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Rabbits On the Run


Download links and information about Rabbits On the Run by Vanessa Carlton. This album was released in 2011 and it belongs to Rock, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk genres. It contains 10 tracks with total duration of 37:18 minutes.

Artist: Vanessa Carlton
Release date: 2011
Genre: Rock, Pop, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist, Contemporary Folk
Tracks: 10
Duration: 37:18
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No. Title Length
1. Carousel 3:17
2. I Don't Want to Be a Bride 4:02
3. London 4:17
4. Fairweather Friend 3:55
5. Hear the Bells 3:43
6. Dear California 3:21
7. Tall Tales for Spring 4:30
8. Get Good 3:52
9. The Marching Line 3:29
10. In the End 2:52



Shifting to indie Razor & Tie after a four-year hiatus following her 2007 album, Heroes & Thieves, Vanessa Carlton turns inward on her fourth album, Rabbits on the Run. Embracing all the spectral elements that ran underneath the surface of her music, Carlton avoids any of the surging orchestrations or any suggestions of cheer, spending long stretches of the album alone with her piano, and when the arrangements are fleshed-out, they’re done so subtly that it often seems as if she’s singing alone in the studio. Even if it has the effect of turning Rabbits on the Run into something of an unintentional Tori Amos homage, it’s an appropriately austere setting for Carlton’s melancholy introspections, ruminations that don’t offer any easy way inside. Unlike “A Thousand Miles” or the two albums that dealt with the repercussions of her initial success, this is music made with no audience in mind: it is strikingly personal, to the extent that it suggests that Carlton needs to get this soul-searching out of her system in order to move forward.