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Outstanding album!

I believe Janie's anti-trafficking activism had a huge influence on the spirit of The Human Condition. There is such an urgency to this album! You hear it immediately from the time "Oblivion" starts, all the way through to the 100 mph pacing of "Road Play." (I love that song so much, I bought the ringtone!)

That urgency then turns into fearlessness, starting with "Crumbs" and lasting through "Crépuscule." She takes lots of musical risks on "Monster King" and "Dear John" is a straight-up anthem. "Dear John" is also revolutionary for two reasons: it's probably the first recorded song that specifically targets the johns involved in sex trafficking; and it makes its charge without being angry and hateful. Janie also does a song in French ("Crépuscule") and that definitely takes guts!

Janie's outstanding musicianship is fully realized on The Human Condition. It's rare to be able to say that these days.

P.S. - Warning: "Road Play" may cause unreasonable acceleration when played in your car!

The Human Condition, Janie Chu
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  • $9.90
  • Genres: Rock, Music, Pop
  • Released: Feb 23, 2012

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