The Black Heart Procession ‎– Blood Bunny / Black Rabbit

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A1 Blank Page
A2 The Orchid
A3 Silence
Remix – Mr. Tube
A4 Devotion
Drums – Matt Shultz
A5 Freeze
Remix – Lee "Scratch" Perry*
B1 Heaven Below
Remix – Mr. Tube
B2 Drugs
Remix – EluviumViolin – Matt Resovich
B3 Drugs
Remix – Jamuel SaxonViolin – Matt Resovich

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On hype sticker:
The Black Heart Procession
New mini-album
8 brand new songs including remixes by
Lee "Scratch" Perry & Eluvium and more...
Limited Edition

© 2010 The Black Heart Procession
©℗ 2010 Temporary Residence LTD.

Release is strictly limited to 3,000 copies, where the first 300 copies are on colored vinyl and the rest on standard black vinyl (this).

Comes with printed inner sleeve and label info.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 656605317014
  • Barcode (String): 6 56605 31701 4
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): TTR 170-A 19364.1(2)
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, etched): TTR 170-B 19364.2(2)

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February 8, 2011
The Black Heart Procession is another new band to me. Although in existence since their self titled 1999 debut, this indie rock band from San Diego is introduced to me, once again, through Temporary Residence Limited. Having recently released their latest, Six (2009), this mini-album collects three new tracks, and five remixes of previously released, by Mr. Tube, Lee "Scratch" Perry, Jamuel Saxon and Eluvium. With two of members of the band, Pall Jenkins and Tobias Nathaniel also making up Three Mile Pilot, this collection of tracks and remixes truly feels like "one continuous composition, sounding every bit like an LSD-influenced DJ set in the kind of terrifying but strangely alluring vampire sex den commonly seen in True Blood." Being a true remix album, the music traverses more than a few genres, climaxing somewhere around psychedelic beats, and down into the beautiful piano abyss of Eluvium, treating us to a ten minute modern classical interpretation of BHP's "Drugs". Although on my first listen I attributed the stylistic departures to the experimentation of the band, I am not disappointed to learn that this is a remix project, and will pick up their previous full length releases as well. If you haven't heard of this band, I recommend you do the same!