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Singles from the Lost Years 2011​-​2013

by Rabbit Junk

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Kurtwylde I have a soft spot in particular for this collection, as WDKYMYAK was my introduction to Rabbit Junk.

I still remember getting my friend hooked by showing him the aforementioned track and telling him "Oh you'll like this a lot. It's like Die Antwoord and Marilyn Manson had a secret electronic lovechild. Fill your boots, mate :D"

I have seen this band grow and grow and the new album sounds sick too! Favorite track: What Doesn't Kill You Will Make You a Killer [remaster].
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Leo Stableford There's so much going on here, shades of everything from Ministry to KMFDM to The Prodigy to Utah Saints to PWEI in a gloriously unholy collision of computers, guitars, shouting and sheer cyberpunk attitude. A must for anyone who likes hard electronica of any sort. Favorite track: Break Shins to This [remaster].
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Singles from the Lost Years 2011-2013 is a compilation of Rabbit Junk singles and b-sides that never got the traction we at Glitchmode Recordings think they deserve. Everything has been remastered to deliver a more seamless listening experience between the older and the newer - these tracks come to you as the artist intended. They show Rabbit Junk's transitions from a more traditional rock setup to a predominantly electronic interpretation of RJ's signature experimentation with genre-mashing. Of special interest to the stoner-gamer are the 3 instrumental tracks, including the never before released instrumental version of Break Shins to This. These instrumentals illuminate the nuance and detail that can often be obscured by vocals. As a bonus track, we have included a remaster of From the Ashes, the first track produced by JP after the death of his sister from cancer in 2013 - this shit is for real, feel it. "Art is authenticated by suffering".


released February 16, 2016

Words and music by JP Anderson. Additional vocals by Sum Grrl.


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Rabbit Junk Seattle, Washington

With a rare ability to fuse metal, punk, EDM, urban, and film score into a cohesive signature sound, Rabbit Junk are as difficult to pin down as they are infectious to listen to. Based in Seattle, USA. Members = JP (words, music, producer, guitar, vocals) and Sum Grrl(s) (vocals). ... more

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