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Terra Incognita [VINYL] Import

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  • Vinyl (8 Sept. 2009)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: The End
  • ASIN: B002H0W6MQ
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,516,005 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Juliette is fab and Terra Incognita is decent. The only problem is that a few of the songs are a little samey and felt a bit empty, however at least half the album is really good. It almost felt as though it needed some experienced respectable heavier guitar player to input some extra emotion and grit into the each song.
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It is daft and, indeed more importantly to yourself an auditory disservice, to cynically dismiss music made by Hollywood film stars as a gimmicky novelty not fit to be taken seriously. Sure Juliette Lewis uses her acting flare and skills to 'ham' her stage persona up quite a bit, but its all tongue in cheek and complements her style of rock/punk/blues offerings thus giving the audience 'a show to watch' as opposed to a motionless boring songstress. She is very different on stage to the Hollywood archetype, with a punky, gaunt with little make-up look, with no discernible effort of prettification, a dress code mixing grunge with glam rock, and using her incredibly thin frame to contort into almost 'rubber-man' postures.

And her music? Whilst not quite up there yet with the world's very best, is not far away and whether doing punk, rockers, or blues bashers, is performed in a shameless vamping, screaming and at times crooning fashion that doesn't ask to be taken too seriously and encourages the audience to have fun and enjoy.

This is a very good and versatile album with consistently good tracks with my stand-outs being the classic rock throwback "Hard Lovin' Woman", and the country-rock "Uh Huh".

Whatever 'tag' you choose to pin on her, will not detract from Juliette Lewis being a darn good 'rabble-rousing' singer who can very nearly stand alongside the best of them and in the near future most probably will be.
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Most actors turn to singing when they're acting career isn't going to plan - and that doesn't mean they can sing either. This is not the case with Juliette Lewis. Not only is she a successful actress but she is a great singer and her talent just goes from strength to strength. Good, solid, fast paced rock and roll! You need to own this album.
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I have only ever known Juliette as a one of a kind actress but after hearing the album I am sure she will have a bright future in music, although it may be a hard task shaking off the actor-to-singer tag unfortunately! Juliette has an exceptional voice, she has a very powerful and emotive voice which really gets my core, she has a wonderful grit to her voice similar to that of Janis Joplin at times but Juliette has many shades to her voice which all really surprised me. My top tracks would have to be 'All Is For God', 'Terra Incognita', 'Junkyard Heart', 'Ghosts' which are all EPIC! but seriously the whole album is bubbling with classic tunes. I am even confident enough to say this is probably my favourite album this year thus far and that is something I never expected to think...:o This album crosses many genres, rock, pop, blues.... and Juliette proves she can deal with them all with ease, hopefully she'll make more music, she's found herself a fan in me.
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This is Juliette Lewis' first full length album since splitting with her long time backing band The Licks earlier this year. Having been a fan of both The Licks and Juliette herself since the begining I couldn't wait to get my hands on this CD. Luckily, Lewis' lyrics are still smart, witty and often times quite thought provoking and personal which is something i've always enjoyed from her music, that, and the overwhelming passion and raw energy in her voice. This passion is most apparent on the songs Terra Incognita, Fantasy Bar & All is for God.
For this album Lewis seems to have been able to head into other areas that she hasn't really visited before with The Licks, for example there are some real Blues inspired tracks here. Overall Lewis has produced a good enough CD, fans of The Licks will still love it and she's sure to make some new fans from this one too.
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I was always a fan of Juliette Lewis's music she did with The Licks and so just had to get this album when it came out! It has a very rock / punk feel to it and is just a fun album to have. Definitely a must have if you are a fan of her earlier stuff or just want to try something new!!
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love this cd the first of Juliette Lewis's i have heard but after hearing her at glasto had to buy it and am not disappointed
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