Jesse Malin - The Fine Art Of Self Destruction album
The Fine Art of Self Destruction is Jesse Malin's debut solo album. Released on December 24, 2002 in the UK and January 28, 2003 in the United States. It was produced by Ryan Adams (his album-production debut). All tracks written by Jesse Malin, except where noted. Jesse Malin – vocals, acoustic guitar. Johnny Pisano - bass guitar, upright bass, background vocals. Paul Garisto - drums. Joe McGinty - piano, Hammond organ, Wurlitzer. Toby Dammit - percussion.
Jesse Malin has come a long way from his glam rock heyday of fronting D Generation, and his solo debut, The Fine Art of Self Destruction, is an impressive look at Malin's musical maturation. He's a crooner, an Americana caterwaul, and a picaro of his native New York City, but a lonesome one at that. The Fine Art of Self Destruction displays a hearty mix of bittersweet alt-country ("Queen of the Underworld") and ballsy roots rock ("Wendy"), but the album is fully supported with a punk rock edge that Malin's most familiar with
Track 5 engineered at Pilot studios and mixed at RPM. Mastered at Absolute Audio. Matrix, Runout (Variant 1 & 3): TPLP380CD 02 5. Matrix, Runout (Variant 2): deluxe TPLP380CD 03. Mastering SID Code (Variant 2 & 3): IFPI L135. Mould SID Code (Variant 2): IFPI 0480.
Album by Jesse Malin. Queen of the Underworld. The Fine Art of Self Destruction. Riding on the Subway. Cigarettes and Violets. Bonus track on US release. Brooklyn (Band Version).
Strangers & Thieves (feat. Billie Joe Armstrong) - Single.
Jesse Malin is rooted in the grimy New York that would have been familiar to the Ramones, the young Bruce Springsteen or Popeye Doyle in The French Connection. This is Malin's solo debut, although he made three albums with his erstwhile band, D Generation. With Ryan Adams as producer, Malin has taken a giant leap and emerged as a fully formed singer-songwriter, bashing out bruised and baleful ballads such as Brooklyn ("You used to like the sad songs of doom and gloom") alongside brash urban rockers like TKO and Wendy.
Malin,Jesse ~ Fine Art Of Self-Destruction. Comparisons to Ryan Adams (even in his image) and Bruce Springsteen were inevitable when American singer-songwriter Jesse Malin released his debut album 'The Fine Art of Self Destruction' in 2002. In fact, it was actually produced by Adams, a good friend and champion of his, who was making his own debut as a producer.
Never knew a work of art Or a father with his children A marriage that blew apart. Lonely process Only process I will make it up I will take it up to you. Oh the old time TV movies Thinking you got it made Like a dancer with a desk job A dee-jay with a list to play. Most popular lyric tags. We do not have any tags for The Fine Art of Self Destruction lyrics.