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The first 7″ released by White Rabbits features two songs off their debut album Fort Nightly. The a-side has the lead single off the album, “The Plot,” and the b-side has “Kid On my Shoulders.” A bit of irony in the track listing of the 7″ is that on the album “Kid On My Shoulder is track 1 and “The Plot” is track 2.

The 7″ was released by Young Turks and all copies were pressed on black vinyl. The artwork is the same as the for Fort Nightly, only the building is brown instead of white. I am not 100% sure of the pressing info, but it could be as few as 500 copies pressed. White Rabbits - The Plot bw Kid On My Shoulders - Copy

White Rabbits – Milk Famous

Posted: May 3, 2012 in Vinyl
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White Rabbits’ latest album, Milk Famous, was pressed on one color, pink/white swirl limited to 1500 copies. One somewhat important thing to note is that the record comes in a black paper dust sleeve rather than the traditional plain white paper. The inside of the jacket is also lined black instead of white. So don’t worry or wonder too much about that when you open this record up as it’s supposed to be like that. All copies come with a download code for high quality 320 kbps MP3’s.

White Rabbits – Fort Nightly

Posted: September 8, 2010 in Vinyl
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White Rabbit’s debut full length was put out by Academy Fight Song Records. It was a rather small pressing that I think has finally sold out and gone OOP after around three years. There were three color variants for this, 180 gram gray with white splatter limited to 100 copies, 180 gram white with black splatter limited to 100 copies and solid gray limited to 300 copies.

White Rabbits – It’s Frightening

Posted: September 8, 2010 in Vinyl
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This LP is actually pretty hard to track down. I had to order it from Insound because I never saw one in my local record store or anywhere else online for cheaper. Not sure of numbers pressed, but it wouldn’t surprise me if it’s a small number like 1,000. It comes with a copy of the CD.


This was a Record Store Day 2010 release, and an impressive 5000 copies of this were pressed. It was also one of the pricier 7″ on RSD. With so many of these things pressed, it may never sell out completely, and you may still find one of these on the shelves of a record store that participated in RSD this year.


This 7″ can be confusing to people, as there are two different records with the same cover art. This 7″, the “While We Go Dancing” 7″, is from the UK. The a-side is While We Go Dancing, with the b-side being. There is a US 7″ entitled “Cotilion Blues”, with the b-side being “Beehive State” It’s easy to get them mixed up by looking at the front of the jacket alone, the only way to tell the difference is to look at the tracklising on the back of the jacket and check the center labels on the record itself to confirm the songs.

White Rabbits – Percussion Gun 7″

Posted: September 8, 2010 in Vinyl
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The “Percussion Gun” 7″ was a promo given away with pre-orders of their sophomore full length, It’s Frightening. Percussion Gun was the first single off the album.