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Dan Sartain (born Daniel Fredrick Sartain) is an American rock and roll musician from Center Point, Alabama, United States. His music encompasses a variety of genres including rockabilly and blues. 1 Career Dan Sartain vs. the Serpientes. Legacy of Hospitality.
Complete your Dan Sartain collection. referencing Romance In Stereo, CDr, Ltd, none. Are these really represses considering they were the first time on vinyl? Reply Notify me Helpful.
Previously only a 100 physical copies of this album were ever made and they sold out quick. Some of these tracks went on to be re-worked and featured on 'Vs The Serpientes' and other tracks surfaced on the recent 'Legacy' release.
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Dan Sartain vs. Dan Sartain vs. the Serpientes is the third album by the Birmingham, Alabama rock musician Dan Sartain, released in 2003 by Swami Records. Several tracks from these albums were re-used on Vs. the Serpientes, while others were re-recorded.
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Straight-up, punky garage rock in the style of the Real Kids, the Lyres, or the Original Sins, Dan Sartain Vs. the Serpientes puts Alabama-based singer/songwriter Sartain right in the thick of the post-White Stripes garage revival, but with a difference. Unlike the Stripes, the Hives, or most of the other bands lumped into this scene (Sartain's fellow southerners the 45's are a notable exception), Sartain sounds like he has intravenously fed upon the entirety of the Nuggets, Pebbles, and Back from the Crypt series of '60s garage rock obscurities.