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David Gray ~ Sell Sell Sell

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When it was originally released in 1995, Sell Sell Sell was such a commercial failure that David Gray's record company didn't think twice about dropping him from its roster. But because of the Welsh singer-songwriter's international breakthrough, White Ladder (recorded in his own bedroom and independently released), this transitional third album gets another airing. New converts will have a hard time identifying the lovelorn folk singer of White Ladder in the sleek surroundings here, but Sell Sell Sell still offers detectable snatches of emerging talent in the soft-spoken "Gutters Full of Rain," in the straight-laced rock of "Everytime," and in the curiously poignant "Late Night Radio." Ultimately, it's enticing, if not essential. --Aidin Vaziri

1. Faster, Sooner, Now
2. Late Night Radio.
3. Sell, Sell, Sell
4. Hold On To Nothing
5. Everytime
6. Magdalena
7. Smile
8. Only The Lonely
9. What Am I Doing Wrong?
10. Gutters Full Of Rain
11. Forever Is Tomorrow Is Today
12. Folk Song

Product Details

  • Audio CD (September 26, 2000)
  • Original Release Date: 1996
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Original recording reissued
  • Label: Nettwerk Records
  • ASIN: B00004YL60
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (32 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #421,757 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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David Gray is a great talent and an artist that looks to have a long bright future.
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I normally don't buy CDs unless I really, really like the music, and I knew I had to get this one, even if I had to buy secondhand.
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69 of 72 people found the following review helpful By Jonathan J. Casey on September 26, 2000
Format: Audio CD
Ironically, now that he's a proven seller, fans can finally get ahold of "Sell Sell Sell" again. The title track is one of David's most powerful, scathing songs, featuring a haunting sound creted by strumming his electric guitar above the neck. Despite excellent songwriting and his always powerful voice (and even free promotional cassettes handed out at his shows during the tour to support this album) "Sell Sell Sell" marked the end of the first part of David Gray's career. While not as inorganic as "White Ladder," David does favor a heavier sound on this record, utilizing a full band on many tracks and electric guitars. His quiet, powerful songs do rear up, occasionally, and I think "Smile" is one of his best in this vein. It's a really beautiful, fragile love song. He's been playing "Late Night Radio" (a would-be hit that got a lot of rotation on Radio K in Minnesota) and "Everytime" in shows lately, but my favorites would have to be "Smile," "What Am I Doing Wrong?" and "Forever Is Tomorrow Is Today." I still like his first two records the best, but this is a great record nonetheless, and I'd recommend it to new and old fans alike.
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26 of 26 people found the following review helpful By Robert Powers on January 15, 2001
Format: Audio CD
This was the first David Gray album I owned, and I've come to regard it as perhaps his best. The standard rock and folk styles David Gray had been working with on the previous two albums are present here as well; in my opinion this is where they gel most sucessfully.
If you've only heard White Ladder, be warned that Sell Selll Sell has none of its techno-tinged stylings. The first two songs are straight-ahead electric rockers, as are several others scattered further in the album. Overall it's a more musically upbeat album than the somewhat reserved White Ladder; it's also more musically cohesive than its two predecessors (though that's splitting hairs -- all four albums are terrific.)
If you want to get just one of Mr. Gray's earlier albums, I'd recommend this one to start with.
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14 of 14 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on July 11, 2000
Format: Audio CD
The third release from the UK singer-songwriter is a great collection of soaring dylanesque songs. Whilst maybe lacking the cohesiveness of his first release "A Century Ends" and the sheer beauty of his current release "White Ladder" this is a welcome addition to the collection of anyone who enjoys great songs. Standout tracks include Late Night Radio, Gutters full of Rain and Folk Song. He was dropped from his record company shortly after this release, and subsequently released White Ladder on his own label which is now something like 9-times platinum in Ireland. Buy the other albums if you havn't heard him, but this one will surely follow quickly.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By David Bahr on September 12, 2002
Format: Audio CD
Hello to all,
I bought white ladder, not for Babylon but for the song Nightblindness because of it's acoustic guitar work, of course, I was HOOKED and am a FAN in all senses of the word. But, I picked up Sell Sell Sell and, well, I was shocked (I had obtained Lost Songs And the EPs 92-94 previous to this one). "Faster, Sooner, Now" was shocking to hear at first but I listened to the album and it grew on me like bamboo in a tropical rainstorm; this is something that all of David's albums have done. The only thing I haven't seen is, well, David (partly because I'm totally blind but that doesn't matter at all, I'm paying the money when he comes out here, it's about the only concert I will pay that price for). Anyway, sorry, I digress quite frequently. The song that HOOKED me was "hold on to nothing," it's one of my favorites next to some of the stuff on his earlier albums. Also, "forever is tomorrow is today" is an excellent song with a good message especially now. This one is as good as the rest (all of which I will be reviewing sooner or later and I will do my best to help those deprived souls who have not picked up all his albums). I'll just sum it up this way. Like everything David Gray has done, it's worth the price, believe me! Enjoy it, I sure have, David is my favorite artist, there is just something about him, I can't wait to see him live. Oh, one more thing before I go. JUST BUY THIS AMAZING ALBUM AND ALL HIS OTHER ONES, PUT THEM ON RANDOM IN YOUR CD PLAYER, AND ENJOY DAVID!
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By pm444 on February 17, 2001
Format: Audio CD
As the other customer reviews indicate, this is not as techno-driven as "White Ladder", which is an excellent CD in its own right. "Sell Sell Sell" is more acoustic, and also has a couple songs that are real rockers. Overall, I like the way his voice sounds here more than on "White Ladder".... less strain, or maybe it's just that I prefer his voice in a more natural sound-setting. Whatever, this is a great CD, and gives the listener a different David..... but still clearly recognizable as a major talent. Sure am glad that he's finally broken through and that this CD is available again.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on January 12, 2001
Format: Audio CD
I first heard of David Gray on "Young Americans," and I immediately bought "White Ladder," for the featured songs. After falling in love with his voice and beautiful lyrics I had to hear more so I bought "Sell, Sell, Sell," and I was even more in love. I could listen to the album all night and never get tired of it. Everything from the fast-paced "Faster, Sooner, Now," to the slower "Gutters Full Of Rain," is amazing. This album is a must have.
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