Thursday, April 12, 2007

Deli Creeps - Dawn Of The Deli Creeps (2005)


Deli Creeps currently consists of Maximum Bob on vocals, Buckethead on guitar, Daniel Monti on bass, and Pinchface on drums. The Deli Creeps formed in the late 1980's / early 1990's in Southern California, USA, but shortly after moved to San Francisco. In 1991 The Deli Creeps released their first demo tape, after releasing the demo tape they gained a strong loyal following before splitting up. The band had reformed in 1996 where they had released a second demo tape. But shortly afterwards they had all moved on once again before reforming for the third time.

Their first feature length LP was released in late 2005 titled, Dawn of the Deli Creeps. The album features the song Random Killing, which has many different versions to it (all featuring different lyrics), One version is on the Buckethead album Giant Robot, called "I Come In Peace", another is the Cornbugs song "The Power And The Gory" on the album Spot The Psycho. Also featured on the album is a song they had recorded for the film Flesh For The Beast which goes by the same title. Maximum Bob also features guest vocals on the Buckethead album Enter The Chicken.

Mike Patton has also been quoted to say: "They're so good they piss me off".

Download here

mp3 - 190 kbps
rar - 83 mb




Zer0_II said...

I think I'm going to like this blog :). I can't get enough of Buckethead. I have several of his solo albums and collaborations he has done with other artists, but haven't had any luck finding the Cobra Strike album 'The 13th Scroll'. You wouldn't happen to have that would you?

H. said...

Yeah, I have that and I've added to the requests list. Gimme a couple days.

I have a very extensive list, check the Buckethead part:

Zer0_II said...

Thanks for The 13th Scroll. You have a great selection of Buckethead projects. I knew he had a lot of material out there, but wasn't aware that it was that extensive. I'm not even sure where to begin now. Giant Robot has been my favorite up to this point.

H. said...

check the archives and keep watching my blog, lots of buckethead and related stuff to follow :)

I love this Deli Creeps cd btw!
Can't stop listening to it lately.