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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Juliana Theory. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Juliana Theory, often where they are interviewed.

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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Juliana Theory. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Juliana Theory, often where they are interviewed.

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The Juliana Theory: Part One

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The Juliana Theory’s biggest album, Emotion Is Dead, one of the most legendary in the Tooth & Nail catalog, just reached its 20 year anniversary. This episode explores the conditions in which the band and particularly the frontman Brett Detar emerged.   The western Pennsylvania/ West Virginia scene, from which Zao and The Juliana Theory are from is another hot spot that emerged and connected to the wider scene in the late 90’s in part by connecting to the Arkansas scene with Barry Poynter through Bruce from Living Sacrifice.   Bret was the guitarist in Zao, and lead singer for The Juliana Theory. Both wildly successful 90’s groups and often listed among the favorites of bands of the subsequent generation, many of whom were known for fusing hardcore with sad emo elements and learning how to tie it together in a way that could reach an even wider audiences with some pop appeal. The influence is hard to overstate.    

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SONGS YOU HEARD ON THIS EPISODE:

The Julianna Theory “Duane Joseph” Overcome “When Beauty Dies” Zao “Resistance” Zao “Times of Separation” Bloodshed “Words For The First Time” Strongarm “Advent of a Miracle” Living Sacrifice “Reborn Empowered” The Julianna Theory “We’re At The Top Of The World” The Juliana Theory "If I Told You This Was Killing Me, Would You Stop?"  

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Sep 11 2020 · 1hr 36mins
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Hard Rock Lunch Box: #331 [01/16/2020] Music from Rush, The Dangerous Summer, Juliana Theory, Something Heavy, Pathmaker, The Nearly Deads, Fightstar, New Found Glory, Coheed and Cambria, Gee Davey and MORE!

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This week on the BOX...   

DJ has to leave early this week, so it's a short BOX, but he still manages to get in a tribute to Neil Peart.  Aside from the influence that Rush - and its individual members - have had on music in general, DJ speaks to his (almost) life-long affinity for Neil's stories and writing style.  Citing no bigger influence on the kind of writer he wants to be, DJ plays "A Farewell to Kings" and reads through the chorus just to highlight how poignant the words are today, and could be at any time in our later human history.  And that's what makes something lyrical become truly timeless.  The man and those stories will be missed.

Back to a full show next week, promise.

 This ain't your mom's lunchbox.  

Music from Rush, The Dangerous Summer, Juliana Theory, Something Heavy, Pathmaker, The Nearly Deads, Fightstar, New Found Glory, Coheed and Cambria, Gee Davey and MORE!

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Jan 17 2020 · 1hr
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Brett Detar from The Juliana Theory

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Episode 267 - One day late, but NEVER leaving you hanging! Happy dog days of summer but we aren’t slowing down, Brett Detar from The Juliana Theory (and Zao!) is spending time with us to discuss dispelling rumors (that I bring up!), living the life of music and the business behind music. The band has been through it all and Brett is definitely game to be incredibly transparent with his experience. Hope you dig! Simple Mobile is your perfect sidekick for all your summer adventures!Use our Amazon Affiliate Code to support the show!

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Jul 27 2017 · 1hr 19mins
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The Juliana Theory

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On this week’s episode Babs & Morgan talk high school graduations, horror films and The Juliana Theory reunion with Brett Detar.
May 15 2017 · 45mins
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#99 - Brett Detar (The Juliana Theory)

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Today we welcome Brett Detar from The Juliana Theory. The band recently announced a reunion tour so it was time to get Brett to talk with us on the podcast. Little did I know but Brett and I were both at a Sunny Day Real Estate show NYC back in 2000 and he noticed my Washed Up Emo shirt at SDRE’s reunion in 2009 as well. After my mind was blown with those two facts, Brett and I talked about his past including obsession with Fugazi, his history with Zao and what happened at The Juliana Theory’s first practice. Along the way and more than most guests, Brett was brutally honest with what went wrong with their career. It was really refreshing to have someone just lay out all their cards like that. In the end, the band followed their own muse and caught a ton of heat for it and in my opinion, just a little bit ahead of their time. 

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Apr 24 2017 · 1hr 16mins
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#49 - Josh Fiedler (The Juliana Theory)

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We welcome Josh Fiedler from The Juliana Theory. We talk about everything you’ve been wondering about the band. A must listen for any fan of this band or era. 

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Oct 26 2015 · 58mins
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#27: The Juliana Theory

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The Juliana Theory released three lousy albums and one halfway good album with some really excellent tracks. And really bad album art.
May 10 2009 ·