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  • Audio CD (6 Mar. 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Limited Edition
  • Label: Bad Taste
  • ASIN: B000CR7R2U
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 232,398 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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DANKO JONES Sleep Is The Enemy (2006 Swedish 12-track CD album including the singles Dont Fall In Love First Date Baby Hates Me and the Bonus Recording Choose Me housed in the glossy digipak picture sleeve with picture / lyric booklet inlay. There is only minor wear to the edges of the digipak but despite a few minor surface marks the disc appears in near excellent condition BTR96DIGI)

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This is by a VERY long way, DJ's best album. In fact... the only truly good one. It rocks.. The production is superb, there is not a weak track. Sleep is the Enemy is for sure the best of the best tracks, hence, it's the album's title too.This was the first Danko I bought,as a punt, and I hit the jackpot. So I bought the rest... they were ok, but no more than that. They were played once. Sleep is the Enemy, on the other hand lives in the CD player. Please buy it for your own sake. If you love rock, and punk you cannot go wrong. Sample the tracks. You'll be glad you did!
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Grrrrrrrreat album. This got me into Danko in the first place. Full on guitar driven rock with just enough "old school metal" to appeal to a young and old(er) rock audiences. This will not appeal to fans of Yes, Genisis, REM, U2 or Journey but rockers into AC/DC, Motorhead, Sex Pistols,and the Wildhearts will lap it up. Incredibly enough this is their 5th or 6th recording, and is the best of the bunch. Never Too Loud was a dissapointing follow up although decent enough, but they have shot back to form with their latest release Below The Belt. Top notch.
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This is a decent album. Baby Hates Me is the only really good song on here though, the rest get a bit samey and are too American and don't relate to anybody outside the United States. Actually that's not really true, but certainly the songs are definately aimed at a specific audience, which is young American people certainly. Bye.
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5.0 out of 5 stars The are for real!!!! 25 April 2006
By John Outlaw - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
I thought maybe their last LP was just a one time deal. But they keep the energy going with this hard line rock and roll with this LP. I hope this CD puts them on the map, they need to be noticed because they are the saviors right now of Rock'n'roll. They remind of the AC'DC days with Bon Scott which the songs of Dirty Deeds, T'n'T, and Highway to Hell. Yes, they are that dam good. The guitar riffs are amazing and the lead vocalist has a voice that can screetch.
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4.0 out of 5 stars rock s**t hot!! 1 Jun. 2006
By J. Batten - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
If punk ever rock 'n' rolled this is how it would sound! For the love God it's about time this hard workin', hard rockin' band got their due. The opening track "sticky situtation" charges like a GTO on fire with the devil behind the wheel. And just when I was pickin' up my d**k outta the dirt the mango kid enlists ex-Kyuss howler John Garcia on back-up vocals for the song "Invisible", brilliant. Danko is in full bad-boy swagger too, you can just see him lickin' his lips and eyein' the pretty girls in the front row as he tears through a tasteful solo. Compared to AC/DC, Motley Crue, and Kiss (and I'm sure he's not losing any sleep over those comparisons, after all it is the enemy) this album does not stop for ballads or pedestrians and Danko's soulful voice growls like the hounds of hell on amyl nitrate. See them live. Buy the record and rock s**t hot!
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Really knows how to craft simple hard rock songs 27 April 2006
By George Dionne - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
The Good

How Danko doesn't stumble on the tongue-twisting chorus of "Sticky Situation" is beyond me. His musical back drop is layered with simple yet effective power chords. "Baby Hates Me" treads AC/DC territory with its biting riffs and lamentations of love. Danko is more melodic and soulful on the mic than Bon Scott and Brian Johnson ever were. Jones comparison between the addictive qualities of a fine woman and a controlled substance are fairly close on the rapid-fire track "She's Drugs."

There's no doubt that the repetitive hooks of "The Finger" will become a Danko live set anthem, complete with audience participation. The lyrics of "First Date" are sure to connect with single listeners, and the memorable chorus will reel in everyone else. As cool a rock song as "Invisible" is, sorry Danko, I just don't believe that any guy will rip his nuts off for any one. Powerful drum work and fuzzy guitars dominate "Time Heals Nothing." The album's title track "Sleep is the Enemy" barrels along like a collage freshman jacked up on No-Doz.

The Bad

A full album should be more than 34 minutes. I want more Danko! Plus, Europe has had this album for months.

The Verdict

Danko Jones really knows how to craft simple hard rock songs, and make them infectious enough to burn in your head forever. Sleep is the Enemy is a perfect example of that.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
4.0 out of 5 stars No Naps Here 19 April 2006
By Soulboogiealex - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Audio CD
When Danko Jones released We Sweat Blood it seemed than Born a Lion was going to be the definite Danko. We Sweat Blood was Danko struggling to make a proper follow-up and failed. Sleep is the Enemy finds Danko back in form. He even manages to progress a little. On Sleep he infuses choruses without losing any of his raw power. His music is still pure macho R&R. Political correct he ain't. This is Rock Hard. Danko is often compared with AC/DC. This album proves he can play in the big league. Not only that, it proves he can out-rock the big league. AC/DC seem like pussies next to this bad boy.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Good CD 23 April 2013
By Jeff - Published on Amazon.com
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I like the music. Haven't had much chance to listen to it yet since my music collection is getting a little out of hand--I listen to it all day at work and on long bike rides, and I still can get through it.
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