Editors’ Notes Jesse Malin has the perfect band for his songs; they’re called D Generation. But like many singers, when it came time to get serious, Malin lined up an ace studio band and enough special guests to make you wonder if a "solo" album wasn’t just an excuse to hang out with folks like Alejandro Escovedo, Wayne Kramer, and Peter Buck. “The Dreamers” begins slow and introspective, but it’s the uptempo material that compels further listening. Escovedo brings “Turn Up the Mains” to life with a raging guitar that could’ve been by Malin’s band partner, Danny Sage. “Oh Sheena” sounds like the iconic punk rocker finally grew up.

SONG
The Dreamers
1
4:08
 
Addicted
2
3:27
 
Turn up the Mains
3
3:38
 
Oh Sheena
4
3:06
 
She's so Dangerous
5
5:48
 
The Year That I Was Born
6
2:25
 
Boots of Immigration
7
3:49
 
Freeway
8
3:06
 
Bent Up
9
3:03
 
She Don't Love Me Now
10
3:02
 
Deathstar
11
2:32
 
I Would Do It for You
12
2:55
 
Bar Life
13
4:28
 
Foreign Films
14
3:57