Dan Sartain to release 19 minute long album

The 13 track 'Too Tough To Live' is out January 30, 2012

Dan Sartain is set to release his new album, ‘Too Tough To Live’, on January 30, 2012.

Clocking in at just under 19 minutes, the album comprises 13 tracks and was recorded at Lucky Cat studios in San Francisco by the punk and rockabilly solo artist.

The follow up to 2010’s ‘Dan Sartain Lives’ features a guest appearance from Jane Wiedlin, singer and guitarist of classic new wave girl band The Go-Go’s, on the song ‘Now Now Now’. Earlier this year The Go-Go’s received a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Wiedlin told Los Angeles Daily News: “In our wildest dreams, we could never have dreamed our little band would get a star on the Walk of Fame. The arc of the Go-Go’s story could not be more of a fairytale… Let’s just say it’s a story that proves truth is really stranger than fiction.”


The ‘Too Tough To Love’ tracklisting is:

‘Nam Vet’
‘Now Now Now’ (with Jane Wiedlin)
‘I Wanna Join The Army’
‘I’m Aware’
‘Swap Meet’
‘Boo Hoo Hoo’
‘Indian Massacre’
‘Fuck Friday’
‘I Got Insurance’
‘I Can’t Go Home Now’
‘Even At My Worst I’m Better Than You’
‘In Death’