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Fuck - The Band
Fuck - Baby Loves A Funny Bunny
Fuck
Baby Loves A Funny Bunny
LP | 1996 | US | Reissue (Vampire Blues)
24,99 €*
Release:1996 / US – Reissue
Genre:Rock / Indie
Vinyl reissue of second album from 1996 by SF/NYC DIY band.
Fuck - Baby Loves A Funny Bunny
Fuck
Baby Loves A Funny Bunny
LP | 2017 | US | Original (Vampire Blues)
21,99 €*
Release:2017 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
For fUCK’s 1996 sophomore release, the band got sophomoric: the playing got more playful, and the lyrics got more nonsensical. Yet, from late-night confessional “Swinger” to the bare-boned sigh of “Whimper and Cry,” the band still embraces languor and melancholia. Unlike the band’s even-handed debut album, Pretty... Slow, this batch of songs careens multi-directionally—toy piano and baby grand! “Rococo” pops, “Tired” rocks, “Loosened Mind?” ups the weird, and “Talent, OR” goes full CinemaScope. From realizing “I am almost like a girl” to the hope that “black and white will soon be brown and gold” on their ode to Neil Young (“Ballet High”), the future of identity politics is nailed in 2:27. Think Jonathan Richman’s whimsical sincerity battling the obfuscation of Erik Satie: Baby Loves A Funny Bunny imbues both yin and yang. Schizo? Maybe. Let’s call it delightfully unpredictable. Includes digital download with bonus live tracks.
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fuck - Pretty …  Slow
fuck
Pretty … Slow
LP | 2016 | US | Original (Vampire Blues)
20,99 €*
Release:2016 / US – Original
Genre:Rock / Indie
For the first time ever a vinyl version of the fuck classic Pretty…slow is being reissued! Originally released on compact disc in 1996, it was a fanboy wet dream: a hand-numbered, limited-edition small cardboard box stuffed with candy, tiny toys, crayons and a coloring book. The music, like the packaging, showed the same DIY anything-goes attitude—lyrics like “She came home to runaway...” are completely upended by the demented howl of a brutalized violin on “Monkey Does His Thing,” while “Shotgun Hours” is like a Lou Reed meets Townes Van Zandt death-song.Back then, everybody wanted a copy but the band could never keep up with the demand. Twenty years on, Vampire Blues’ vinyl edition of Pretty…slow ensures that every boy and girl can get the fuck they deserve.
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