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  • Audio CD (May 18, 2004)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Zoe Records
  • ASIN: B0001XAPP6
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (17 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33,792 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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The guitar work is crazy.
Daniel D.McCord
If 'Beautiful Creature' was Juliana Hatfield's best collection of songs since 'Hey Babe,' 'In Exile Deo' certainly matches both aforementioned albums for quality.
M. A Fortes
Juliana should be proud and in awe of her creation - truly amazing work.
JS

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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By T. Lalley on October 18, 2004
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This is a very strong release. Musically, it's interesting and enjoyable as always but nothing terribly new compared to her previous stuff. But the lyrics are more bitingly honest than anything she's done before. It's the same tales of woe, laced with a bit of hope, but this time it really hits the mark.

I still like her old stuff but she's grown up and this release, more than any other, shows that. This constant change is interesting enough for her music to have held my attention for the past 15+ years. It's nice that this release doesn't break that trend.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Keith Kanen on June 1, 2004
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As one who has always loved Juliana's music and knows all her albums well, one caveat before I add to In Exile Deo's well-deserved kudos. If you have heard little or none of her work, I would first recommend one or more of her earlier CD's for some perspective, all filled with wonderfully diverse alterna-pop-rock songs showcasing her somewhat quirky, engaging style, youthful intensity and angst. Excluding In Exile Deo for the moment, which I would put somewhere near the top, here's how I would rate her albums first to last, though these are close calls... Only Everything('95), Beautiful Creature/Total System Failure(simultaneous 2000 release), Become What You Are('93) and the 6 song EP Please Do Not Disturb('97) will all make you a fan for sure. Bed ('98), while IMO less memorable overall, does has a few superb cuts. I would also highly recommend 2001's God Bless The Blake Babies -- her warmly relaxed/cool renunion CD with her old bandmates.
That said, there is so much to love about In Exile Deo! I don't see how an earlier reviewer could possibly diss the first two songs. The opening cut is a terrific kick-ass rocker where -- sick and tired of no (lasting) love & affection in her life -- she is determined to simply have fun playing with anyone who comes along that strikes her fancy. Coming from someone who has often lamented her shyness, it's fun to hear her loosen up and blow away that impression, though I don't think we have to worry too much about our socially shy heroine becoming a total hedonist. The song's title/main refrain is Get In Line (..I'm giving myself away. :-) ..it's hard, fast, propulsive and catchy with killer guitar work from Juliana!
The next song offers up further proof she is the most underated guitarist on the planet.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Xavier on September 21, 2004
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I'd give it 4.5 stars if I could. (5 is reserved for monumental works like "Who's Next".) But I really, really like this record. This is the most expansive, accessible work she's done since "Only Everything." Her recent outings with Some Girls show here in the melodic, upbeat nature of a lot of these songs. But where Some Girls' "Feel It" felt kind of restrained and subdued, "In Exile Deo" stretches its legs more. It rocks harder in places, with songs like "Get In Line"; gets intimate, with "Tomorrow Never Comes"; and even includes the most fun song Juliana's ever recorded, "Sunshine". This song, hey, the whole record is great for cruising down the highway on a summer day. There's only one throwaway song, "Dirty Dog", which sounds like a B-side from an old INXS album.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A. Hobbs on September 28, 2004
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I give it 5 stars because it's as good as anything she has done in her long career.The highs and lows are all there but with a fresh touch to the overall sound . "Sunshine" is a rocker and one of my favorites(and one of her own favorites from the cd as well) The cd does not break much new ground but her voice is better than ever.She stated that she worked really hard with her voice during this one ...and it shows! .I'm happy with Juliana's music in the way she likes to make it. straight ahead true ,honest pop-rock.In a recient interview she mentions that she has more confidence in her work and in her self than ever before, and this cd mirrors that confidence in the songs

A must-have for any Juliana Hatfield fan's collection.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Michael Stack VINE VOICE on July 26, 2005
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In 2000, Juliana Hatfield released two albums that showed drastically different facets of her musical personality-- the aggressive "Total System Failure" and the introspective "Beautiful Creature". In the period intervening, she assembled a "best-of" collection with a number of unreleased tracks from recent sessions ("Gold Stars") and recorded an album with a power trio (Some Girls), all of which caused a four year gap between records. When 2004's "In Exile Deo" arrived, my expectations were rather high.

The good new is, by and large, Hatfield did not disappoint.

Opening with a great driving rock song with an aggressive guitar line ("Get In Line"), the album pretty much rides through on this vein the whole way through. Moving between sort of low-fi mid-tempo alt-rock ("Jamie's in Town", "Because We Love You"), superb bright pop a la Some Girls ("Tourist", "Sunshine"), and an explosive blues-based rock (standou tracks "Forever" and "Dirty Dog") with one jaw dropping ballad along the way (Dot Allison cover "Tomorrow Never Comes"), the album is quite a ride. Hatfield's guitar playing is as powerful as ever, check the blistering solo on the aformentioned "Forever", and certainly her arrangements maintain their cleverness with great use of organs and vocal harmonies on cuts like "Tourist" and "Don't Let Me Down". But most noticable is how confident and self-assured her vocal is, even in her extreme upper register as on "Tomorrow Never Comes". Hatfield's voice can be thin and reedy ("girlish"), but she delivers with such strength that it works well. The only disappointment for me is in fact closer "My Enemy" which just feels like it drags and drones endlessly.

All in all, a great album, not quite as brilliant as some of her other work (2000's "Beautiful Creature" and 1994's "Become What You Are" come immediately to mind), but still an awfully good record. Recommended.
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