Andrew Jackson Jihad - A Song Dedicated To The Memory Of Stormy The Rabbit (Song)
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  • What I will say immediately about this track is that although I think the songwriting is just brilliant, it doesn’t follow the traditional songwriting of Andrew Jackson Jihad
  • Overall, the song does not have the same energy as a typical Andrew Jackson Jihad song, but what it lacks in energy is certainly made up for in emotion which I believe is a sign of maturity for a band or for the songwriter


    • by grimmy101
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      A Song Dedicated To The Memory Of Stormy The Rabbit is a song by Andrew Jackson Jihad which appears on their album People That Can Eat People Are The Luckiest People. What I will say immediately about this track is that although I think the songwriting is just brilliant, it doesn’t follow the traditional songwriting of Andrew Jackson Jihad. Whereas this band is traditionally more of a faster folk punk

      type of music, this particular track actually seems to remind me of what Radiohead were doing during the time of Kid A, although the vocalist retains his incredibly characteristic voice. Overall, the song does not have the same energy as a typical Andrew Jackson Jihad song, but what it lacks in energy is certainly made up for in emotion which I believe is a sign of maturity for a band ...

      • or for the songwriter. Though the song features a straightforward structure and arrangement, the band does embrace outside and unorthodox instrumentation (Particularly for a folk punk band which is generally fairly basic in instrumentation), so it isn’t as if a listener will be able to predict this song, even if they have heard Andrew Jackson Jihad before. Overall, the track is a quick three minutes long and has a simple
        structure, but I believe this is among one of my favorite songs from Andrew Jackson Jihad simply because it’s such a radical departure from their traditional sound into such a more mature area. However, I would say that this song isn’t recommended to listener’s who are trying to just get a feel for Andrew Jackson Jihad and their typical sound because this track certainly is not an accurate representation of this band’s usual sound.




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