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Juliana Hatfield - Pussycat

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Release Date:05/05/2017;Notes:Vinyl LP pressing. 2017 release from the alt-rock singer/songwriter. "I wasn't planning on making a record," says Julia...Click To Read More About This Product

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Release Date:05/05/2017;Notes:Vinyl LP pressing. 2017 release from the alt-rock singer/songwriter. "I wasn't planning on making a record," says Juliana Hatfield, of her Pussycat album. In fact, she thought her songwriting career was on hiatus, and that she had nothing left to say in song form that she had finally said it all after two decades as a recording artist. But then the presidential election happened. "All of these songs just started pouring out of me. And I felt an urgency to record them, to get them down, and get them out there." She booked some time at Q Division studios in Somerville, Massachusetts near her home in Cambridge and went in with a drummer (Pete Caldes), an engineer (Pat DiCenso) and 14 brand-new songs. Hatfield produced and played every instrument other than drums-bass, keyboards, guitars, vocals. From start to finish-recording through mixing-the whole thing took a total of just twelve and a half days to complete. Pussycat comes on the heels of last year's Hatfield collaboration with Paul Westerberg, the I Don't Cares' Wild Stab album, and before that, 2015's Juliana Hatfield Three reunion/reformation album, Whatever, My Love. Pussycat is being released into a very tense, divided and inflamed America. The songs are reflective of that atmosphere-angry ("When You're A Star"), defiant ("Touch You Again"), disgusted ("Rhinoceros"), but also funny ("Short-Fingered Man"), reflective ("Wonder Why"), righteous ("Heartless") and even hopeful ("Impossible Song", with it's chorus of 'What if we tried to get along/and sing an impossible song').;Track List:1. I Wanna Be Your Disease;2. Impossible Song;3. You're Breaking My Heart;4. When You're a Star;5. Good Enough for Me;6. Short-Fingered Man;7. Touch You Again;8. Sex Machine;9. Wonder Why;10. Sunny Somewhere;11. Kellyanne;12. Heartless;13. Rhinoceros;14. Everything Is Forgiven


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