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Lord Of The Harvest

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  • Audio CD (2 Jan. 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: ADA Global
  • ASIN: B00015HWQE
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 480,309 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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A cyberfunk creation of Bootsy Collins and Bill Laswell that drives funk into the virgin territories of ambient, hardcore, techno, and beyond. Zillatron Vs. Fuzzface is the eternal battle of good against evil and silliness against seriousness, allowing room in that wide vista to "exterminate them all." Praxis bandmates Buckethead and Bernie Worrell combine forces with Bootsy and Bill to produce the sonic landscape of the gradual apocalypse. Grandmaster Melle Mel makes a surprise appearance.

Bootsy Collins (Bassist supreme for James Brown, Parliament and later for himself) provides some funky bass lines, add heavy metal style guitar, industrial beats, wierd vocal samples, vocal effects (robotic voices), a bit of ambient and a large dash of Bootsy's general wierdness and you've got an interesting mix.

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Another Bill Laswell and Bootsy Collins outing that is a real feast of sounds, funk, guitar noodling and spacey out there sections. This Axiom stable album is another winner. Bootsys bass is utterly superb, not in a showoff way, but in the best Bootsy sounding tasteful playing way. The lyrics are a tad unusual, but this ain't no love album. It appears to be about mind control and perceptions of reality.

Superb production, subterranean bass where required, great Bootsy singing/scatting and a cosmic vibe that just ticks all the right boxes.
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Any Bootsy Collins fans will know what to expect here. His unique bass stylings and his fantastic vocals reign supreme, and added to Bernie Worrel's jazzy keyboards and Buckethead's incredible versatility of styles, whilst mixed with Bill Laswell's inimitable ambient techniques, this is a fantastically weird and one-of-a-kind experience.

The concept is loose, based on Bootsy (aka Zillatron, FuzzFace) being an alien overlord as far as I can tell. It doesn't really matter, all that matters is that the music is funky and dark, which is a hugely under-used combination. Buckethead's crunching guitars and Laswell's production brings an unusual heavyness to Bootsy's usually light funk, and it works brilliantly.

Basically, if you like Bootsy Collins, you will probably like this album. If you like Buckethead, you will probably like this album. If you like Bill Laswell, you will probably like this album. And if none of these things, you shouldn't be looking at this to start with :).
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5.0 out of 5 stars Boosty Collins and his alter egos: Fuzz Face and Zillatron 18 Jun. 2005
By Captain Couth - Published on Amazon.com
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Lord of the Harvest (1994) was an interesting and hihgly addictive album from Bootsy Collins,Bernie Worrell, Bill Laswell and BucketHead (guitar vituroso). The concept album deals with the life of Bootsy and his alter egos Zillatron and Fuzz Face. Filled with rockin' guitar riffs, heavy basslines, samples, electronica and beats. The lyrics and music will keep you listening to this disc for the next several days. Fun music that's not to be taken TOO seriously. Bootsy needs to revisit the world of Zillatron.

Highly recommended, go out and buy a copy. You will not be disappointed.
5.0 out of 5 stars Not the average or expected output from Bootsy but so worth it if you are a real funkateer!!!!! 5 Dec. 2015
By Thingfish33 - Published on Amazon.com
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This is not your Dad's Bootsy album. This is is a departure from what Bootsy is most known for but should come as no surprise to those who have followed his career. This album is a mesh of style, mesh not a mess. it is funky but it's also dark and heavy. Filled with great puns and overflowing with fun. Having met Bootsy a handful of times I think you can get a real good feel for how much fun he must have had putting this together. If you are not familiar with what Bill Laswell does for/with artists and are expecting another Bootsy album then this may fail to meet your expectations. However if you are an explorer of what influences Bootsy and are open to art being a part of your listening experience, then this is an album you may find yourself listening to over and over. Very deep output from one the most gifted and generous people to record music for extended periods through time. This is evidence that Bootsy is not just an artist to change with time but change times as flows through it.
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5.0 out of 5 stars bootsy,baby,boootsay! 15 July 2004
By Trottin'-Butterz - Published on Amazon.com
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the only problem with the disc is that it's a little quiet and could use a good remastering.the only good thing about it is,well,everything.if you like most the work of praxis,buckethead,and the other weirder"new funk" projects this'll be right up your alley.(hell,get it for the many sound bits from the david cronenberg film"naked lunch"that appear throughout the entire album-if anything!)just beware when you hear"hey,we came here to see YOU bill!"-that's when buckethead says"I'm here!"as only he can!!!
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5.0 out of 5 stars Classic Bootsy 27 Jun. 1999
By A Customer - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
What can I say Bootsy Collins is a bass god. Some of the Samples are a little overdone, but Bootsy's playing more then makes up for it. Must have for any Bootsy fan
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5.0 out of 5 stars bootsy on a whole other level 17 Mar. 2003
By Sherance M. Brothers - Published on Amazon.com
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if you wanna hear bootsy collins try new things and wish he did metal more cop this features bootsy doing some stupid funky bass licks from outer space also has bernie worrell, brainn, and eddie hazel clone buckethead on here this is tight man wayyyyyy ahead of it's time I'm trying to figure how this stayed underground and is better than anything kid rock, limp bizkit, creed, and marilyn manson put out.
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