The only experience I've had with JP Anderson is The Shizit, and his album is hell on disc, fueled with rage and no other emotion. In Rabbit Junk, there is still a lot of fury to be shared, but imagine that mixed in with almost a pop-like element. As disastrous as it sounds on paper, REframe is really a killer album; Anderson brings the rage while his leading lady handles the "yeah yeah yeah!" So as raw as this album sounds (yes, even literally) REframe is a very fresh sounding album, unlike anything you could ever listen to. Highly recommended for those into The Shizit, Mindless Self Indulgence, or any other similar industrial rock/metal acts.
This is a excellent album. I first saw it in my local music store and i saw the evil looking bunny on the cover (how can you not find that awesome??). And i purchased it immidiently. When i came home i put in the cd in my stereo and was pleasently surprised.I loved it from the start, very unique sound: Post-Hardcore with the catchiness of a hip hop song and electronic beats. Amazing! 3.5/5