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Release date: 30 March 2004
Style: Avantgarde metal, Electro industrial metal, Heavy metal, Experimental rock , Hard rock, Speed metal

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8.1 | 19 votes

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25 have it
2 want it


01. Unrestrained Growth
02. Too Many Humans
03. Population Override
04. Humans Vanish
05. Cruel Reality Of Nature
06. A Day Will Come
07. Earth Heals Herself
08. Clones
09. Super Human
10. ...


Line-up
Brian Patrick ''Albert'' ''Buckethead'' Carroll - main performer, producer

Guest musicians
Travis Dickerson - keyboards
Michael ''Pinchface'' Andrew Hakopian - drums


Additional info
Recorded, mixed and mastered at Travis Dickerson Recording Studios, Chatsworth, Ca.

Copyright 2004 ION Records



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tuerda - 05.09.2011 at 07:58  
  My personal favourite buckethead album (at least of those which I have listened to, there are so many!). Most of buckethead's popular albums tend to be either the ambient style (colma, shadows between the sky) or the heavier ones (decoding the tomb of the bansheebot, slaughterhouse on the prarie) since many of his other albums are often just too weird to digest, but this one manages to be very different while also being accessible and great.

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