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How to Walk Away [Import]

Juliana Hatfield Audio CD
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  • Audio CD (15 Sep 2008)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Ye Olde
  • ASIN: B001BRZ556
  • Other Editions: MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 61,718 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Song TitleArtist Time Price
Listen  1. The Fact RemainsJuliana Hatfield 3:510.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  2. Shining OnJuliana Hatfield 4:530.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  3. This Lonely Love (feat. Richard Butler)Juliana Hatfield, Richard Butler 5:110.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  4. My Baby...Juliana Hatfield 4:260.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  5. Just LustJuliana Hatfield 3:340.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  6. Now I'm GoneJuliana Hatfield 4:050.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  7. Remember NovemberJuliana Hatfield 4:150.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  8. So AloneJuliana Hatfield 4:000.99  Buy MP3 
Listen  9. Such a Beautiful Girl (feat. Matthew Caws)Juliana Hatfield, Matthew Caws 3:510.99  Buy MP3 
Listen10. Law of NatureJuliana Hatfield 4:490.99  Buy MP3 

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Buy this! You won't be disappointed!! 28 Aug 2008
Format:Audio CD
Well what can i say? Juliana has never failed to come up with the goods on any of her albums, and "How to walk away" is no exception.
From start to finish, this album rocks!!!
And i don't mean that in a way that it's trashy, indie-pop, like some of it's predecessors, but in a "complete" and more grown-up sort of way than anything else she has done really.
I have been a fan of JH for a very long time, and own all of her albums, and i absolutely love the way she interchanges her sound between the rockin-out stuff and the soft ballads.
But this is one of her quieter albums, and is fairly consistant throughout, and for her - fairly mainstream i'd say!
But that's not a bad thing. There's no sudden screaching guitars. No frenzied guitar solos either! This is a woman in her prime delivering a very mature, beautiful set of catchy pop songs.
This could quite easily be played on indie-type stations like XFM/Kerrang, or on more mainstream ones like Radio 2. It just works either way you look at it!
If you don't like this, then i guess you probably must be deaf!!? ha ha
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4.0 out of 5 stars Heading for the mainstream? 18 Aug 2008
By MisterKeith VINE VOICE
Format:Audio CD
Another quality release from Juliana Hatfield...

Having been a fan for more years than I care to admit, it's always intriguing to see what she sounds like this time - solo acoustic? Band grunge? Solo electric?

Well, I certainly didn't expect this! The album kicks off sounding like it's going to turn into a country album - no, seriously, I'm not joking. Ultimately, it doesn't, but what you do get from this album is some of the most polished and mainstream work that JH has released since the near-chart bothering days of The Juliana Hatfield Three. Some great vocals married to some top tunes - who could ask for anything more?

That said, this is still distinctively Juliana, and a joy to listen to.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars this is a great album 17 Aug 2008
Format:Audio CD
I received this cd a few days ago and i just can't stop listening to it.i have all of juliana's albums and i rate this as being the very best.the singing is her best ever and the lyrics great.
songs to listen out for are;this lonely love,just lust,so alone and such a beautiful girl.
if you're a fan of deep,intelligent,sharp indie singer-songwriters; then i suggest you buy this now.
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4.0 out of 5 stars 4 1/2 stars-- beauty in melancholy. 22 Aug 2008
By Michael Stack - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
"How To Walk Away" was an album that I actually wanted to dislike immensely-- Juliana Hatfield, a personal favorite of mine, was recording an album with producer Andy Chase (of the band Ivy). In interviews, Chase had what I quite honestly took quite a derisive tone with Hatfield's music, referring to it as stuck in the past and how he was dragging her into the modern world. This combined with what I heard from the album really quite solidified my opinion-- Hatfield's guitar was no longer at the fore of her music, it was like Chase was trying to turn her into, well, Ivy. So I spun the disc, first few listens solidified my opinion. But then, something clicked.

Turns out, "How To Walk Away" is a pretty good record.

Hatfield, always someone capable of draping emotion right in front of a microphone, has an album where her vocal delivery is pretty much at the fore. The press makes a big buzz about this being a breakup record, an assertion I'd support, and Hatfield sings plaintively not so much of broken romance or loss, but rather of melancholy and disappointment, pieces like opener "The Fact Remains" and "My Baby..." aren't angry or resentful or disappointed, they're honest and painful. Throughout, Hatfield's vocal supported by driving acoustic guitars, bouncing synthesizers and burbling lead guitars. Truthfully, it sounds less like a "modern" production and more like something out the '70s (and quite reminds me of Aimee Mann's The Forgotten Arm in that regard).

But of all the things I could say about it, the best compliment I could offer is that the record stirred up memories for me, it reminded me of myself, and if Hatfield can pull off that level of personal connection, that's really quite something. It also doesn't hurt that there's a couple cuts I could play over and over again-- I mean, the quiet subtlety of "Such a Beautiful Girl" with its just staggering harmonies on the chorus just floored me. And slicing through the low key vibe and melancholy of the album straight in the middle, "Just Lust" is wrapped in swagger and attitude with and angular guitar line that could have come off a mid-80s Cult album and an emotionless delivery from Hatfield that'll knock you over.

Having said all this, the album does suffer from almost a sameness of production-- "The Fact Remains" kicks you in the face with its subtlety awash in acoustic guitar and subtle synthesizers, but the next piece, "Shining On", pretty much tries to do the same thing, albeit with an emphasis on strings. It's not that there's a band song there, but the impact of the latter is lessened by the former. Nonetheless, this is a great album-- it's not quite alongside the best of Hatfield's work, but it's awfully good. Highly recommended.
15 of 15 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Walking Instead of Running 22 Aug 2008
By Jack McCoy - Published on Amazon.com
Juliana Hatfield's latest album 'How to Walk Away' mostly deals with bad occurances, but without brash lyrics and pissed-off overtones. It's like, when you're closer to middle age and something happens that, when you were younger, would have caused a burst of outloud anger and obvious resentment. Instead, you just chalk it down to 'whatever' and/or 'I don't have time for this' and simply walk away. The simplest of things is all that's really required. To me, her music in this album portrays that maturity. Of course it's Juliana Hatfield, so the writing is top-notch and some songs radio perfect.

Highly recommended
12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Absolutely stunning 28 Aug 2008
By Dr Satan - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
With 'How To Walk Away', Juliana Hatfield has undoubtedly found her voice and sound, and this is easily the best work of her 20 year career. Haunting, melancholic, startlingly honest but at times beautiful, this is an album of pure, polished music which could also be deemed as an anguished plea for understanding.

Hatfield has been virtually ignored as an artist for far too long in my opinion, and I sincerely hope this album puts her on the map. It's uplifting, beautiful and just so accomplished.

If this is your introduction to Juliana, then you are in for a treat.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Another Home Run From Miss Hatfield 28 Aug 2008
By Michael R. OMalley - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
When I bought this, I really wanted to hear some more of the great guitar work I've come to know and love from Juliana. While it's mostly absent on this album, the great hooks, the honest lyrics, the vocals that relay emotion and great musical composition are still here. Juliana said she wanted to do something different, and she did, quite well. Much like the Frank Smith project last year, it doesn't matter what environment you place her in, it's still Juliana. One of my favorite tracks is "This Lonely Love", Juliana shows her song writing skills by taking one of her own songs, sampling it and changing it so much it's completely new. Buy this, you won't be dissapointed.
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Beautiful, Haunting Portrait Of a Real Life, Love Life 28 Aug 2008
By Spike Utopian - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Audio CD
More in the vein of her melodic pop CDs like "Beautiful Creature" and "In Exile Deo" rather than her hard edged, guitar heavy "Total System Failure" and "Made In China"... This is a great CD... that gets better with every listen... Heartbreaking, beautiful, pissed, weary, sad, hopeful... "How To Walk Away" really works as a complete experience, played one song right after the other, start to finish... a haunting portrait of a real life, love life trying to stay sweet in a sour world.
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