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Hey Babe

Juliana Hatfield

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Album Review

Hey Babe is Juliana Hatfield's terrific solo debut, filled with effortless melodies and catchy guitar riffs. Hatfield's thin, girlish voice can be slightly wearing over the course of an entire album, but her intelligent, hook-laden songs make up for that minor flaw.

Customer Reviews

Finally!

Great to finally see HEY BABE on iTunes! There are some great pop/rock songs on this album, including the beautiful and hypnotic "The Lights." Hatfield's approach to the guitar is quite original (in my opinion), and is evident on the melancholy "Ugly." The closing instrumental jam on "Quit" reminds me of something THE WHO would do on "Live at Leeds." The single “Everybody Loves Me But You” could have easily been a number one hit for The Go-Go’s, and should have been for Juliana. There’s something on this album for everybody. Check it out, and enjoy!

A classic-5 stars!

This release made me fall in love with Juliana. It's a little twisted, but the soft vocals, harsh reality, and pure pop/rock just work. Heart felt lyrics and Juliana's beautiful voice make it a winner. If you've never gotten, get it, a must have. Everybody Loves me but you, Ugly and The lights are some of my fave tracks!

Buy or Die

This is Juliana's finest moment. Everything is perfect.

Biography

Born: July 27, 1967 in Wiscasset, ME

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '80s, '90s, '00s, '10s

After Juliana Hatfield disbanded the jangle pop trio the Blake Babies in 1990, she launched a solo career, performing similarly melodic indie guitar pop. Singing in an endearingly thin voice, Hatfield married her ringing hooks to sweet, lovelorn pop and startlingly honest confessional songs. Her 1992 solo debut, Hey Babe, became a college radio hit, and its follow-up, 1994's Become What You Are, was primed to become a crossover success in the wake of the commercialization of alternative rock. Although...
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