Bucketheadland 2

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Bucketheadland 2
Studio album by Buckethead
Released October 14, 2003
Genre Industrial metal, experimental, spoken word
Length 58:24
Label ION
Producer Dan Monti
Buckethead chronology
Electric Tears
Bucketheadland 2
Island of Lost Minds
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars[1]
Wilson & Alroy 2.5/5 stars [2]
Musique Machine 5/5 stars[3]

Bucketheadland 2 is Buckethead's tenth studio album. Released in 2003, Bucketheadland 2 is the sequel to Buckethead's debut album, Bucketheadland, a concept album about a fictional "abusement" park.

The album was nominated for the 2004 Shortlist Music Prize.[4]

Track listing[edit]

All songs written and composed by Buckethead and Dan Monti. 

No. Title Length
1. "Welcome"   0:13
2. "Slaughter Zone Entrance"   0:11
3. "The Cobra's Hood"   2:58
4. "Transportation Options"   0:51
5. "Machete Mirage"   3:01
6. "Slaughter Buddies Outside the Revenge Wedge"   0:21
7. "We Cannot Guarantee Bodily Harm"   0:17
8. "John Merrick - Elephant Man Bones Explosion"   4:53
9. "Taxidermy Tots"   0:23
10. "Bloody Rainbow Spiraling Sherbert Scoop"   2:55
11. "Can You Get Past Albert?"   0:27
12. "Vladimir Pockets' Incredible Bloated Slunk Show"   3:10
13. "The Ballad of the Inside-Out Face"   1:05
14. "The Battery Cage Brawls (Cage Announcer: The Ghost of Abraham Lincoln; Winner Has to Eat His Way Out)"   2:18
15. "Ferris Wheel Apology"   0:08
16. "Can You Help Me?"   1:02
17. "Grimm's Sponsorship"   0:14
18. "Realistic Coop Replica"   0:42
19. "Frozen Brains Tell No Tales"   5:33
20. "Rooster Landing (1st Movement) / Lime Time (2nd Movement)"   2:35
21. "Two Pints"   0:27
22. "Health & Safety Advisory"   2:14
23. "Digger's Den"   3:13
24. "One-Way Ticket to Grab Bag Alley"   0:46
25. "Fun for You"   1:03
26. "Carpal Tunnel Tomb Torker"   3:35
27. "Today's Schedule"   0:08
28. "The Corpse Plower"   3:20
29. "Unemployment Blues"   2:05
30. "Slaughter Zone Exit"   8:16
Total length:


  • Track 19, "Frozen Brains Tell No Tales", uses the same exclamation at 0:57 that is used in track 5, "Want Some Slaw?", from Buckethead's second album, "Giant Robot.
  • Track 23, Digger's Den, has a brief exclamation around 0:09 of Bootsy Collins saying "Hit me" which is sampled in the song Bird With A Hole In The Stomach off of Buckethead's 2006 album, The Elephant Man's Alarm Clock.
  • Track 26, Carpal Tunnel Tomb Torker, features Bootsy Collins exclaiming "I'm Cocoa for Cuckoo Puffs!" On Bucketheadland, Bootsy is similarly heard singing the jingle for Sugar Crisp.
  • Track 30, Slaughter Zone Exit contains a few hidden tracks after random intervals of silence, including many of the spoken word pieces heard throughout the album.
  • The tracks Slaughter Zone Entrance and Slaughter Zone Exit would be later used in the track The Ravines of Falsehood on Buckethead's 2004 album, The Cuckoo Clocks of Hell.
  • It is possible that the reason for the hidden tracks and silence in the final track are due to the fact that Buckethead wanted the longest track on the album to be exactly 8:16. This is probably because the longest track on Bucketheadland (Computer Master) is 8:16. This would make the two longest tracks from his debut and the 10th anniversary sequel the same length.


  • Taxidermy, production, 6-string wedge & pieces by Buckethead.
  • Co-produced, co-written, mixed, engineered and programmed by Dan Monti.
  • Recorded at the Coop & the Del Rey Brewer Factory.
  • Voices: Bootsy Collins, Li'l Littles, Keystone Brewer, Bill Monti [the Towel], P-Sticks, Albert.
  • Additional drums: Brain.
  • Mechanical morgue: Dead.
  • Ferris Wheel [Page 1]: P-Sticks.
  • Artwork, dialogue & research: Bryan Theiss for Frankenseuss Animatronics.
  • Buckethead memorabilia courtesy of the Ronald L. Witherspoon Collection.
  • Special thanks: Bootsy, Norm, Li'l Littles, Keystone Brewer, Bill the Towel, P-Sticks, Brain, Dan Monti, Frankenseuss.
  • Executive producer: Norman Isaacs.


  1. ^ "Buckethead 2". Allmusic. Retrieved February 8, 2012. 
  2. ^ "Buckethead and Praxis". Warr.org. Retrieved 2012-02-09. 
  3. ^ "Buckethead - Bucketheadland 2". Musique Machine. November 13, 2003. Retrieved April 18, 2014. 
  4. ^ [1][dead link]