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Intestinal Fortitude
Nuclear Rabbit
Intestinal Fortitude
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
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All Artists: Nuclear Rabbit
Title: Intestinal Fortitude
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 0
Label: Beach Records
Original Release Date: 3/9/1999
Release Date: 3/9/1999
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Style: Ska
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPC: 095601005622

CD Reviews

(5 out of 5 stars)

"nuclear rabbit has a new lead singer, but dont worry, theyre still good. This new guy Jon is as good as greg. Jean has a 9 string bass(yah thats right, 9 strings!), and he can really play. The new EP is comin out. it will b good. And oh yah; at shows, they got back to the new stuff. NR with jon does my girls got balls live better than with greg live, believe me!!!!!!"
When Musical genius meets Zaniness atmosphere
Itamar Berman | Israel | 01/20/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"I rather not treat this album as metal album, despise what all say, for the simple reason it is not metal.Nuclear rabbit is one of the fewest bands which actually apply classical-modern music ideas on their nowadays-modern music, such as polytonality, polyrhythmics and atonality, and make a great usage of it.Each musician in this wonder band is an ace in his zone.
The singer, while it is hard to talk about his singing in a serious manner, seems to be able to do anything with his voice, from most ridiculous soprano voice to the most violent death metal singing. The guitarist and the bassits show us their extreme talents through rather deadly rapid verses and complex musical ideas. The drummer master his drums flawlessly, even when he has to change the tempo and the meter every three bars,
And the most amazing thing about it is that they all play in a perfect coordination.Beside this musical genius, Nuclear rabbit supply most hilarious lyrics and song titles (which sometimes simply makes it really hard to treat this briiliant music in its deserved manner.) that adds the album a crazy and circus-like atmosphere, which would simply make you laugh. a lot.The only flaw about this avant-garde album is that it will make any other band look terribely boring."
WhAt Is ThAt?!?!
Jean-Philippe Bélanger | Trois-Rivières,Quebec,Canada | 10/10/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)

"How to describe Nuclear Rabbit's genre? It's kinda funky surfin'
skankin' trashy cartoonesque. Sounds crazy,uh? Well,not really,'cause NR melodies always sounds great and needs just some
none-judging ears to appreciate it. For all Mr.Bungle,FNM,Primus,
and System of a down fans. And for this album? It is the most complete NR's CD. Jean Baudin's bass tapping techniques are just so cool,he plays it with so much simplicity that it's abberant.
Sigaty on drums is also particularely talentuous on this CD, with
various tempo changes and his habitual speed. And this is singer's most demanding work ever...ever! From tiny songs to fat metal,he can handle everything... A most!"