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Juliette and the Licks
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Juliette and the Licks was a former American rock band led by actress Juliette Lewis. The band broke up in The Licks became a reality when Juliette accompanied Patty Schemel Hole to a Blondie concert and found herself staring at fate. Juliette began to reach out to everyone she knew to find musicians to accompany herself and Patty and soon, she found what she was looking for. The album spawned their most successful single "You're Speaking My Language", and the less successful, disco influenced "Got Love to Kill". The released version of the second single was a remix of the original song, which had a more rock influence.
Juliette And The Licks
She's played quite a few high-energy freaks for Hollywood, but none of her silver screen characters could prepare audiences for the over the top ferociousness Juliette Lewis unleashed when she fronted her band, Juliette and the Licks. Film work took up Lewis ' time until she took a break from it in That year she appeared in the video for H. It was at Johnny Depp 's club, the Viper Room, that audiences first got to hear the Van Halen -meets- Iggy Pop sound of the Licks , and the first time they got to hear the songs Lewis had been writing with hit songwriter Linda Perry. The band toured the West Coast hard for the next year with Lewis hitting the stage in spandex, high-heeled boots, and other attire that shouted "rocker.
It makes a great band transcendent -- see not only Nirvana , of course, but also Queens of the Stone Age -- but it can even make OK bands sound pretty decent, as Juliette and the Licks ' second album, Four on the Floor , proves its very title a seeming allusion to Grohl 's cameo. Juliette and the Licks were perfectly fine and perfectly forgettable on their debut, but here they seem to have weight, largely due to the granite foundation Grohl lays down. He gives this momentum and magnitude, to which Juliette adds, well, a whole bunch of songs about rocking.