Under The Rabbit - The Bronx (2) - The Bronx (CD, Album)
Label: Cooking Vinyl Australia - CVCD035 • Format: CD Album Jewel • Country: Australia • Genre: Rock • Style: Punk, Hardcore
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The Bronx is The Bronx 's second LP and the first recording by the band on a major label, Island Def Jam. Released on July 18, , this album is the band's second self-titled album and features a change in musical style. It was leaked online April 26, , almost two months before it was released on vinyl LP.
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Under the Rabbit Lyrics: Consider yourself warned / The last one born is the first one torn / And there's a fluid exchange between the sick and the strange / And there's a space in the wall for.
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The Bronx share a common spiritual bond with bands like early New Bomb Turks and The Backyard Babies. This is pure 60's garage punk given a modern dose of corrosive punk spit. The band plays it sloppy and loose the album has a raw 1st take quality to it, but it doesn't feel amateurish at all.
Whereas that album was an unexpected punch to the gut with its hungry hardcore punk delivery, on this set the Los Angeles outfit seems to have softened just a touch. Veteran producer Michael Beinhorn (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Korn, Mew) joins the Bronx in concocting an almost alt-metal sound; such a huge change makes it hard to digest.
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