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Product Details

  • Audio CD (July 10, 2007)
  • Original Release Date: 2007
  • Number of Discs: 2
  • Format: CD+DVD
  • Label: South Beat Records
  • ASIN: B000NQR82O
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #310,299 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Time Bomb
2. Diamond Dust
3. Alphatron
4. Omegatron
5. Deeper
6. Metropolis
7. Star Shine
8. Let's Dance
9. Dubassex
10. O.B.E.
11. Decade

Editorial Reviews

Rabbit In The Moon have established an enormous fan base with the release of their 12-inch singles, remix work, and exploration in live performance. With their renowned remixes for Smashing Pumpkins, Depeche Mode, Sarah McLachlan, Garbage, and countless others, it's no wonder they have the world eagerly awaiting the release of their first full-length CD/DVD. Their style of electronic music is timeless, but to truly understand this group is to see and hear them live. This 80+ minute DVD takes you behind the scenes and in front of thousands of screaming fans at one of their live festival performances, shot in Hi-Def with a 5.1 Surround Sound mix.

Customer Reviews

As others have noted, RITM is best experienced as a live act.
DJ Mental
There are aspects of each track that coincide with the genres of musique concrete and electronische music.
Paul Fagan
It's put together very well, with appropriate mixes of each track chosen.
R. Harlow

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By DJ Mental on July 16, 2007
Format: Audio CD
As a DJ, I have had access to Rabbit in the Moon material over the past 10 years, as it was released single-by-single. Like many of their fans, I was hooked on Dave Christophere's audio wizardry with the haunting and evolving O.O.B.E. - (mistakenly labeled "Outer" Body Experience on the liner notes - though not a surprising tactic for a new remix.). Several of the track on this new album have been previously released as singles, and/or have been included in their live performances. Though some may find this a bit anticlimactic, it should be noted that everything has been remastered to a degree that it actually does seem new and fresh.

As others have noted, RITM is best experienced as a live act. The music is brought to life through the larger-than-life, kabuki theater-like performance and vocalizations of Bunny (Steve Eachon). Perhaps RITM are destined to become the Grateful Dead of modern Techno, as every show is different, and devoted fans follow their shows, and see them again and again, noting the slight changes to the mixes and song selections, and the ever evolving and exciting Bunny Experience.

With that in mind, it is only natural that they would include a DVD that included some of their live material, along with new and creative original video along with the CD.

The quality of the video and audio on this package is flawless and very entertaining for old and new Rabbit fans. One can only hope that they gather momentum from this release to tour heavily, and release another album of completely new material within the next 18 months. The newer material also has more vocals by Bunny, which I find to be an excellent trend which they should continue to develop in their music and live shows.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Bryan Carter on July 12, 2007
Format: Audio CD
I think this is a *fanstatic* release, mostly because of the DVD content, but I like the CD a lot as well. Being the fan that I am, I couldn't give this any less than 5 stars for that DVD content being what it is. Yes, there is some dated stuff on the album, but it is called "Decade", and the song "Deeper" alone justifies that title. I see some of the other reviewers who are fans, but giving it low-star reviews, that's really too bad. It may be because they were expecting a full new CD of all new material, and didn't get that. Still, I see that those of us who "know the deal", so to speak, know that the essence of Rabbit In The Moon is the live show, I think the DVD content gives a pretty close approximation to what it's actually like to see them live. But tell me, who, of the RITM fans among us, especially those who have seen them live in the least year, didn't FLIP out when they were listening to the "Decade" CD and heard the phrase "Look into the eye!" for the first time, on track 8.. with memories flooding in of Bunny with his TV-on-a-stick?? I know I did. And that song is followed by the AMAZING rendition of David Bowie's "Let's Dance", followed by Deeper (which is admittedly old
but is a classic and couldn't be excluded) but then there's a brand new mix of O.B.E. that, correct me if I'm wrong, has never been released before. (And I own the original Phases O.B.E. 12" record). I love the new mix of that song, and I think it's a great album, even though every single song doesn't thrill me. But even with this CD, some of the older RITM songs that I never really liked much before, like Dubbasex for example, listened carefully and given them another chance, and found they are actually very subtle and beautiful songs.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By R. Harlow on July 11, 2007
Format: Audio CD
I've been listening to Rabbit in the Moon for 13 years... heck, the first time I ever rolled was at a RITM show in 1994. I love these guys. Now, this album is solid, but not ground-breaking. It's not really phoned in, but then it's not really innovative either. That's partially because these are almost all old tracks. I think there's actually only one track on the entire album that wasn't previously released. Some of these date back, literally, a decade. In fact, "Out of Body Experience" was released in '93, so they could have called it "Decade and a Half". Anyways, the new track is pretty cool, a cover of David Bowie's "Let's Dance". For longtime fans though, it's really about the DVD. The footage is great, including some from a protest rally at the WTO in the Czech Republic. So even though the album doesn't have much new to offer old fans, it's still worth picking up. For interested newbies, it's a must-buy. It's put together very well, with appropriate mixes of each track chosen. It nearly brought a tear to my eye finally hearing all these tracks in album format. I think that alot of "long-time" fans will be highly disappointed because they've never heard these tracks sitting at home, sober. Yes, obviously, ANYTHING will sound better when you're high, on a gigantic soundsystem. Go pick up some decent headphones, find some good visuals, and let RITM carry you away into your own out of body experience.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Paul Fagan on March 15, 2010
Format: Audio CD
The Decade album by the electronica trio of Confucius, DJ Monk (who left the group in 2002), and Bunny, collectively known as Rabbit in the Moon, is a compilation of some of their hits over the past ten years. It holds twelve tracks, each of which holds a combination of the trance and house genres of electronic music. A main characteristic of this musical group is the pulsating rhythms that carry throughout each song and give the feel of dance music. There are aspects of each track that coincide with the genres of musique concrete and electronische music. Most of the songs use vocal samples at some point and others use samples such as telephone rings or other noises, along with the electronically generated noises that are used which make it a combination of musique concrete and electronische music. The album is a fun listen all the way through, and could definitely get a dance floor moving. One aspect of their style that makes listening to the album particularly entertaining is the constant shifts in sounds and mood, which makes it easy to listen to each track all the way through without getting bored. All of the tracks have a different and unique feel, from the mellow, quieter "Time Bomb" to the upbeat and rhythmic "Metropolis" to the darker and intense "Alphatron". The variance of mood between different tracks shows the ability of the group to manipulate the sounds and beats in an impressive manner, creating a well-rounded body of music that has something to please every electronic music enthusiast. Their ability to seamlessly transition between different rhythms and beats within each song is also impressive, and is what makes this album a sure favorite.Read more ›
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