Lost Gunbunnies album coming soon on Max | Rock Candy

Friday, July 31, 2009

Lost Gunbunnies album coming soon on Max

Posted By on Fri, Jul 31, 2009 at 3:54 PM

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Max Recordings announced today that the lost Gunbunnies album I told you about several months back will be released on Aug. 18. It's called "Great Big Diamond," and it's a collection of really polished demoes Warner Bros. paid for after "Paw Paw Patch" came out. For a limited time, it's streaming on the Max website.

Max is putting out the album in 140 gram vinyl and digitally. The vinyl copies will come with a download code. Pre-orders, available now via the Max website, will ship in advance of the street date.

Save this date: Chris Maxwell, the Gunbunnies' chief singer/songwriter, is coming to town on Aug. 29 for a solo show.

If you missed it last week, check the Gunbunnies in this old NBC Nightly News piece on KABF.

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