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Juliana Theory


EPIC 86163

Released on February 4, 2003

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The Juliana Theory have been quietly making their mark since 1999, with two full-length independent releases and sharing the stage with incendiary artists such as At the Drive-In and New Found Glory. Love, their major label debut, was produced by former Talking Head Jerry Harrison (Live, No Doubt). 14 tracks in all.

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Average Customer Rating: 4.5 with 10 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Bring It Low  9%
2 Do You Believe Me? Voted #3  11%
3 Shell Of A Man  6%
4 Repeating, Repeating  1%
5 Congratulations  11%
6 Jewel To Sparkle  8%
7 White Days Voted #2  16%
8 The Hardest Things  4%
9 DTM  0%
10 Trance  8%
11 In Conversation  3%
12 Into The Dark Voted #1  18%
13 As It Stands  1%
14 Everything  4%
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Jason from Slippery Rock, PA 
Jul 21 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The somewhat new sound to Juliana Theory is very much welcomed. This album brings together some of their greatest work to date. They have a much heavier sound on this album which makes it all the better. Tracks 4,5, and 9 are definitely my favorites but all of them are amazing. Pick up this album and any chance you get, see these guys live, neither of these you will regret.

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Mitch from Lone Tree, CO 
Nov 5 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

what a fuckin tight cd. this is definetly their best cd out of the other 3. all the new stuff is totally bitchen and i enjoied each every single track. good work guys

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Will from Winchester, United Kingdom 
Jul 17 2003 Rating: 3/5 Stars

a good cd. the best song would have to be Into The Dark. I wouldn't say it was the best cd out there... if I lost this cd, I wouldn't want it replaced. so.. it's good, not amazing, but above par


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Jordan from Mooloolaba, Australia 
Jul 6 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

After ordering this cd i didnt know what to expect from the Juliana Theory's follow up to 2000's EMOTION IS DEAD, being becuase i had heard that this album was less emotional compared to their pervious work. Seeing as though the Juliana Theory are well known in this genre, i was very sceptical. Opon listening to this record, its becomes evident that even though this album is in fact less emotional, it is the same band at heart. I don't whether to changing from Tooth and Nail to Epic records or the bands natural progression has caused the change in styles, but i like the new album as if much if not more than EMOTION IS DEAD. Some good songs to look out for include song 1,3,4,6 and the new version of into the dark. Buy EMOTION IS DEAD first if you are new to the Juliana Theory.

PS they are arseholes for playing over 18s in my town. PSS im really stoned.

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Shannan from Longbranch, WA 
May 16 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

seeing that juliana theory is one of my favorite bands, i was really excited to hear that they had a new cd coming out. i knew i wouldn't be disappointed. my favorite thing about this band is that they're ever changing. juliana theory has had so many different sounds, and it makes their music interesting. none of it's boring. just on this cd, you can flip from 'do you believe me' to 'congratulations' to 'dtm' and they all have different styles. this cd is great, get it and the rest of juliana theory's music, because they're an amazing band.

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Matt from Jamestown, NY 
Apr 2 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This cd is fuckin awesome. For 10.00, you're getting a hell of a deal. I've never heard these guys before, and I decided to search for random bands and find someone new I liked. After hearing the "Do you believe in me?" clip, I instantly knew I had to have this cd. After I got this cd, I fell in love with it, especially the songs: "Congradulations" and "Shell of a man". I definately recommend this cd to anyone who wants to hear something genuine and good. This cd is good for when you're in different moods also. I can listen to this cd when I'm pissed and there's songs I can relate to, when i'm happy there are songs I listen to, etc. All in all, buy this cd. It's definately worth every penny, think I'll buy their 2nd album in the near future...

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Katy from Aberdeen, United Kingdom 
Mar 2 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I really like this album, but must admit it's not quite as heavy and well LOUD as i thought it would be. It's a lot mellower than what I had imagined. But still a good album and i would recommend buying it....

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Evan Combat from Lubbock, TX 
Feb 19 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is hella different than the Emotion is Dead CD. First, they don't have any Backstreet Boys influenced songs. Second, all of the songs ROCK big time. Third, they re-recorded Into the Dark and while it's not necessarily better than the one off Emotion, it's still a great song nonetheless. Bottom line, if you like the more rocking side of Juliana Theory, you will LOVE this CD. I like the first review of the CD on this site...couldn't have said it better myself, so kudos to that guy.

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Chris from Bountiful, UT 
Feb 16 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Wow "Love" Is a great CD, by far the best Juliana Theory CD to come out. Its a lot more rockin. If you've heard their single from it "Do you believe me?" most of the songs sound like that. It isn't very emo at all although they re-do "Into the dark" which is pretty cool. The best song is "Trance"

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Brian from Ooltewah, TN 
Feb 11 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

apparently the members of TJT huddled up before they started recording this album and said... let's just play rock music, forget what we used to sound like. this is nothing like their other releases, which are all very good in their own rights. "LOVE" is a rock n roll record. emo who? emo what? naw, just straight up rock. very good.

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