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  • Audio CD (October 22, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Ruff Shod
  • ASIN: B00936A1VA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #149,120 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Rabbit Inn Rebellion is State Radio's fourth studio album, following 2009's Let It Go. This album is about people rising up, whether that's having the strength to quit a drug habit in the slums of Baltimore or quit a job that threatens to kill you. It's about encouraging people to take care of each. It's about falling in love on freight trains across the country and then falling out when our government failed to stop the execution of an innocent man, or failed to take care of the shelled veteran or ripped two lovers away from each other because the state did not sanctify their union.

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By voiceofreason on October 23, 2012
Format: Audio CD
Just listening for the first time, so how it wears with repeated listens is still to be seen.

First impression is that it's getting back to the depth of feeling on "Us Against the Crown" that was kind of lacking in "Year of the Crow"

Looking through the band's website, I realized how much of their music I missed. I'll be seeing these guys at the Calvin in Northampton Ma on Sat, I'll pick up what I missed then.

Been listening to the album as I type this, top notch. Buy it!
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By redweather on November 26, 2012
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State Radio, you rock. Another great album that I play beginning to end. This band knows how to build an album so it is a full experience. Rabbit Inn Rebellion is a little more rock and a lot less reggae than their previous albums, but it is still terrific.
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The amount of music Chad puts out is unbelievable, in the last couple of years he's put out two solo albums, an EP and full-length with Dispatch, this full-length, and several live albums. Even given all that output, this album is still packed with greatness. I could listen to the first half of this album a dozen times on repeat and not get tired of listening to it. For me, the highlights of the album are "HACKIN", "Freckled Mary", "State of Georgia", and my personal favorite, "Take Cover." It's easy to see why they took the "Freckled Mary" character and ran with it. In 3 minutes and 41 seconds they created an entire mythos of this person you just have to know. They lyrics are easy, entertaining, and drawing, though the chorus always reminded me a little too much of "Knights of Bostonia" for some reason. I love that song, I just didn't like that the two choruses felt so similar. As I said though, my favorite was "Take Cover," which is haunting and riveting. I love the way the chorus really knocks you back every time it starts. Needless to say, play it as loudly as possible for the full effect. The one negative is that I think the original version of "Adelaide" (from Simmerkane II, go get that right now by the way) is far better. The wacky guitar in this one is fun, but I think both the music and the lyrics in the original far out-shined this version.
If you're a State Radio/Chadwick Stokes fan at all, get this album yesterday. And if you're not, get it anyway and you'll be a fan in no time.
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