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Enjoy Your Rabbit

by Sufjan Stevens

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plongsocks The most motivational soundtrack I've ever heard. If I need to roll up my sleeves and "get stuff done" from cleaning the house to decorating it or from paperwork to woodworking. It just helps me focus and before I know it I'm on the 3rd or 4th repeat, still wierdly full of energy..... I wonder if it could be mapped for Beat saber?
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ralentina & rufus Great for writing says the blurb. Weirdly enough, it works for me. I just put my headphones on and listen in loop. Favorite track: Enjoy Your Rabbit.
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Matti Truly weird shit :-) Favorite track: Year of the Rat.
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lokky Bleeps and bloops zodiac style! Favorite track: Year of the Dog.
Stuart Campbell
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Stuart Campbell Possibly Sufjan's greatest work. Eclectic as all get out: shifts from thrilling, to contemplative, to scary, to absolutely beautiful swiftly and tactfully. Favorite track: Enjoy Your Rabbit.
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Almost two years in the making, Sufjan Steven's Enjoy Your Rabbit, an album of programmatic songs for the animals of the Chinese Zodiac, is now available for your listening pleasure. Departing from the singer-songwriter format of his first Asthmatic Kitty album, A Sun Came, this collection of fourteen colorful instrumental compositions combines Sufjan's noted gift for melody with electronic sounds to create an unusually playful and human- not to mention humane- electronic experience. Great for dancing, driving, writing, cooking, painting, running, walking, and of course, eating Chinese food, Rabbit features nearly eighty minutes of music that will truly soothe the savage breast, whatever that means.

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released April 16, 2002

Contributors: Tom Eaton, trumpet; Mannar Wong, Chinese; Liz Janes, voice; everything else by Sufjan Stevens. Mastered by Rafter Roberts.

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Sufjan Stevens New York, New York

Sufjan Stevens is a singer-songwriter living in New York City.

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