Jack Saint – Reap What You Sow: CD, Album


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It’s been 2 ½ years since their debut album on Heavy Medication, and now Warsaw’s Jack Saint are back to haunt your dreams and eat your soul!

While their search for the abrasive zest of punk rock and jazz is far from complete, “Reap What You Sow” may be Jack Saint’s most individually distilled outing to date. The dizzying buffet of skewed post-punk & funk grooves on ‘Reap’ is an inversion of their debut’s unabashed rawness and in–your–face minimalism. The Lee Hazelwood-inspired opener “Hair of my True Love is Ice-Blond” blends obsessiveness with robust storytelling. The chopped-up Beefheartian stomper “Music Against Nature” serves up a meditation on oppression, while the moody slow-burning funk of “Can You Do Without Your Brother?” encapsulates the albums emotional core.

This is noirish mutant blues that’ll wake the neighbors if you live next to a cemetery. It’s Bad Seeds for Bad People!

Track list:

1 Hair Of My True Love Is Ice-Blond
2 Movin’ On (Freight Train)
3 Worry Blues
4 Lord Got My Fortune Laid Away
5 Music Against Nature
6 Severance Till You
7 My Little One
8 Can You Do Without Your Brother?

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Weight 100 g
Dimensions 14 × 12 × 0.25 cm
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Heavy Medication Records




Jack Saint



Post Punk

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