The Juliana Hatfield Three released only one album, so it's hard to say that the trio built a long legacy that warrants a comeback 22 years later. Nevertheless, the JHT's 1993 album Become What You Are did mark a high point of sorts for Hatfield, becoming her first album to chart in the Billboard 200, so it's a touchstone for a significant chunk of her audience and, as it turns out, there is indeed a difference between a Juliana Hatfield album and a Juliana Hatfield Three album.
Recorded and mixed at Nuthouse Recording, Hoboken, NJ. Additional guitar and keyboard recording engineered at Q Division, Somerville, MA. Mastered at SRG Studios, Hamilton, NJ. All songs published by Juliana Hatfield Music (BMI) except track 10 published by Juliana Hatfield Music (BMI) & Songs As Pets (BMI). Track durations not listed on release.
The first Juliana Hatfield Three album in over 21 years, with the original lineup of Hatfield on guitar with bassist Dean Fisher and drummer Todd Philips. Whatever, My Love Q&A. Primary Artists Juliana Hatfield & Juliana Hatfield Three. Writers Juliana Hatfield. More Juliana Hatfield Three albums. Become What You Are. Home.
Artists The Juliana Hatfield Three Whatever, My Love. Whatever, My Love The Juliana Hatfield Three. This album has an average beat per minute of 117 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 76/174 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Whatever, My Love. BPM Profile Whatever, My Love. Album starts at 112BPM, ends at 82BPM (-30), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by The Juliana Hatfield Three. 1993.
Album by The Juliana Hatfield Three. Now That I Have Found You. Ordinary Guy. If Only We Were Dogs. I'm Shy. Dog On a Chain. Push Pin. Blame the Stylist. I Don't Know What to Do With My Hands. MusicBrainz: Whatever, My Love. this site: Whatever, My Love.
In 2014 she reformed The Juliana Hatfield Three, announcing the new album Whatever, My Love for 2015. In late December, Stereogum named the album "one of their most anticipated albums of 2015," and on January 4, 2015, Consequence of Sound named it "one of the 50 most anticipated albums of 2015
The first Juliana Hatfield Three record in 20 years, Whatever, My Love doesn’t sound like a band that took two decades off (perhaps because Juliana Hatfield released 10 solo albums in that time span), but instead like one that never split. While the band’s debut, Become What You Are, helped make Hatfield a near-star thanks to melodies that swallowed you whole, Whatever, My Love doesn’t devour at quite the same rate. Opener Invisible is probably the hookiest of the bunch, but it’s not lyrically sharp enough to reel it all home. The trio locks into forms it’s long mastered. Even if the album lacks a killer riff or a song whose words simply cannot be forgotten, the sarcastic snarl and classic rock guitar heard on Blame It on the Stylist or the melancholy of I Don’t Know What to Do with My Hands should still appease power pop listeners.