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The Juliana Theory - Deadbeat Sweetheartbeat (CD)

The Juliana Theory
Deadbeat Sweetheartbeat
by Grigoris Chronis at 22 January 2006, 8:56 PM

The album review here will be faster than the speed of light. The Juliana Theory play music significantly different from the 'spirit' of this webzine, hence I don't think there's any reason to focus on Deadbeat Sweetheartbeat for more than the following paragraph.
American Rockers The Juliana Theory come from Latrobe, PA and have already released three albums, prior to Deadbeat Sweetheartbeat in their 9-year career. Flirting with the post-Grunge U.S. New-Rock sound (Placebo etc) they've delivered some successful music for the national charts (2003's Love sold 100,000 pieces in the U.S. alone). Their style should not be described as 'emo', while there's a straightforward guitar filling in most tunes. Melancholy a la H.I.M. - not that mellow, of course - is behind the vocal lines and - last but not least - a pop attitude is obvious in tunes such as e.g. Leave Like A Ghost (Drive Away) which could be a major Cranberries hit with female vox.
Can't say anything more. Can't even rate it. Sorry. Next one please…

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This Is A Lovesong For The Loveless
We Make The Road By Walking
Shotgun Serenade
Leave Like A Ghost (Drive Away)
My Heart Is A Soldier
I Love You To Death ( Drive Safe)
This Valentine Ain't No Saint
10,000 Questions
The Final Song
French Kiss Off
Brett Detar - Vocals & Guitar
Chad Alan - Bass & Backing Vocals
Joshua Fiedler - Guitar
Joshua Kosker - Guitar & Backing Vocals
Josh Walters - Drums
Record Label: Abacus Recordings


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