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JESSE MALIN AND THE ST. MARKS SOCIAL
“LOVE IT TO LIFE”

After three critically acclaimed solo records, dozens of world tours and TV appearances, Jesse Malin found himself back in New York City questioning his next move. From his days fronting seminal hardcore trio Heart Attack and infamous glam punks D Generation, then seven years on the road as a solo artist, Malin had ... Read more in Amazon's Jesse Malin Store

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  • Audio CD (3 May 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: One Little Indian Records
  • ASIN: B000JVSTI0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (12 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 55,141 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By J. W. Bassett on 15 Feb 2007
Format: Audio CD
Having firmly readjusted himself from the outrageous punk role he concocted with his old band, Degeneration X, and honed his singer/songwriting talent with his two previous albums The Fine Art Of Self Destruction and 2004's The Heat, Jesse Malin all but perfects the art with this, his third album.

As ever, Malin writes locally but thinks universally and by recording an album - at least in part - outside of New York, Malin's experiences on Glitter In The Gutter create an even more global connection. Malin's desire to celebrate the underdogs, the social outcasts and the blue-collar workers has earned comparison with that other champion of the down-trodden, Bruce Springsteen. In fact, such is the nexus between the two songwriters that Springsteen sought Malin out after hearing him perform perform Hungry Heart on an Uncut cover-mount CD.

And it's inevitably the Springsteen duet, Broken Radio, that will engender the most interest in Glitter In The Gutter. The song is pure Malin poetry: a woman searches for salvation across the car radio dials. It's a song that is easily the equal of Malin's most poignant moment to date, The Fine Art Of Self Destruction's Brooklyn, but there's no denying that Springsteen's world-weary vocals add a degree of gravitas.

Springsteen's not the only notable musician to put in an appearance; Josh Homme of Queens Of The Stone Age adds some typically dissident guitar to Tomorrow Tonight, while the Foo Fighters' Chris Shiflett fires out some robust riffs on Prisoners Of Paradise and Jakob Dylan adds sweet harmonies to Black Haired Girl.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By King of pain on 19 April 2007
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The first time I saw jesse play,he was support for Ryan adams at Bristol.He was one ot those rare support artists that actually had an effect on me before the main attraction.I bought his debut release which was a brillant album,then like many I assume?was deeply disapointed in the follow up 'The Heat',which I personally felt was far to influenced by Ryan Adams(who produced)going through his rock&roll phase.Well,don't be put off,this album is a triumphant return to the sound of 'fine art..'ONLY BETTER!Its a classic from start to finish, its a fine merge of funky+hazy acoustic jems,some simple stripped ballads,and some shameless Electric rockers,no wonder Springsteen&co where happy to lend there support. Its surely only a matter of time for the world to wake to this rising star,GO BUY.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Gordon Innes on 9 Mar 2007
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I discovered Jesse Malin a few years ago after reading a review of his first solo album, "The Fine Art of Self Destruction" in Uncut Magazine. After this I took my wife and a couple of friends to see him live and we were just blown away. It was the first time in years I was driven to buy a tour t-shirt.

While I enjoyed "The Heat", it wasn't quite as poignant and poetic as "the Fine Art...", it was with some hope that I bought the new album.

"Glitter.." is an excellent album deserving to put Jesse onto a bigger stage. Obviously, those in the know in the music business know this and are happy to guest on his album - viz Springsteen, Ryan Adams, Josh Homme etc. Hopefully the rest of the listening public will wake up and embrance Jesse Malin and his great music.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D Edwards on 9 Mar 2007
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I've only picked up on Jesse Malin over the last year, but he's gradually become one of my most played artists. 'The Fine Art of Self Destruction' was a good, solid debut and showcased his exceptional writing skills and that New York, Ryan Adams-like urban angst-ridden singer-songwriting style that Ryan developed himself at the start of the decade. However, his rockier past on the NY punk rock circuit was always there and 'The Heat' was, for me, a notch up in consistency and seemed to represent Jesse much more with a nice balance of mellow ballads and powerful foot tappers.

However, 'Glitter in the Gutter' is his best so far. His love of Rock'n'Roll is clear by the more uptempo nature of this selection, yet he hasn't sacrificed melody (every song has a powerful hook or two) or his introspective song-writing either. I'm sure some of the longer-standing fans of his bed-sit singer-songwriter troubadour style might find this slightly more commercial approach less trendy, but for me the album is pure fun and has an energy, balance and consistency I haven't heard in years from an artist.

Several of the songs were showcased on his recent short UK tour at the start of 2007, so many of us were looking forward to the new release with much anticipation, and the album does not disappoint!

I won't do through the complete track-listing, but I want to tell you that there is something for everyone here.
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