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Music to Start a Cult To


Download links and information about Music to Start a Cult To by Gram Rabbit. This album was released in 2004 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 11 tracks with total duration of 46:52 minutes.

Artist: Gram Rabbit
Release date: 2004
Genre: Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 11
Duration: 46:52
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No. Title Length
1. Dirty Horse 3:47
2. Cowboy-Up 4:38
3. Kill a Man 4:34
4. Disco #2 5:14
5. Witness 4:49
6. Land of Jail 3:33
7. Lost In Place 4:13
8. Devil's Playground 5:23
9. I & Sesuj 0:24
10. Cowboys & Aliens 4:47
11. New Energy 5:30



Mysterious and salacious, Gram Rabbit's debut is an eclectic pilgrimage through a myriad of styles and characters. Revolving around the supposed "Royal Order of Rabbits," the Joshua Tree, California trio (vocalist/keyboardist/guitarist Jesika von Rabbit, guitarist/vocalist Todd Rutherford and bassist/sampler Travis Cline) formulates the sound to go with the gimmick. After the dark, folk-country of "Dirty Horse," a tale involving Jesus and the Devil, they explore Western, synth-tinged dance on "Disco#2" and "Cowboy-Up." "Kill a Man," a commentary on violence, shows the group has talent, as there are all kinds of lush sounds and voices. Despite the shifting and blending of styles, Gram Rabbit maintains its consistent edge. Add the loungy "Lost in Place" to this Western world of cowboys, desert roads and aliens, and Music to Start a Cult To's far-out, synth-infected country could easily find its place in soundtracks to film noirs by David Lynch.