History Music / JulianaHatfield

23rd Jul '16 2:24:54 PM nombretomado
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* BlackComedy: "Swan Song" (see below under DrivenToSuicide) falls into this category. Also, the fact that when asked by ''Rolling Stone'', in 1992 or thereabouts, to recommend a book, she recommended BretEastonEllis' ''AmericanPsycho'', calling it "hilariously funny".

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* BlackComedy: "Swan Song" (see below under DrivenToSuicide) falls into this category. Also, the fact that when asked by ''Rolling Stone'', in 1992 or thereabouts, to recommend a book, she recommended BretEastonEllis' ''AmericanPsycho'', Creator/BretEastonEllis' ''Literature/AmericanPsycho'', calling it "hilariously funny".
21st Jun '16 12:25:21 PM gewunomox
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American singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist, born 27 July 1967 in Wiscasset, Maine, but raised in Massachusetts. Originally a member of the BlakeBabies, going solo in 1992. Subsequently formed the supergroup Some Girls with Heidi Gluck and her sometime Blake Babies colleague Freda Love.

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American singer/songwriter/multi-instrumentalist, born 27 July 1967 in Wiscasset, Maine, but raised in Massachusetts. Originally a member of the BlakeBabies, Music/BlakeBabies, going solo in 1992. Subsequently formed the supergroup Some Girls with Heidi Gluck and her sometime Blake Babies colleague Freda Love.



** "Swan Song" has the line "[[JohnCougarMellencamp Dear Jack, I hate you. Love Diane]]".

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** "Swan Song" has the line "[[JohnCougarMellencamp "[[Music/JohnCougarMellencamp Dear Jack, I hate you. Love Diane]]".
14th Feb '15 12:12:43 AM Patachou
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* GriefSong: "Trying Not To Think About It" was written about the tragic and untimely death of her friend JeffBuckley.

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* GriefSong: "Trying Not To Think About It" was written about the tragic and untimely death of her friend JeffBuckley.Music/JeffBuckley.
27th Mar '14 5:58:34 AM TrustBen
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* HumansAreBastards: From "For the Birds":
-->''Humans only wreck the world''\\
''They'd kill your whole family for a string of pearls.''
15th Oct '13 9:11:20 AM SeptimusHeap
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* DistinctDoubleAlbum: ''Beautiful Creature'' and ''Juliana's Pony: Total System Failure'', two albums in different styles released at the same time: ''Beautiful Creature'' was a largely acoustic-guitar-based album where Juliana was backed by various studio musicians, while ''Total System Failure'' was an electric AlternativeRock album where she was backed by the same two musicians (on bass and drums) throughout [[hottip:*: In fact, while it's usually considered part of her solo discography, the "Juliana's Pony" part of the title is actually meant to be the name of the band who recorded the album]]

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* DistinctDoubleAlbum: ''Beautiful Creature'' and ''Juliana's Pony: Total System Failure'', two albums in different styles released at the same time: ''Beautiful Creature'' was a largely acoustic-guitar-based album where Juliana was backed by various studio musicians, while ''Total System Failure'' was an electric AlternativeRock album where she was backed by the same two musicians (on bass and drums) throughout [[hottip:*: [[note]] In fact, while it's usually considered part of her solo discography, the "Juliana's Pony" part of the title is actually meant to be the name of the band who recorded the album]]album[[/note]]
10th Oct '13 5:45:30 PM MikeK
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* DistinctDoubleAlbum: ''Beautiful Creature'' and ''Juliana's Pony: Total System Failure'', two albums in different styles released at the same time: ''Beautiful Creature'' was a largely acoustic-guitar-based album where Juliana was backed by various studio musicians, while ''Total System Failure'' was an electric AlternativeRock album where she was backed by the same two musicians (on bass and drums) throughout [[hottip:*: In fact, while it's usually considered part of her solo discography, the "Juliana's Pony" part of the title is actually meant to be the name of the band who recorded the album]]
1st May '13 8:16:05 PM JIKTV
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Her songwriting is often brilliant musically and/or lyrically (though not always both at the same time), much of it with a gloomy edge (she's been compared to a female {{Morrissey}}). Despite her long career, she's only had two major hits, "My Sister" and "Spin The Bottle", both from the same album (''Become What You Are''). Also noted for her friendship (or whatever) with Evan Dando of TheLemonheads.

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Her songwriting is often brilliant musically and/or lyrically (though not always both at the same time), much of it with a gloomy edge (she's been compared to a female {{Morrissey}}).Music/{{Morrissey}}). Despite her long career, she's only had two major hits, "My Sister" and "Spin The Bottle", both from the same album (''Become What You Are''). Also noted for her friendship (or whatever) with Evan Dando of TheLemonheads.
20th Nov '12 4:25:26 PM nitroglycol01
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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: When "God's Foot" was recorded, the A&R person at Atlantic Records decided he "didn't here a single" in the album, and therefore it wasn't released. While she was able to get out of her recording contract, she couldn't afford to buy back the rights to the album, and it has remained unreleased, but bootlegs slipped out and still circulate on the Net.

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* KeepCirculatingTheTapes: When "God's Foot" was recorded, the A&R person at Atlantic Records decided he "didn't here hear a single" in the album, and therefore it wasn't released. While she was able to get out of her recording contract, she couldn't afford to buy back the rights to the album, and it has remained unreleased, but bootlegs slipped out and still circulate on the Net.
20th Nov '12 4:24:26 PM nitroglycol01
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** The title of ''Become What You Are'' is a ShoutOut to Nietzsche (specifically ''Ecce Home'').

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** The title of ''Become What You Are'' is a ShoutOut to Nietzsche (specifically ''Ecce Home'').Homo'').
20th Nov '12 4:21:40 PM nitroglycol01
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* AntiLoveSong: "Let's Get Married".


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* DrugsAreBad: "Addicted", "Dying Proof", "Total System Failure".
* GratuitousFrench: "Fleur de Lys".


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* NoSparks: "Everybody Loves Me But You".


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* SanitySlippageSong: "So Alone".


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* SellOut: "Sellout" is actually a subversion:
-->It's not a sellout if nobody buys it.


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* SiblingRivalry: The first verse of "My Sister".
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