Captain EO's Voyage - Buckethead

Captain EO's Voyage


  • Genre: Instrumental
  • Release Date: 2010-10-20
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 12

  • ℗ 2010 Hatboxghost Music


Title Artist Time
Captain EO's Voyage Buckethead 3:28 USD 0.99
Light Buckethead 3:49 USD 0.99
Infinity Appears Buckethead 3:24 USD 0.99
Stained Glass Hill Buckethead 2:40 USD 0.99
Trails of Moondust Buckethead 3:38 USD 0.99
Star Chasing Buckethead 2:56 USD 0.99
Dancing the Dream Buckethead 3:47 USD 0.99
The Siphoning Sequence Buckethead 3:54 USD 0.99
Chase the Darkness Out Buckethead 3:06 USD 0.99
Backwards Footprint Buckethead 1:56 USD 0.99
Tarantula Crossing Buckethead 5:24 USD 0.99
Tears In the Mirror Buckethead 3:33 USD 0.99


  • A favorite

    By ernie_t
    Out of Buckethead's more mellow albums, this one is my favorite. It's at times funky, melancholy and/or haunting, but no matter what it always draws me in so I feel it. A work of art. I also really like the album "A Real Diamond in the Rough". These are both amazing. Thanks Buckethead!
  • Tight bro

    By TheNumber_Tw3lv3
    Dis album right hurr ery track iz just straight fire my niqq@
  • One of my favorite downloads of the last year

    By Martin Scheibal
    Buckethead is amazing!! I really enjoy this album. I know that Buckethead can melt your face with his shredding but when you get older you appreciate the subtleness more. This is a more mature sounding album and I can appreciate that as I am almost 50. I have been going to concerts since the 70's and I can recognize a true artist. No doubt that Buckethead is a virtuoso. I think this album is more progressive and driving than Electric Tears. Most of Crime Slunk Scene is too much for me but Soothsayer is an epic guitar piece. I recently Downloaded Diamond in the rough and I am enjoying it immensely.
  • A great Addition to the New Era of Buckethead

    By Kristofor12345
    Buckethead has evolved quite a bit in the 20+ years he's been putting out music, from the crude but catchy compositions of "Giant Robot" or "Monsters and Robots" to the bluesy jamming in "Population Override" to the passionate, mellow works on "Electric Tears", "A Real Diamond in the Rough", or "Shadows Between the Sky". Indeed, Buckethead has spanned a very diverse range of playstyles while still retaining a Buckethead feel to all of them. This album, however, effectively combines his classical influences as well as his rock and blues ones with groovy beats and well-timed guitar solos supported by impressive riffs, deep bass lines, and a very 70s-like use of keyboard-rhythms. I wish I could give you one stand-out track that sums up the album (as I usually can) but no, every track different and beautiful in its own right while still adding to one over-arching theme of traveling deep in the blackness of space. One thing that may disappoint some is the lack of Buck's Signature Sweeping Solos, the solos get very emotionally heavy though, and there are some very impressive technical feats on "The Siphoning Sequence" track, but the sweeping is not present nor is it missed. Overall, this is the ultimate Buckethead experience for any fans of the Modern Buckethead, it is his most mature album yet and stands out from any other in its effective collaboration of his techniques. I don't know if it is his best album, but it is the perfect example of his brilliance as a songwriter and guitarist, if you are a new Buckethead fan looking for good songs of his, buy this album, if you already have an expansive collection of his records, this one will have surprises in store for you. BUY IT!!!
  • Buckethead Has Done It Again!

    By Captain EO's Voyage
    I have not yet seen Buckethead fail at creating original content. He has done it yet again! Captain EO's Voyage is a great bluesy, almost Pink Floyd-style rock album, with Buckethead's signature riffing. I have listened to this album multiple times over, and I still can't get over how great it is. If you are looking for original music, and more guitar vocabulary for your playing, Captain EO's Voyage is the way to go! Buckethead will definetly be my favorite solo artist for a long time, his music is timeless!

    By The Grizzled Bum
    THIS IS LIKE an awsome album great feel not all shred which is good sometimes i love buckethead hes one of my favs and always will be. Now Every1 Picture Buckethead Doin A BLUES album that would be awsome like gary moore Style Blues:D Shake A Baby BYE BYE
  • Buckethead is greatness

    By KingBuckethead
    Finally Buckethead is getting the attention he deserves. He is my favorite musicians and is one of the greatest guitarist I've ever heard. Another great album by Bucket.
  • Jump on the Buckethead bandwagon

    By Burnzo
    I just crawled out from under a rock and recently discovered Buckethead. Colma, Shadows Between the Sky and Captain EO's Voyage are laid back and thought provoking. Very innovative guitar work that you can listen to over and over again.
  • For those of you who think he

    By RockinandRollin
    Buckethead has the reputation for being one of the fastest guitar shredders in the rock genre. It's no secret the guy can play solos at warp speed. A lot of people criticize the Buck for being a one-dimensional guitar player. But the release of the Electric Tears album in 2002 silenced those critics. Eight years later and after a couple of spots on the Guitar Hero video games, Buckethead is once again known (to some) as a mindless heartless shredder who plays with absolutely no feeling. His most recent album, Captain EO's Voyage, will make those people eat their words!!! This album is very laid back, but manages to keep a rock edge about it. Most of the songs are slow to mid-tempo with powerful guitar chords and bass lines driving the movement. One of the greatest things about this album would be the short length of the majority of the songs. They are arranged in such a way that you will be upset when a song is over, because you wanted to hear more!!! But then the next song will begin playing and you'll feel good once again. It's a feature that will keep you listening over and over again. Most of the songs start and end with the same tempo...very little variation. One exception to this would be the song "Trails of Moondust." The song starts slow and builds to a climax--making it probably one of the most "complete" tracks on the album. While the album remains very laid back throughout, Buckethead still manages to showcase his amazing guitar talent on every track. With some Buckethead songs I would think, "this track would be a masterpiece if someone could put some lyrics and a chorus to it to really convey the emotion." That thought does not cross my mind at all with Captain EO's Voyage. The emotion is there in every song. If Buckethead is a mindless, emotionless guitar shredder, then he must have had an identity crisis when making this album...because it's quite the opposite. Well done.
  • Perfect!

    By Lephty
    loves me my Bucket!