The Info List - Understand This Is A Dream

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Understand This Is a Dream is the debut album by Greensburg, Pennsylvania Rock band, The Juliana Theory, released on March 23, 1999 by Tooth and Nail Records. Track listing[edit]

"This Is Not a Love Song" - 3:13 "Duane Joseph" - 4:01 "August in Bethany" - 4:21 "Music Box Superhero" - 4:27 "Seven Forty Seven" - 3:03 "The Closest Thing" - 4:09 "Show Me the Money" - 4:28 "For Evangeline" - 5:03 "P.S. We'll Call You When We Get There" - 3:07 "Constellation" - 6:34 "Farewell My Friend" - 2:44 (Vinyl Only Track)

Critical reception[edit] Doug Van Pelt from HM Magazine stated that "If you like the infectious pop of Plankeye, and appreciate that it's dirty and groove-filled rather than compressed and polished (the "Nashville treatment"), [you] will love The Juliana Theory."[2][3] References[edit]

^ Understand This Is a Dream at AllMusic. Retrieved July 17, 2013. ^ Van Pelt, Doug (May–June 1999). "Album Reviews: The Juliana Theory understand this is a dream". HM Magazine (77). ISSN 1066-6923.  ^ Van Pelt, Doug. "Album Reviews". HM Magazine. Archived from the original on July 13, 2001. Retrieved July 17, 2013. 

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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