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In 2001, Sufjan Stevens followed up his debut album, “A Sun Came, with Enjoy Your Rabbit”, a series of fourteen instrumentals programmatically inspired by the animals of the Chinese Zodiac. Much later, in 2006, Bryce Dessner (The National, Dark Was the Night compilation, Clogs) suggested that Sufjan re-arrange the entirety of “Enjoy Your Rabbit” for Osso, a string quartet that had previously contributed strings to Sufjan's “Illinois and My Brightest Diamond's Bring Me The Workhorse”. The result is “Run Rabbit Run”.
In 2001, Sufjan Stevens followed up his debut album, “A Sun Came, with Enjoy Your Rabbit”, a series of fourteen instrumentals programmatically inspired by the animals of the Chinese Zodiac. Much later, in 2006, Bryce Dessner (The National, Dark Was the Night compilation, Clogs) suggested that Sufjan re-arrange the entirety of “Enjoy Your Rabbit” for Osso, a string quartet that had previously contributed strings to Sufjan's “Illinois and My Brightest Diamond's Bring Me The Workhorse”. The result is “Run Rabbit Run”.
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Format: CD
Label: ASTK
Catalog: 56049
Rel. Date: 10/06/2009
UPC: 656605604923

Run Rabbit Run
Artist: Sufjan Stevens
Format: CD
New: Available $12.98
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Year of the Ox
2. Enjoy Your Rabbit
3. Year of the Monkey
4. Year of the Tiger
5. Year of the Dragon
6. Year of the Snake
7. Year of the Horse
8. Year of the Sheep
9. Year of the Rat
10. Year of the Rooster
11. Year of the Dog
12. Year of the Boar
13. Year of Our Lord

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In 2001, Sufjan Stevens followed up his debut album, “A Sun Came, with Enjoy Your Rabbit”, a series of fourteen instrumentals programmatically inspired by the animals of the Chinese Zodiac. Much later, in 2006, Bryce Dessner (The National, Dark Was the Night compilation, Clogs) suggested that Sufjan re-arrange the entirety of “Enjoy Your Rabbit” for Osso, a string quartet that had previously contributed strings to Sufjan's “Illinois and My Brightest Diamond's Bring Me The Workhorse”. The result is “Run Rabbit Run”.
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