Bunny Racket is a musical project designed with kids in mind, hoping to bring young ‘uns into the world of rock’n’roll with fun songs about fruits and animals and things. The music is legit though, with a band that features Brant Bjork of Kyuss and even a member of The Doors! Rock ‘n’ Roll Animals is released on red vinyl by Dock Ellis, with a baseball card thrown in too!
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Children eh? I'd hope that if I ever had any that they'd be listening to Game Theory's "Two Steps From the Middle Ages" in the pram and by the age of eight will be able to play Boards of Canada's 'Roygbiv' both forwards and backwards on the Bontempi organ.
But it doesn't always turn out like that. Kids generally like appalling things so this album is an attempt to get young 'uns into rock music by marrying catchy stoner-rock riffs with lyrics about animals and insects. Now despite being emotionally immature I don't really have the mind of a child so I can't tell you how well this will work but it is done in a simple and funny manner so I'd imagine kids would be into it. It's hard to say - a lot of them like phones now. Anyway the songs have stories to them and when you view the videos it all kinds of sense. 'A Chicken Is Not Fruit' is particularly amusing so adults might find it fun too.
Vinyl from santa for the discerning proto-rock child.
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