The songs last about two minutes each, and most of them have something special about them. I really can't describe what it is in most of them, but "Rabbit Habit" has an amazing bassline (and it's an actual bass guitar too, which makes it even better!). I wish The Residents would use real instruments more often (besides guitar, of course). For some reason, this song also reminds me of Mark Of The Mole. I really don't know why, it just does.
Another amazing song is "Boxes of Armageddon", the opening track. It's so freaking catchy and sinister, I just love it.
Other highlights include "What if It's True?", "Secret Room", "I Like Black", "Golden Guy", "Patmos" and "The Black Behind".
There's also a few really disturbing tracks here, too. "I Killed Him" is the best example, but "The Dark Man" and "Blood on the Bunny" aren't any less creepy. "Pictures from a Little Girl" doesn't really affect me, cause it sounds like The Residents are trying way too hard on that one. It really lacks on subtlety.
From what I've heard of the extra material, this project just shows how much The Residents actually believe in what they do, and their dedication to their art is what makes me admire them so much, even when the music doesn't really live up to my expectations.
Overall, The Bunny Boy is an awesome album, and one of the best Residents projects. It's right up there with Duck Stab and Animal Lover as one of my favorite albums ever. I really recommend it for everyone.