The Info List - Emotion Is Dead

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Emotion Is Dead is the second studio album by American rock band The Juliana Theory, released on August 29, 2000, on Tooth & Nail Records.[2] The fourth track from the album, "We're at the Top of the World (To the Simple Two)," was featured in the 2001 Disney Channel Original Movie, Motocrossed. Between June and August 2001, the group performed on the Warped Tour.[3] Track listing[edit] All lyrics written by Brett Detar, except where noted; all music composed by The Juliana Theory.

No. Title Length

1. "Into the Dark" 4:03

2. "Don't Push Love Away" 3:17

3. "To the Tune of 5,000 Screaming Children" 3:52

4. "We're at the Top of the World (To the Simple Two)" 3:17

5. "Is Patience Still Waiting?" 3:51

6. "Emotion Is Dead Pt.I" (Instrumental) 2:04

7. "If I Told You This Was Killing Me, Would You Stop?" 3:52

8. "We're Nothing Without You" 4:14

9. "Something Isn't Right Here" (Detar, Joshua Kosker, Chad Alan) 2:07

10. "Understand the Dream Is Over" 2:56

11. "This Is Your Life" (Detar, Alan) 3:35

12. "You Always Say Goodnight, Goodnight" 9:30

13. "Emotion Is Dead Pt.II" 4:45

Total length: 51:21

Japanese bonus track

No. Title Length

14. "This Is the End of Your Life"  


Chad Alan – electric bass guitars, backing vocals, additional percussion Brett Detar – lead & backing vocals, lead & rhythm guitar, acoustic guitars, keyboards, key & drum programming & sequencing, sampling, additional percussion, additional bass guitar (track: 13), producer, recording (track: 13), recording pre-production demos Brandon Ebel – executive producer Joshua Fiedler – lead & rhythm guitars, acoustic guitars, backing vocals Brian Gardner – masterering Neil Hebrank – drum kit, ethnic percussion, various additional percussion, additional vocals Rose Wind Jerome – cover girl photography The Juliana Theory – performer Jeff Jurciukonis – strings Joshua Kosker – lead & rhythm guitars, acoustic guitars, backing vocals, additional percussion Jason Magnusson – second engineer, mixing, sequencing (album order), tambourines, shakers, jingle bells, various assorted percussion, additional electronic drum programming (track: 12), recording (track: 9) Teresa Paulson – A&R Barry Poynter – producer, engineer, mixing, sequencing (album order) Camilla Slertman – band photography Brenda Tharp – supplementary vocals (track: 12) Lopetz00 – opticals


Mastered at Bernie Grundman Mastering Committed to various forms of digital and anolog media and mixed to digital audio tape at Poynter's Palace, Little Rock, Arkansas Recorded at The Detar House (track: 13) Recorded at the Poynter's spare bedroom and living room (track: 9) Pre-production demos recorded at the Detar house Opticals crafted at Bureau Destruct, Bern, Switzerland


^ a b c Losey, Steve. "Emotion Is Dead". AllMusic. All Media Guide. Retrieved January 20, 2017.  ^ "Emotion Is Dead". AllMusic. All Media Guide. Retrieved January 20, 2017.  ^ Vanhorn, Teri (March 13, 2001). "Warped Tour Adds Rollins Band, Lists Dates, Cities". MTV. Viacom. Retrieved February 25, 2018. 

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The Juliana Theory

Chad Alan Brett Detar Joshua Fiedler Neil Hebrank Joshua Kosker Jeremiah Momper Joshua Walters

Studio albums

Understand This Is a Dream Emotion Is Dead Love Deadbeat Sweetheartbeat

Extended plays

The Juliana Theory / Dawson High Split The Juliana Theory / Onelinedrawing / The Grey AM 3 Way Split Music from Another Room

Live albums

Live 10.13.2001 Downtown Brewing Co. – San Luis Obispo Ca 11/2/05 Troubadour – West Hollywood Ca 11/3/05 Chain Reaction – Anaheim Ca 11/5/05 Neckbeard's – Tempe Az 11/7/05 Scrappy's – Tucson Az 11/8/05