Sin Gulls (Goring St. Eddy)
History happened and I missed it. This collects songs from a decade of madness (1988-98). Bunny Brains’ particular aroma of noise reminds me of Flipper, an uncoordinated howl of raw emotion that shakes my lapels without any regard for subtlety or musicality. Building on basic riffs, Bunny Brains seems to be nothing more than an excuse for venting, ranting and hypnotizing yourself on heavy bass, thumping drums and fuzzed guitar. “GG’s Dead (and I’m not feeling too good myself)” and “How Am I Supposed To Tell You I Love You (when your dick’s stuffed in my mouth)” are prime examples of Bunny Brains’ tenderness and sensitivity. Bonus points for the Squeeze reference in the title.
Menlo Park Recordings, P.O. Box 1652 Cooper Station, New York, NY 10276-1652; http://www.menloparkrecordings.com