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Nobunny to Love 

Wednesday, Jan 21 2009

What's not to love about fluffy animal masks, excessively exposed flesh, and a band spawned from the ashes of an Elvis impersonation gone awry? Leave a little room in that freakish heart of yours for Nobunny. The Oaklander's debut full-length, Love Visions, is a sonic wad of doo-wop and bubblegum-punk-pop that's smashed up and oozing for a rechew somewhere beneath an autoshop desk in Rock 'n' Roll High School. Aided live by a full band and a performance ethic incorporating perverse sex appeal and shock-value grandeur, this sickly colored blob of syrup and slop really is the perfect mess.

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