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Monsters and Robots
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Name Monsters and Robots
Artist Buckethead
Type Album
Released April 20, 1999
Recorded 1998-1999
Genre(s) Experimental rock, funk metal
Length 50:54
Label(s) Higher Octave
Producer(s) Pete Scaturro, Les Claypool, Extrakd, Bill Laswell
Professional reviews
*All Music Guide 4 stars link
  • Wilson & Alroy 4 stars link
Buckethead album chronology
Colma
(1998)
Monsters and Robots
(1999)
KFC Skin Piles
(2001)

Monsters and Robots is Buckethead's fifth album, released April 20 1999, by Higher Octave records. A large part of the album was co-written with Les Claypool, who also plays bass on several tracks and lends his vocals to the track "The Ballad of Buckethead".

Track listingEdit

  1. "Jump Man" – 4:21
  2. "Stick Pit" – 3:40
  3. "The Ballad of Buckethead" – 3:59
  4. "Sow Thistle" – 4:30
  5. "Revenge of the Double-Man" – 3:34
    • "Revenge of the Double-Man" uses samples from the arcade game Sinistar.
  6. "Night of the Slunk" – 5:43
  7. "Who Me?" – 2:08
  8. "Jowls" – 4:26
  9. "The Shape Vs. Buckethead" – 5:40
  10. "Stun Operator" – 4:17
  11. "Scapula" – 4:04
  12. "Nun Chuka Kata" – 4:30
  13. "Remote Viewer #13" – 4:18
    • Only on Japanese version.

CreditsEdit


  • Tracks 1, 8, 11 recorded at Horn of Zeus.
    • Produced & mixed by Pete Scaturro & Rob Beaton.
    • [Jowls originally recorded by Howard Johnson @ Different Fur Recording]
    • Recording assistance on 8 by Mark Weber, on 11 by Mark Weber & Eric Ware.
  • Tracks 2, 3, 5, 7, 10, 12, 13 recorded at Rancho Relaxo studios.
  • Tracks 4 & 9 recorded at the Embalming Plant.
    • Produced by Extrakd.
  • Track 6 recorded at Orange Music.
  • Additional production on tracks 1, 4 & 9 by Bootsy Collins at Bootzilla Re-hab P-form School.
  • Mastered by Don E. Tyler at Precision Mastering.


  • A&R direction: Warren Schummer.
  • Design, illustration & photography: Dave McKean @ Hourglass.
  • Cover illustration for Buckethead No. 2: Bryan Frankenseuss Theiss.
  • Photographs on pgs. 3, 6, 7 & back inlay: Warren Schummer.
  • 3-d programming: Max MacMuffin.
  • Production manager: Gina Grimes.
  • Product marketing manager: Kenny Nemes.

Artwork for Japanese releaseEdit

Monsters and robots japan

WeblinksEdit

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