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Sufjan Stevens - Enjoy Your Rabbit (CD, Album)

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  1. AllMusic Review by Jason Nickey Sufjan Stevens ' second release, Enjoy Your Rabbit, is a vast departure from the pan-ethnic folk of his debut. Using almost no exterior samples, Stevens crafts an electronic, all-"instrumental" song cycle based on the symbols of the Chinese zodiac.8/
  2. Deluxe gatefold 2LP version with a dazzling, full-color page glossy booklet of peculiar animal illustrations. "In , Sufjan Stevens followed up his debut album, A Sun Came, with Enjoy Your Rabbit, a series of fourteen instrumentals programmatically inspired by the animals of the Chinese Zodiac.
  3. Enjoy Your Rabbit is the most underrated and overlooked album in Sufjan’s discography. It contains in capsule form what he would later unpack into more palatable music.
  4. Looking for Sufjan Stevens - Enjoy Your Rabbit? Visit Decluttr for great deals and super savings with FREE shipping today! CD / Album. Label / Studio Asthmatic Kitty. Recommended; Reviews; Track List Further Information Most Viewed .
  5. The Ascension will be available on streaming, digital, CD, cassette, 2xLP black vinyl, and first-pressing 2xLP clear vinyl with tip-on gatefold. CD and vinyl include a page booklet of original drawings by Sufjan Stevens. All songs written, recorded and produced by Sufjan Stevens. Cover art and album design by Sufjan Stevens.
  6. Enjoy Your Rabbit, an Album by Sufjan Stevens. Released 18 September on Asthmatic Kitty (catalog no. AKR ; CD)/5(40).
  7. Sadly, Enjoy Your Rabbit is not an album that captures this aspect of Stevens' talent. What it does do, however, is introduce Sufjan fans to another side to the artist and proves that he his not just some crazy, banjo-playing, state-loving, hippie. This album makes it undeniably clear that Sufjan Stevens is an amazing, well-rounded musician.4/5(27).
  8. Nov 19,  · Enjoy Your Rabbit might be read as a huge middle finger to anyone who pines for a poppier, folkier Sufjan Stevens to go "automatic for the people". For anyone who found Stevens too precious and.

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