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Jay Brannan's first and long awaited album has arived! and all I can say is that it is perfect. Musicaly brilliant, all the chosen songs on the album have fantastic lyrics and strong imagery. Brannan has created a master peice. Watch out for him because he is going to make it big time in the music industry. This album is must own and I worth every penny. Thank you Jay Brannan for giving me my album of the year.


I am a massive fan of jay's after discovering his talents on youtube sometime last year. The songs on this album are amazing however i prefer the versions on youtube which, although arn't as good quality soundwise, don't have druming and keyboard synth behind them which i prefer (so go check them out). But still, great album which i would reccommend to everyone i know. BUY IT!!

Passionate, witty, angry and sweet

Jay writes deeply personal and confessional songs, they're unlike anything else out there. A complex, principled, troubled, beautiful guy with the voice of an angel. Highly recommended.


Born: 29 March 1982 in Texas

Genre: Singer/Songwriter

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Texas-born singer, songwriter, and actor Jay Brannan's angelic voice and folky acoustic approach may make him appear like a garden-variety contemporary singer/songwriter, but his musical sensibility brings him closer to hard-to-fit-in-a-box female artists like Ani DeFranco, Lisa Loeb, Sinéad O'Connor, and Liz Phair, and he sounds like nothing so much as a male version of Joni Mitchell at times. Brannan appeared as Seth in John Cameron Mitchell's 2006 film Shortbus, and his song "Soda Shop" was featured...
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