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Somewhere Over the Slaughterhouse
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Name Somewhere Over the Slaughterhouse
Artist Buckethead
Type Album
Released June 5, 2001
Recorded Travis Dickerson Studio
Genre(s) Experimental rock
Length 47:09
Label(s) Stray Records
Professional reviews
*All Music Guide 3 stars link
  • Wilson & Alroy 2 stars link
Buckethead album chronology
KFC Skin Piles
(2001)
Somewhere Over the Slaughterhouse
(2001)
Funnel Weaver
(2002)

Somewhere Over the Slaughterhouse is the sixth full length album by Buckethead. It is currently out of print but can be purchased as a download from TDRS. It is the first Buckethead record to rely heavily on baritone guitars.

Track listing Edit

  1. "Somewhere over the Slaughterhouse" – 0:38
  2. "Help Me" – 5:12
  3. "Pin Bones and Poultry" – 4:43
  4. "My Sheeetz" – 6:00
  5. "Day of the Ulcer" – 7:26
  6. "You Like Headcheese?" – 3:20
  7. "Burlap Curtain" – 7:04
  8. "You Like This Face?" – 5:16
  9. "Wires and Clips" – 3:03
  10. "Knockingun" – 2:25
  11. "Conveyor Belt Blues" – 1:47

Artwork for vinyl releaseEdit

Sots lp front Sots lp back

Sots lp 1 Sots lp 2 Sots lp 3 Sots lp 4

Artwork for cd releaseEdit

Sots cd 1 Sots cd 2

Sots cd 3 Sots cd 4

CreditsEdit

  • Buckethead - guitars, bass.
  • Recorded in the kitchen at Pilo's Loft, and track three recorded at Travis Dickersons recording studio.
  • Artwork, couple beats, and sonic slaughter tape manipulations by P-Sticks.
  • Mastered by Travis Dickerson at Travis Dickerson Recording Studio, Chatsworth, CA.

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