Nevertheless, after return from injury, on July 15, , Buckethead, along with Brain and Melissa Reese, has released the first volume out of three 5-CD box sets called Best Regards. On August 25, , Buckethead announced his 28th studio album titled Spinal Clock , which showcases his banjo skills.
In October, two albums in collaboration with Brain were released, the first called Brain as Hamenoodle , and the second installment of the "Regards" series with Brain and Melissa Reese called, Kind Regards. Eventually, both projects were released on October It was later announced that a physical edition will be released on December 1.
The albums released within this concept were to resemble a comic book style and be shorter in length than his previous works at around half an hour in length. Buckethead left Praxis in , the Frankenstein Brothers in , and Brain in He contributed to two tracks on Lawson Rollins 's album Elevation in Notably, the cover of Pike 13 contains a photograph of Buckethead unmasked; the first such image released to the public.
The cover of Pike 13 does not feature the common elements of the Pikes series, and is simply a photograph of Buckethead during his teenage years, carrying an acoustic guitar and hugging his father. Buckethead continued to release albums throughout the year, breaking the numerical order occasionally for example, Pike 34 Pikes was released three weeks after Pike 35 Thank you Ohlinger's.
The final album of the year Wishes was released on December 24, free of charge for a limited time. During , Buckethead continued releasing albums at an even faster pace. Sixty albums were released throughout the year, averaging one album every six days. Buckethead's release schedule increased in speed again, almost doubling his output during The th release in the series and th overall, Heaven is your Home For my Father, Thomas Manley Carroll , was released free on June 21 Father's Day and in dedication to his late father.
On October 1, Buckethead started The Silver Shamrock Series , a Halloween-themed series in which the guitarist released one dark ambient album per day. The last album of the year was Pike , "Rain Drops on Christmas". The album originally released as a free digital download on December 24 Christmas Eve , included a dedication "to those who lost loved ones" in the title track.
Throughout , Buckethead's release output declined sharply, with only 24 albums being released. In addition, Buckethead began to repress part of his older catalogue in vinyl format, the first time in over a decade that his albums have been pressed in a physical format other than CD.
Several reissues come in a variety of different packages, unique to each release. Some of these included signed copies, limited-edition posters or photographs, personalized recordings, among other things. As part of these reissues, the albums Albino Slug and Decoding the Tombs of Bansheebot underwent major changes with songs being re-recorded, and their album cover and title changed as well.
Pike "Sparks in the Dark" has also been announced on vinyl. Also announced was the release of "Bucketheadland ", an entirely new album to be released on Halloween exclusively on vinyl.
It is the first album since 's Electric Sea not to be a part of the Pike series. In addition to his musical influences, Buckethead cites a diverse range of non-musical influences manifested on several ways out of which dedicated songs to said inspirations have been a staple of Buckethead's discography with particular attention to basketball players like Michael Jordan songs " Jordan " and " Jump Man ", album "Happy Birthday MJ 23" , George Gervin on "Iceman" , Blake Griffin on "Crack the Sky" and "Griffin's Spike" , "Pistol" Pete Maravich on "The Mark of Davis" , LeBron James with four songs dedicated to him , and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar album "Kareem's Footprint".
Other influences include martial artist and actor Bruce Lee on "The Game of Death" song and inspiration behind the use of nunchakus on stage , author H.
The Texas Chain Saw Massacre franchise of movies is also a big inspiration to him and he has written many songs such as Jowls, which are heavily inspired by those movies. Buckethead has released 31 regular solo albums, as well as albums in the "Pikes Series", for albums overall. Buckethead Pikes are mini-albums, with of them released since They have an average runtime of 30 minutes.
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