The Juliet Dagger | Hi-Ya!

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by The Juliet Dagger

Female fronted power pop from Buffalo, New York.
Genre: Rock: Punk-Pop
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Champion of the Universe
2:18 album only
2. Hold My Breath
3:46 album only
3. Hit Me Natasha One More Time
3:04 album only
4. Over It
4:17 album only
5. Hangman
3:27 album only
6. Leave Me Alone
3:28 album only
7. Flinch
3:13 album only
8. Too Bad About Your Grilfriend
3:04 album only
9. Slamburg
3:18 album only
10. Matter
4:21 album only
11. Taking It Back
3:13 album only
12. Ragdoll
3:57 album only
13. Minute
3:41 album only
14. Over It (japanese Version)
4:18 album only
15. Champion of the Universe (japanese Version)
2:18 album only


Album Notes
...Their music is a delicious melange of guitar rock and cavity-inducing pop, razor sharp East coast hardcore & colorful West coast punk, Sabbath influenced metal & Go-Gos style new wave. The sum total is an infectious mixture of swirling melodies that can be as pleasantly addictive as a box of caffeine laced Cracker Jacks or as brutally direct as a punch in the gut." (Ben Kirst, Chautauqua Region WORD Newspaper)

Hi-Ya! was recorded between Osaka, Japan and Buffalo, NY in 2006 and features vocal and guitar performances by Naoko, lead singer of the legendary "Shonen Knife". The disc was co-produced by The Goo Goo Dolls' Robby Takac and mixed by Paul David Hager (Plain White Tees, The Donnas, Pink)



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Very Good
This is a very good album. It's pop-punk, and there is certainly a grrrl rock vibe here (which I like a lot). Almost all of the songs are catchy, and all of them are quite good. However, if I had to pick three stand-out tracks, I'd say they'd be Over It, Leave Me Alone, and Flinch. Most, though not all, of the songs follow themes of taking one's own path and overcoming various forms of adversity. Finally, I'd like to say this album is vaguely Tsunami Bomb-ish, but I'm not positive. I don't listen to much pop-punk, so I might just be confusing being of the same genre with being similar. If all of this sounds appealing to you, I'd recommend buying Hi-Ya!; I'm definitely not disappointed with my purchase.