Whirlwind Heat - Do Rabbits Wonder? mp3 flac download
|Title:||Do Rabbits Wonder?|
|Style:||Garage Rock, Punk|
|Date of release:||2003|
|MP3 album size:||1668 mb|
|FLAC album size:||1650 mb|
|Digital formats:||XM MPC FLAC ASF MIDI AC3 MOD|
Album · 2004 · 13 Songs. Do Rabbits Wonder? Whirlwind Heat.
Produced by Jack White, all 13 songs are names of colors and all albums that went out were of these different colors, I got Pink.
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Engineer – Bill Racine, Jack White (2), Whirlwind Heat. Engineer – Dave Fridmann (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 13). Engineer – Brendan Benson. Mastered By – Mike Marsh. Photography By – Winston Maxwell. Producer – Jack White (2). Songwriter – Whirlwind Heat. Photography – Winston Maxwell. Do Rabbits Wonder? (LP, Album). V2, Third Man Records. XLLP 167. Whirlwind Heat.
Instead, Heat follows thoughtlessly in the footsteps of their betters on the dancepunk gravy train, piecing together similar fragments left in the ruinous wake of the post-punk/no wave aftermath. Erratic, bass-dominated rock with an ear toward shaking your ass (sometimes), punctuated with a little electronic dissonance to complete the outfit- everything's in its proper place, but somehow it goes horribly awry. And that's no mean feat, either, since the carefully hidden strength of Whirlwind Heat is that they possess some of the filthiest, sleaziest basslines in town. When Brad Holland uses his percussive powers for good (instead of making his kickdrum the object of random violence) and falls in sync with the amped-up raunch of Steve Damstra's fuzz bass, the two can lay down quite an onslaught. Damstra's bass even pulls double-duty, carrying what little melody exists in the album in the absence of guitars.
This album has an average beat per minute of 117 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 62/180 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. BPM Profile Do Rabbits Wonder? Album starts at 175BPM, ends at 102BPM (-73), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Whirlwind Heat. Self Titled or Scoop Du Jour.
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For all the sludge and fuzz on the album, Do Rabbits Wonder never becomes muddy; the grit and gristle of Whirlwind Heat's abrasive repertoire of sounds remains clearly defined even at its most crazed. While this nervy, bludgeoning album would probably be on a much smaller label were it not for White's involvement with the band, Do Rabbits Wonder's major-label-level exposure is almost as refreshing as its noisy weirdness.