The Juliana Hatfield Three - Become What You Are album downloadPerformer: The Juliana Hatfield Three
Title: Become What You Are
Style: Alternative Rock, Indie Rock
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The Juliana Hatfield Three - Become What You Are album download
From the Juliana Hatfield Three album Become What You Ar.
My Sister (Juliana Hatfield song).
Become What You Are (CD, Album). The Juliana Hatfield Three. Become What You Are (CD, Album, Promo, Dig). Atlantic, Mammoth Records. 버전 판매. 4509-93529-4. Become What You Are (Cass, Album).
Most of the loud rave-ups betray her true gifts with a melody, which most definitely has not disappeared; her hooks are so strong that she can bring over such cringe-inducing lyrics as those of "For the Birds" and "Mabel" rather effortlessly. Fortunately, her talents are strong enough to carry the album over the weak spots.
Become What You Are is the debut studio album by the American alternative rock band the Juliana Hatfield Three, released on August 3, 1993, by Mammoth Records. The album includes the hit singles "My Sister" and "Spin the Bottle". The band's singer and guitarist, Juliana Hatfield, recorded Become What You Are with drummer Todd Philips, formerly of Moving Targets and Bullet LaVolta, and bassist Dean Fisher, who she met during high school in Duxbury, Massachusetts.
Album · 1993 · 12 Songs. Become What You Are The Juliana Hatfield Three. Listen on Apple Music.
Her upcoming album Juliana Hatfield Sings Olivia Newton-John (out April 13 via American Laundromat Records) is perhaps even bolder. As the title explains, the record features Hatfield’s renditions of 13 Olivia Newton-John classics, and is blissfully free of irony. Her loving takes on songs like Hopelessly Devoted To You and Physical are done with joy and care. The arrangements and instrumentation are tweaked to fit Hatfield’s singing voice and aesthetic, but otherwise, she hews closely to the original material, basking in their heartfelt glow and romantic idealism. This year also marks the 25th anniversary of the release of the first Juliana Hatfield Three album Become What You Are. It came along in the midst of that post-Nevermind period when the majors were snapping up tons of alternative bands like yours. What was it like to go through that at the time?
She didn’t intend to reunite the Juliana Hatfield Three, but the trio simply gravitated back to each other, like magnets. Like many things in my life, there’s no planning, no strategy, she explains. I was getting ready to make a new album. I had some songs ready, and I asked Todd if he would like to play drums on the new record. The reunion was pure happenstance, although Hatfield admits she had already considered revisiting Become What You Are. I knew people who were playing their whole album on tour, like the Lemonheads went out and played It’s a Shame About Ray in its entirety. I thought people might be interested, so playing Become was in the back of my mind. Instead, Hatfield, Philips and Fisher booked time at a studio in New Jersey and recorded a handful of new songs. None of them knew how it would turn out.
Become What You Are. Critic Score.
Hatfield achieved alterna-rock stardom with the release of 1993's Become What You Are (recorded under the group name The Juliana Hatfield Three). Several songs from the album received regular airplay on major North American rock stations, with Hatfield's song "My Sister" becoming the biggest hit of her career, with a placing on the Modern Rock Tracks chart, and the video becoming an MTV staple. I hadn’t earned it ye. She gained notoriety in 1992 for saying that she was still a virgin in her mid-twenties in Interview magazine. In a 1994 interview for the magazine Vox, she said she was surprised by the effect 'outing' herself had: "I think there are a lot of people out there who don't care about sex, but who you never hear from, so I thought I should say it.
|3||This Is The Sound||3:01|
|4||For The Birds||4:14|
|6||A Dame With A Rod||2:55|
|9||Spin The Bottle||2:23|
|12||I Got No Idols||2:16|
- Phonographic Copyright (p) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
- Copyright (c) – Atlantic Recording Corporation
- Recorded At – Hollywood Sound Recorders
- Mixed At – Ocean Way Recording
- Mastered At – Precision Mastering
- Glass Mastered At – SM
- Marketed By – Pony Canyon Entertainment (S) Pte. Ltd.
- Bass – Dean Fisher
- Drums – Todd Philips
- Engineer [Assistant] – Ed Brooks
- Keyboards – Peter Holsapple
- Mastered By – Stephen Marcussen
- Percussion – Denny Fongheiser
- Producer, Engineer – Scott Litt
- Written-By – Todd Philips (tracks: 12)
- Written-By, Guitar, Vocals – Juliana Hatfield
NotesStandard jewel case
Comes with a 10-page fold-out booklet
Sticker with logo glued on original jewel case:
"Marketed by PONY CANYON"
"Marketed by PONY CANYON ENT. (S) PTE LTD" is printed on rear inlay card
(P), (C) 1993
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Barcode (As printed): 0 7567-92278-2 9
- Matrix / Runout: SM 2721 92278-2
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