Thrash Hits

March 15th, 2015

Sunday Slaylist: Juliette and The Licks

Juliette and the Licks Thrash Hits

This weekend we’ve been listening to a shitload of Juliette and The Licks tracks. There’s no anniversary, no reason, no stupid hook to hang this on – we’ve just been listening to some records for their own sake.

We’ve picked some of the best/most popular [delete depending on how snobbish you are] tracks from The Licks’ six years together. We’ve deliberately not picked any tracks from Juliette Lewis’ naff follow-up project, Juliette and the New Romantiques. Trust us, you should thank us for that small mercy.

REMEMBER – if you subscribe to our Weekly Slaylist in Spotify you’ll automatically get the new Slaylist every time we update it. You don’t have to do anything and BOSH new Slaylists for you. We’ve also got every single past Slaylist safely archived, if one of our previous ones really tickled your fancy – check them all out here.

Spotify is available to most of Europe, the USA, Australia, New Zealand, and a load of other countries for free – though obviously you’re better off shelling out £10 a month for Spotify’s Premium package, as then you can listen to our Slaylists without having them interrupted by adverts. For our readers in countries not currently serviced by Spotify…go buy some other album other than a Juliette And The Licks one, because while they’re all pretty good, Juliette Lewis is a genuine bona fide millionaire and probably doesn’t need your £££ as much as a band that’s local to wherever you are in the world.