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Dan Sartain

Birmingham, Alabama-based lo-fi rockabilly troubadour Dan Sartain rode in on the wave of interest in stripped-down back-to-basics roots music spearheaded by the White Stripes in the early 2000s. The lean and bequiffed Sartain self-released a couple of long-players before his label debut, 2003's Dan Sartain vs. the Serpientes, was released on Rocket from the Crypt/Hot Snakes frontman John "Speedo" Reis' Swami imprint. The frantic and compelling fusion of rockabilly, blues, garage, and punk, characterized by heartfelt yet gloriously misanthropic songs, ensured that the album stood out among the crop of Stripes copyists. The album found particular favor in the U.K., where it was championed by hip tastemaker NME.

The follow-up, Join Dan Sartain (2006), continued the winning theme. Partly recorded at London analog boffin Liam Watson's ToeRag studio (also used by the White Stripes, Billy Childish, the Flaming Stars, etc.), the album was a more diverse affair featuring occasional forays into lounge and mariachi -- but all delivered with trademark breathless abandon. Two singles from the album broke into the Top 20 U.K. independent charts ("Replacement Man" and "The Flight of the Finch") that year. The momentum was maintained when Sartain was personally approached by fan Jack White to support the White Stripes in 2007. Sartain released a couple of singles in late 2009, one of which ("Bohemian Groove") was released on White's Third Man Records as a curtain-raiser to his fifth album, Dan Sartain Lives, which arrived in the summer of 2010. The following spring saw the release of a career-spanning rarities and outtakes collection called Legacy of Hospitality.

In 2012, Sartain's musical formula began to shift with the release of Too Tough to Live, a wild and trashy 19-minute homage to the punk idols of his youth. It was also his first release for One Little Indian, and he followed up in 2013 with the eclectic DUDESBLOOD. After a three-year break, Sartain re-emerged in early 2016 with Century Plaza, a darkly hued electro-pop album that he purportedly wrote on an iPad. ~ Matthew Garbutt
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Selected Discography

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Track List: Join Dan Sartain

1. Drama Queens

2. Totem Pole

3. Gun Vs. Knife

4. Flight Of The Finch

5. Young Girls

6. Thought It Over

7. The World Is Gonna Break Your Little Heart

8. Replacement Man

9. Hangers On

10. Besa Me Mucho

11. I Wanted It So

12. Second Coming

13. Indian Ink

14. Shenanigans

15. Love Is Black

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Track List: Legacy Of Hospitality (Recordings From 1999-2009)

1. Atheist Funeral

2. Voo-Doo

3. Those Thoughts

4. I Don't Wanna Go To The Party

5. Hungry End

6. Doin' Anything I Say

7. Perverted Justice

8. Telegram Sam

9. It Ain't So Easy To Fall In Love

10. Day By Day

11. Much Too Late

12. Love Is Crimson

13. Mister Moonlight

14. Flight Of The Finch

15. Crimson Guard

16. Box Cutter In My Boot

17. Besame Mucho

18. Strength In Numbers

19. Baby's Town

21. Crimson Cinema Of Death)

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Track List: Love Is Suicide (Single)

1. Love Is Suicide

2. Love Is Suicide (Redux)

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i found this on my Voltaire station and now i'm a fan. this is awesome. (even tho it is country i think... wow...)
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Glad I got to hear Gun Vs Knife, sounds like old 'ROCK'. good tune.
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vidsmith66
Saw Dan Sartain with the white stripes on the 2007 tour and even though he looks like a skinny crackhead he rocks out with the real stuff just the same... One of the most inovative artists I've seen in a long time. The music world needs at least a hundred artists just like him. Highly recommended.

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