Terra Incognita

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  • Summary: Juliette Lewis goes solo with this record produced by Omar Rodriguez-Lopez.

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Hard Lovin' Woman
I'm in a whole lot of trouble And I been here before You know I'm a hard lovin' woman Who needs a hard lovin man One who can stick around baby One... See the rest of the song lyrics
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  1. The combination of Lewis and Rodriguez-Lopez seems promising, albeit one that could use a few tweaks and a tad less self-indulgence on the conceptual front.
  2. Mojo
    Juliette Lewis's third shot at crossing over from award-winning actress to respected songwriter appears to br gatherng pace. [Oct 2009, p.98]
  3. 60
    A rich, rowdy and mostly rewarding listen.
  4. Juliette Lewis dials down the aggression, amps up the introspection, and adds a dose of weirdness on her third album, Terra Incognita. As always, what Lewis wants to achieve is apparent and admirable, but not necessarily quite what is achieved.
  5. Lewis convincingly mixes guttural aggression and haunting sonic effects. However, the songwriting is mostly nonexistent, and some tracks are puzzling non-fits that destroy any consistent atmosphere.
  6. The conceptual stuff is ill-advised.... But she's a competent angst-belter who knows how to imitate singers she likes, from Courtney Love to Kim Carnes--even if her Janis Joplin is too close to 30 Rock for comfort.
  7. Q Magazine
    For all her Stakhanovite efforts and the title track's Hole-esque venom, the fact is she's yet to prove that it is music and not acting that is her true calling. [Oct 2009, p.112]
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