The Juliana Theory - Music From Another Room (Cover Artwork)

The Juliana Theory

The Juliana Theory: Music From Another RoomMusic From Another Room (2001)
Tooth & Nail Records

Reviewer Rating: 1

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Carry me through the wires. Bury me in the screen. Shift me into this fixation. Cling to the machine. This is now your world and you barely made it. Did you think that it would cradle you until you were asleep forever? Did you?" - The Juliana Theory

Hmmā?¦This EP was released just over a year after their full length "Emotion is Dead" hit the shelves. I guess it was supposed to hold over the fans for another two years while that appalling excuse for an album "Love" was in the making.

I won't waste much of our time, in short, don't buy this unless you're a die hard Juliana Theory fan. The disc picks up where "Emotion is Dead" left off. The first half of said album was admirable; however the latter is the tone that "Music From Another Room" follows. The total of six songs clocks in at nearly twenty eight minutes and they're just flat out boring. The only notable song is "Breathing Wires," which flaunts as an upbeat rock song with a nice breakdown. One decent song and really sharp aren't work aren't enough to warrant your money, I suggest you pick up either "Emotion is Dead" or "Understand this is a Dream" before you even consider this.


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Fine Print: The following comments are owned by whoever posted them. We are not respon sible for them in any way. Seriously.
Anonymous (December 28, 2003)

Worst fucking review on the planet. Kill yourself you cock gobbling piece of shit.

Anonymous (December 25, 2003)

"Your face is one of the most boring monotous pieces of visual I've ever seen"

Worst Comeback Ever

This score is for the guy who made that comment because i feel sorry for him

Anonymous (December 25, 2003)

terrible band live

Anonymous (December 24, 2003)

"this one of the most boring, monotous piece of audio i've ever heard."

Your face is one of the most boring monotous pieces of visual I've ever seen.

Anonymous (December 24, 2003)

actually i think what got them signed to a major was that they sold close to 100,000 copies of their first two albums. but then, their major label album sounded nothing like those two...

at_the_drive_in_21 (December 24, 2003)

I dig that intro to the 3rd song I think... its got beats that kinda form into a bassline for the rest of the song? Anyway.

Anonymous (December 24, 2003)

this one of the most boring, monotous piece of audio i've ever heard.


Anonymous (December 23, 2003)

this Ep is amazing and it's what got them signed to a major. Every song is good

boba_fett (December 23, 2003)

you forgot to end it. here's a period: .

kirbypuckett (December 23, 2003)

My instrumental band review.

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- Scott

boba_fett (December 23, 2003)


inagreendase (December 23, 2003)

One more thing:

Scott, what happens when you review an instrumental band? Quite the dillemma there.

inagreendase (December 23, 2003)

Bet we get a Streetlight live review today.

Love still ruined any desire I had for backtracking TJT's discography.

boba_fett (December 23, 2003)

oh my gawd! im first!

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