Red Red Meat - Bunny Gets Paid (Deluxe Edition)

by Matthew Fiander

3 December 2009

 
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Red Red Meat

Bunny Gets Paid: Deluxe Edition

(Sub Pop)
US: 24 Mar 2009
UK: Available as import

Like so many other canonized rock albums, Bunny Gets Paid doesn’t do all the work. But once you shoulder some of the load, the returns it yields are immeasurable. This is not music that will be understood easily, or even fully, but it is deeply felt. It’s the rare kind of album where you can listen to it 100 times and you might just hear, and feel, 100 different things. There’re signs of blues and Americana and classic rock, but they’re so spare and so deeply embedded in the band’s sound as to be afterthoughts. To try to explain this sound is not only impossible, it is completely unnecessary. There is no other thing to call this music. It is purely Red Red Meat.

 

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