Island of Lost Minds

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Island of Lost Minds
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Studio album by Buckethead
Released March 19, 2004 (Re-released Feb 16 2006) [1]
Genre Experimental metal
Length 47:32
Label Bucketheadland Parks
Producer Dan Monti
Buckethead chronology
Bucketheadland 2
(2003)
Island of Lost Minds
(2004)
Population Override
(2004)
Alternative Cover
Re-release Cover
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Wilson & Alroy 3/5 stars [2]

Island of Lost Minds is the eleventh studio album by Buckethead, as well as his first tour only album. The album is now out of print and highly sought after.

The album is experimental, in that, it displays Buckethead's wide usage of pinch harmonics, pick scraping, tremolo picking, high fret picking, vibrato and other atonal sound effects. Being one of his most avant-garde works to date, the songs on the album feature little structure and lots of sound experimentation.[citation needed]

Track listing[edit]

No. Title Length
1. "Island of Lost Minds"   3:32
2. "Shock Therapy Side Show"   3:15
3. "Dream Darts"   5:25
4. "Vacuum Tube Implant"   3:36
5. "Skull Scrape"   3:42
6. "Ice Pick Through Eyes"   2:49
7. "Four-Sided Triangle"   2:24
8. "Korova Binge Bar"   5:31
9. "Bruised Eye Sockets"   2:08
10. "Mud of the Gutter"   3:09
11. "The Cuckoo Parade"   4:35
12. "Viravax"   3:54
13. "Lobotomizer (Scariest Rollercoaster of All Time)"   3:32
Total length:
47:32

Notes[edit]

  • "Korova Binge Bar" is a reference to A Clockwork Orange.
  • The style of the album is closely linked with Cuckoo Clocks of Hell, which was released in the same year.
  • The album title "Island of Lost Minds," is most likely a play on the name of the 1933 film Island of Lost Souls.

Credits[edit]

  • Drums: Del Rey Brewer.
  • Produced, recorded and mixed by Dan Monti.
  • Recorded at Buckethead's coop and the Del Rey brewer factory.
  • Special thanks to the Towel for support.
  • Artwork by Bryan Theiss for Frankenseuss lobotomy drill repair.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Travis Dickerson Recording Studios Forum - Anatomize update". Tdrsmusic.com. Retrieved 2010-12-12. 
  2. ^ "Buckethead and Praxis". Warr.org. Retrieved 2012-02-25.