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  • Audio CD (26 Sept. 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Swami
  • ASIN: B000HIVOF0
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,745,651 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Format: Audio CD
Having had the fortune to watch Dan play live before, I was really looking forward to checking out his material from the new album at his London gig. No longer is he the one man hurricane who has won over so many loyal fans, but he sweapt in from Alabama with drummer and a new bass player. The sound generated took the whole vibe to a new level. A fuller harder more indie rock n roll hillbilly experience. The crowd were totally engaged for over an hour as the band ripped through favourites from Vs. The Serpientes album and new tracks from Join Dan Sartain. Despite an obsession with suicidal album covers, Dan and band came accross as genuinely happy guys, who enjoyed playing the gig as much as we enjoyed being there. The sound can only be described as The White Stripes hanging with the Beach Boys listening to Ennio Morricone soundtracks - speaking of soundtracks, Tarantino - Sartain has written the music to Pulp Fiction 2 for you... The new album is superb, go on... get a copy, you won't be dissapointed
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a modern day johnny cash. if you are looking for something a little diffrent than all the same old commercal rubbish that you here on the radio day in, day out! then buy this and the previous album. full of catchy 2-3min songs that could have been produced any time in the last 50 years.buy it, but keep it to your self.
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Format: Vinyl
This album is Dan Sartains finest work. But what makes it really special is this 200 gram direct metal mastering.
Play the cd first and then put this record on and a whole new world opens up before you.
It's like going from 2D in to the world of 3D. The sound and detail just opens right up before you.
You feel that Sartain is in the room playing a few feet away.
Truly one of the finest quality albums I have ever owned, even comes with its own re sealable dust cover limited edition of 1000.
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Format: Audio CD
I heard the opening track - Drama Queens - on the radio, and immediately bought this album; that's the first time I've done that for years, as most modern music - even alternative stuff - just doesn't set me on fire. Sartain, however, has an immediacy, an honesty and a skill for song-writing that puts most of his peers in the shade.

Darkness, passion, intensity and melody pour from his music. He fuses blues, rockabilly and punk, yet transcends these genres to create something unique. At times his music has a cinematic texture, with his ability to casually throw you into a Spaghetti Western. Above all, Sartain is a remarkable songwriter, so even if these stylistic choices aren't usually your cup of tea, he draws you in and captivates you nonetheless.

As a lyricist, Sartain shines. He follows in the tradition of great alternative, modern songwriters such as Shane MacGowan and Nick Cave. On the tragically beautiful The World Is Gonna Break Your Little Heart, his talent is on a par with Dylan. This song is the antidote to the turmoil of existence.

This is the best modern record I've heard in a long time. It only missed the five star mark for me because of the rather cheesy Besa Me Mucho, and his tendency to occasionally sound a little bit too much The White Stripes. But hey, even Sergeant Pepper has a couple of duff tracks....

Buy this album. And when I say buy, I mean BUY. Illegally downloading music by obscenely rich or dead musicians is one thing, but when it comes to emerging artists, it's important to buy their music, rather than trying to acquire it on the sly. So buy this album and put some gas in Sartain's tank; that will mean he can get his band-wagon on the road and blow the roof off a concert hall near you sometime soon....
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Format: Audio CD
With 15 songs weighing in at a combined 37 minutes, you'll forgive me for applying 'lightweight' to much of this album. Sartain's country and western-tinged style lacks punch, despite his often confident and strident vocals and lyrics. With a sparse set up of one, sometimes two guitars, vocals and drums, the upbeat, ragtime feel to much of the album gets rather repetitive on some tracks, most notably Replacement Man which sounds like the first three tracks rolled into one. This is a shame, as the dry tale of male jealousy on track 3, Gun vs Knife, is perhaps the best moment on Join Dan Sartain.

It is, instead, the salsa-tinted Flight of the Finch and Besa Me Mucho which stand out above much of the rest of the songs, all latino rhythms and guitars and featuring explosions of brass and sweet violin melodies.

However, that is not to take too much away from Sartain. It is a well-appropriated genre he has used, done with much skill and an ear for the barren production. It is simply the case that 15 tracks of largely the same stuff tires, and while individual tracks stand out, the album as a whole is unavoidably repetitive and lacks real depth to prevent it from being so.
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