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Juliana Hatfield - Hey Babe Album

Juliana Hatfield - Hey Babe Album
  • Performer Juliana Hatfield
  • Title Hey Babe
  • Date of release 23 Mar 2018
  • Country US
  • Style Alternative Rock, Indie Rock
  • Label American Laundromat Records
  • Catalog number ALR-0042
  • Other formats Vinyl, LP, Album, Reissue, Remastered
  • Genre Rock
  • Size MP3 1547 mb
  • Size FLAC 2394 mb
  • Rating: 4.7
  • Votes: 013


1I See You
Drums – Paul TrudeauGuitar, Bass, Vocals – JulianaVocals – John Wesley Harding
Guitar, Vocals – Juliana
3No Answer
Drums – Todd PhilipsGuitar – Mike LeahyGuitar, Bass, Vocals – Juliana
4The Lights
Drums – Todd PhilipsGuitar – Mike LeahyGuitar [Interlude] – Evan DandoGuitar, Bass, Vocals – Juliana
Drums – Paul TrudeauGuitar – Michael WegnerGuitar, Bass, Vocals – Juliana
6Everybody Loves Me But You
Bass, Vocals – JulianaDrums – Todd PhilipsGuitar – Mike LeahyGuitar, Vocals – Evan Dando
7No Outlet
Drums – Paul TrudeauGuitar – Michael WegnerGuitar, Bass, Vocals – JulianaSlide Guitar, E-Bow – Chick Graning
8Forever Baby
Drums – Todd PhilipsGuitar – Mike LeahyGuitar [Riff] – Gary SmithGuitar, Bass, Vocals – Juliana
9Get Off Your Knees
Bass – Mike WattDrums – Todd PhilipsGuitar – Clay Tarver, Mike LeahyGuitar, Vocals – Juliana
Drums – Todd PhilipsGuitar – Clay TarverGuitar, Bass, Vocals – Juliana
11Lost And Saved
Bass, Vocals, Guitar [At The End], Other ["Horn"] – JulianaDrums – Todd PhilipsGuitar – Mike LeahyVocals – Evan Dando, John Wesley Harding


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
MR0035-2Juliana Hatfield Hey Babe ‎(CD, Album)Mammoth RecordsMR0035-2US1992
MR0035-4Juliana Hatfield Hey Babe ‎(Cass, Album)Mammoth RecordsMR0035-4US1992
MRM 0035-2Juliana Hatfield Hey Babe ‎(CD, Album, Club, RE)Mammoth Records, AtticMRM 0035-2CanadaUnknown
MR0035-1Juliana Hatfield Hey Babe ‎(LP)Mammoth RecordsMR0035-1US1992
MR0035-4Juliana Hatfield Hey Babe ‎(Cass, Album)AtticMR0035-4Canada1992


  • DesignLane Wurster
  • Design [Reissue Design Production]Aaron Tanner
  • Engineer [Mix Engineer]Paul Q. Kolderie, Sean Slade
  • Engineer [Recording Engineer]Red Lasus, Carl Plaster
  • Executive-ProducerJay Faires, Steve Balcom
  • Mastered BySean Glonek
  • Photography ByJesse Peretz
  • ProducerGary Smith
  • Written-ByJohn Strohm (tracks: A2), Juliana Hatfield


25th Anniversary Reissue
Newly mastered from the original 1/4" analog tapes

Released in a Gatefold Sleeve


  • Barcode (Text): 616011914184
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A): ALR - 0042 A Lucky
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B): ALR - 0042 B Lucky


  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Mammoth Records
  • Copyright (c) – Mammoth Records
  • Distributed By – American Laundromat Records
  • Licensed From – Mammoth Records
  • Recorded At – Fort Apache
  • Mastered At – SRG Studios
  • Copyright (c) – Juliana Hatfield Music
  • Pressed By – Burlington Record Plant


Talk about Juliana Hatfield - Hey Babe

I have three of these LP's two Purple one's and one black...And believe me that was not my choice it was because this pressing sucked so bad, I don't know how anyone doesn't notice the problem I have on all 3 as a matter of fact I had 4 and had to return one... Why Juliana Hatfield on the whole album sounds she has a a lisp the bright end is so out of whack it's just sad unless there are some normal copies out there... No one has that issue with the Laundromat release. Who ever mastered this or pressed I don't know how they didn't notice or Juliana... But it wasn't de essed with a de essing processor or whatever they use. I'm playing the black copy that I bought because I was getting the purple one's that I thought maybe had a issue with the Translucent pressings. But the same problem is on the black pressing. And it just pisses me off to no end. Frankly that pressing plant they use if you go their site... Well it's just too bad they don't know to press LP's. If they concentrated more on the product then how cool they can make it look I wouldn't be writing this scathing issue. I actually have a rip of the original 1992 LP and it doesn't have this issue at all. Ugh the black copy is worse then the Purple. You can just look at the LP and see how cheap it is. Prove me wrong rip me a song.
All those presses are pretty much junk however this ... A ++ wait till you get it ... God's Foot time for a release ... And how it can be done is the following. The tapes were done in 1997. Sitting in the vault with price tag of 200,000 how does Atlantic make their money back. Ok make a 50 dollar package we could easily be worked out sell them online limited run of let's do the math... Hmmmm 4000 copies x 50 = 200,000 there's there money .... that's how Juliana gets her tape back for one thing, Can she sell 4000 copies. Would you spend a 100 dollars on a God's Foot box set, There's ways.
i realized I wrote this a while back in the wrong section. I own the straight purple presses and the black one. The pressing plant. Well just go to the site. It's automated.