
5. "Flee Flicker" 2:34
6. "Symmetrical Slug" 2:50
7. "The Bight of Benin" 1:36
8. "Fear of Salt" 2:56
9. "Spooner Arks" 2:43
10. "Electric Bell Blanket" 0:54
11. "Tide Pools" 2:44
12. "Shell Substitutions" 1:51
13. "Forgotten Trail" 1:07
Total length: 40:09




  1. ^ "Travis on TDRS Forum". Retrieved December 1, 2011. 
  2. ^ "History of Fairs - Miscellaneous Articles - Orton and Spooner :: National Fairground Archive". Archived from the original on September 29, 2011. Retrieved December 1, 2011. 
  3. ^ "The Album Formerly Known as "Albino Slug" Vinyl Edition Pre Order". Buckethead Pikes. Retrieved June 26, 2017. 

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