Juliana Hatfield Only Everything Numbered Limited Edition 180g 2LP (Blue & Orange Vinyl)
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Numbered, Limited Edition 180g Blue & Orange Vinyl!
Sourced From Original Masters!
Lacquers Cut at Sam Phillips Recording Studio!
First Time On Vinyl In U.S.!
Juliana Hatfield (Blake Babies, The Juliana Hatfield Three, Some Girls, The
Lemonheads) is an American musician and singer songwriter from New England. She
has performed and recorded as one half of Minor Alps with Matthew Caws of Nada
Surf and has performed with or made contributions to Belly, Giant Sand, Susanna
Hoffs, Aimee Mann and Mary Lou Lord over the span of her career.
She formed the Blake Babies with Freda Love and John Strohm in 1986, playing
guitar, bass and piano in the group. Blake Babies were signed to indie label
Mammoth Records in North Carolina and received airplay on college radio during
the early 1990s. Hatfield and Strohm shared songwriting and singing duties. The
band disbanded in 1991 but reunited briefly in 1999, performing shows that year
and embarking on a US tour in 2001 in support of the critically-acclaimed
release, God Bless The Blake Babies (featuring a guest appearance by Evan Dando
of the Lemonheads). Following Blake Babies’ initial break-up, Hatfield joined
the Lemonheads to record their album, It’s A Shame About Ray, and continued
playing bass and providing back-up vocals for them between 1992-93.
In 1992, Juliana released her first solo album, Hey Babe, one of the highest
selling independent albums of the year. She recruited a rhythm section
consisting of former Moving Targets/Bullet LaVolta drummer Todd Phillips and
Thudpucker bassist Dean Fisher, becoming the Juliana Hatfield Three. The JH3
achieved arena-rock stardom with the release of 1993’s Become What You Are.
Several songs from the album got regularly played on major U.S. rock stations,
with her song, “My Sister,” becoming the biggest hit of her career. The song
placed #1 on the Modern Rock Tracks chart and the video became a staple at MTV.
The track “Spin the Bottle,” was used in the soundtrack for the film Reality
Bites in 1994 and Juliana made the cover of Spin.
In 1995 following the success of Become What You Are, she released her follow up
album, Only Everything, in which she “turned up the volume and the distortion
and had a lot of fun.” The album, her first for Atlantic Records, spawned
another alternative radio hit in “Universal Heartbeat.”
Now, after 23 years of being out of print on vinyl and following two recent
well-received albums (Pussycat and Juliana Hatfield Sings Olivia Newton-John)
ROG is reissuing Only Everything, making it the first time on wax in the U.S.
with deluxe packaging.
• Strict One Time Pressing based on preorders received
• Numbered, Limited Edition
• 180g Vinyl
• Blue & Orange vinyl
• First time on vinyl in U.S.
• First time sourced from Original Masters with Lacquers cut at Sam Phillips
• Pressed at Record Industry, Netherlands
• Deluxe gatefold tip-on Stoughton sleeve
• 4 bonus non-LP singles make debut on full-length vinyl
1. What A Life
2. Fleur De Lys
3. Universal Heart-Beat
4. Dumb Fun
5. Live On Tomorrow
1. Dying Proof
2. Bottles And Flowers
4. Ok Ok
2. Hang Down From Heaven
3. My Darling
4. Simplicity Is Beautiful
5. You Blues
Bonus Side 4:
1. Where Would I Be Without You (Bonus Single)
2. Yard Sailing (Bonus Single)
3. Girl In Old Blue Volvo Disowning Self (Bonus Single)
4. Live On Tomorrow (Alternate Version)