Goddamned (album)

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Studio album by Jay Brannan
Released July 1, 2008 (US)
August 25, 2008 (UK)
Genre Singer–songwriter
Label Great Depression, Nettwerk (#30808)
Producer Will Golden
Jay Brannan chronology
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Goddamned is the debut studio album by American singer–songwriter Jay Brannan, released in the United States on July 1, 2008. The album features eleven original songs; a bonus track is included by purchase via iTunes.

Track listing[edit]

  1. "Can't Have It All"
  2. "Half-Boyfriend"
  3. "American Idol"
  4. "Death Waltz"
  5. "At First Sight"
  6. "Housewife"
  7. "Goddamned"
  8. "Home"
  9. "Bowlegged & Starving"
  10. "On All Fours"
  11. "String-A-Long Song"
  12. "Ever After Happily" (iTunes bonus track)

Critical reception[edit]

Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
PopMatters 5/10 stars[1]
Slant Magazine 1.5/5 stars[2]

Jer Fairall of PopMatters gave the album a mixed review, stating "with likeability to spare, Brannan's music nevertheless needs to grow up a bit".[1] Dave Hughes of Slant Magazine gave a negative review, stating "Brannan is a talented and tenacious guy, it's also impossible to recommend Goddamned".[2]


  • Jay Brannan - singing, guitar, piano and organ (for "Bowlegged & Starving")
  • Oliver Kraus - cello
  • Jon Flaugher - double bass
  • Bitch - violin
  • Michael Moore - drums and percussion
  • Fil Krohnengold - piano and organ
  • Will Golden, Mike Terry, Jared Nugent - engineering
  • Bryan Cook - mixing
  • Mark Chalecki - mastering
  • Christie Little - package design


  1. ^ a b Fairall, Jer (2008-08-21). "Jay Brannan: Goddamned < Reviews". PopMatters. Retrieved 2009-07-20. 
  2. ^ a b Hughes, Dave (2008-07-22). "Jay Brannan: Goddamned". Slant Magazine. Retrieved 2009-07-20. 

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