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Civilized - Rabbit Junk - REframe (CD, Album)

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  1. JP Anderson on the album’s re-release: “This is the "classic” Rabbit Junk album, from Re-released here on bandcamp, with permission from Full Effect Records.
  2. Reframe: Rabbit Junk: 2: This Life Is Where You Get F__ked: Rabbit Junk: 2: Project Nonagon Rabbit Junk Will Die! Meditations on Mortality: Rabbit Junk: 1: Reveal: Rabbit Junk: 1: Album + Compilation. Year Title Artist Rating Releases; Singles From the Lost Years Rabbit Junk: 1: Consolidate: A.
  3. Formation, self-titled album and REframe (–) Rabbit Junk started in after the dissolution of JP Anderson's former band, The Shizit. After adding additional vocalist Jennifer "Sum Grrl" Bernert to the band, the husband and wife electro-rock duo released their self-titled debut album titled Rabbit Junk in
  4. Rabbit Junk entered the world in with a self recorded, self titled full length. Originally recorded as a demo, the rough production and male/female vocal trade off appealed to fans of Atari Teenage Riot and front man JP Anderson's previous project, The demanded the release of the album in CD format, and Anderson obliged, not altering the production and .
  5. Rabbit Junk's songs: Listen to songs by Rabbit Junk on Myspace, Stream Free Online Music by Rabbit Junk.
  6. The album sold through its first pressing while only being available from Rabbit Junk's own web store. The success of the release encouraged Anderson to release the next Rabbit Junk album, ReFrame, in the same manner. Self released in '06, ReFrame ushered in the use of even more diverse influences, ranging from black metal to classical to hiphop.
  7. Rabbit Junk is the project of JP Anderson, a man who happens to be rather prolific in his musical outings; from appearing as a guest vocalist with industrial label mate Cyanotic, helping form the digital hardcore group The Shizit, to recently starting the folk metal-esque Wolves Under Sail Anderson is a busy man. Though The Shizit were formed first, in , Rabbit Junk is .
  8. Reframe, an album by Rabbit Junk on Spotify We and our partners use cookies to personalize your experience, to show you ads based on your interests, and for measurement and analytics purposes. By using our website and our services, you agree to our use of cookies as described in our Cookie Policy.

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