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Music to Start a Cult To

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Album Review

Mysterious and salacious, Gram Rabbit's debut is an eclectic pilgrimage through a myriad of styles and characters. Revolving around the supposed "Royal Order of Rabbits," the Joshua Tree, California trio (vocalist/keyboardist/guitarist Jesika von Rabbit, guitarist/vocalist Todd Rutherford and bassist/sampler Travis Cline) formulates the sound to go with the gimmick. After the dark, folk-country of "Dirty Horse," a tale involving Jesus and the Devil, they explore Western, synth-tinged dance on "Disco#2" and "Cowboy-Up." "Kill a Man," a commentary on violence, shows the group has talent, as there are all kinds of lush sounds and voices. Despite the shifting and blending of styles, Gram Rabbit maintains its consistent edge. Add the loungy "Lost in Place" to this Western world of cowboys, desert roads and aliens, and Music to Start a Cult To's far-out, synth-infected country could easily find its place in soundtracks to film noirs by David Lynch.

Customer Reviews

A#1 Rhythm Cult Music!

I First heard Cut from Gram Rabbit on KCRW and downloaded song. I did the same when I heard the second cut. By the third song I heard I just went a head and bought the album, and boy I'm glad I did. This album is engineered masterfully with the songs flowing well from track to track. It is one of those albums that you look forward to playing the whole thing from start to finish and your favorite song on the album is always changing. About 6 months after I purchased album, Gram Rabbit came and played at Casbah in San Diego. I was not sure what to expect, but when they played "Dirty Horse" they put the whole crowd into a hypnotic trance and delivered their musical cult message directly to the rhythm section of our brains. Great group of musicians and very nice to there fans. All of them signed CD Cover (Brick & Mortar Plus) This Group Deserves to go far. If your going to join a cult this is the one to jump abroad on

Speechless, dumbfounded, etc.

I checked out John Cusak's list and the song "Devil's Playground" really stood out. Naturally I had to purchase the song and then dug a little deeper and ended up buying "Music to Start a Cult To." It further adds to my displeasures of commercial radio for I have never heard of this band until I checked out Cusak's list. Oh and for the record, when my wife finds out I purchased this album ...she'll think I'm nuts. I typically listen to hard rock, metal, death metal, and a few off the wall one hit wonders, but Gram Rabbit really blew me away. Very creepy, very cool. A very rare find in today's music scene.

Devils Playground

I heard Devils Playground on the show Life the other day, and was instantly hooked. She remindes me a little bit of a female Johnny Cash. TOTALLY worth the .99 cents


Formed: Joshua Tree, CA

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '00s

Disco-pop, off-kilter country, and psychedelic rock find an eccentric home in the music of a Gram Rabbit, a female-led quartet from the deserts of Southern California. Led by vocalist/multi-instrumentalist Jesika von Rabbit, the group was formed in 2003 by the chance meeting of Rabbit and guitarist/multi-instrumentalist Todd Rutherford. Travis Cline joined the lineup to handle bass and digital sampling duties, and Gram Rabbit signed with Stinky Records before issuing their eclectic debut, Music to...
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Music to Start a Cult To, Gram Rabbit
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  • $9.99
  • Genres: Alternative, Music, Rock
  • Released: Aug 17, 2004
  • Parental Advisory

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