Whirlwind Heat - Do Rabbits Wonder? FLAC album
Title: Do Rabbits Wonder?
Style: Garage Rock, Punk
FLAC version ZIP size: 1859 mb
MP3 version ZIP size: 1323 mb
WMA version ZIP size: 1426 mb
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Engineer – Bill Racine, Jack White (2), Whirlwind Heat. Engineer – Dave Fridmann (tracks: 1 to 3, 5 to 13). Engineer – Brendan Benson. Mastered By – Mike Marsh. Photography – Winston Maxwell. Producer – Jack White (2). Songwriter – Whirlwind Heat. Do Rabbits Wonder? (LP, Album). V2, Third Man Records. XLLP 167. Whirlwind Heat.
Songwriter – Whirlwind Heat. 2014 Record Store Day reissue on 12 different colors of vinyl: Orange Purple Tan Green (This) Blue Yellow Pink Red Brown Silver White Grey (P) & (C) 2013 Whirlwind Heat, Released under exclusive license to Third Man Records, LLC. 623 7th Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37203.
For all the sludge and fuzz on the album, Do Rabbits Wonder never becomes muddy; the grit and gristle of Whirlwind Heat's abrasive repertoire of sounds remains clearly defined even at its most crazed. While this nervy, bludgeoning album would probably be on a much smaller label were it not for White's involvement with the band, Do Rabbits Wonder's major-label-level exposure is almost as refreshing as its noisy weirdness.
Do Rabbits Wonder? is the first full-length album released by Whirlwind Heat, recorded and produced by Jack White of The White Stripes as the debut album of his imprint label on V2 Records, Third Man Records.
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Do Rabbits Wonder?, 2018. Do Rabbits Wonder?, 2018.
Produced by Jack White, Rabbits is close to our heart as it was the first non-White Stripes release to carry the Third Man logo, long before Nashville storefronts, "vinyl comeback" and all the other trappings currently attached to this fun little label we've grown