Only Everything

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Only Everything
Juliana Hatfield - Only Everything.jpg
Studio album by Juliana Hatfield
Released March 28, 1995
Genre Alternative rock
Length 51:20
Label Mammoth/Atlantic
Producer Juliana Hatfield
Paul Q. Kolderie
Sean Slade
Juliana Hatfield chronology
Become What You Are
(1993)Become What You Are1993
Only Everything
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
AllMusic 3.5/5 stars link

Only Everything is the second solo album by Juliana Hatfield, released in 1995. Two singles with accompanying music videos were released from the album: "What a Life" and "Universal Heart-Beat". "Universal Heart-Beat" peaked at #5 on Billboard's Modern Rock Tracks in 1995.


Upon its release in 1995, Only Everything was notable for its sound which was more aggressive than Hatfield's previous work.[1] The album drew comparisons to the work of Dinosaur Jr., with Hatfield sounding "as if she were possessed by J. Mascis himself."[2] Produced by Paul Q. Kolderie and Sean Slade, who had previously produced Hole's very successful Live Through This, the album uses heavily distorted guitar tone with catchy pop songs.[3]

Track listing[edit]

All tracks written by Juliana Hatfield except where noted.

No. Title Length
1. "What a Life" 3:22
2. "Fleur de Lys" 3:45
3. "Universal Heart-Beat" 3:25
4. "Dumb Fun" 3:26
5. "Live on Tomorrow" 2:59
6. "Dying Proof" 2:50
7. "Bottles and Flowers" 5:25
8. "Outsider" 3:16
9. "OK OK" 2:38
10. "Congratulations" 4:42
11. "Hang Down from Heaven" 3:22
12. "My Darling" 2:52
13. "Simplicity Is Beautiful" 4:14
14. "You Blues" 5:04



  • Producers: Juliana Hatfield, Paul Q. Kolderie, Sean Slade
  • Engineers: Paul Q. Kolderie, Sean Slade
  • Assistant engineers: Edward Douglas, Bill Emmons, Fred Kevorkian, Carl Plaster
  • Mixing: Paul Q. Kolderie, Sean Slade
  • Art direction: Thomas Bricker
  • Photography: Michael Lavine



Year Chart Position
1995 The Billboard 200 96
1995 UK Album Charts 59


Year Single Chart Position
1995 "Universal Heart-Beat" Modern Rock Tracks 5
1995 "Universal Heart-Beat" The Billboard Hot 100 84
1995 "Universal Heart-Beat" UK Singles Chart[4] 65


  1. ^ Only Everything
  2. ^ REVIEW: Juliana Hatfield, Only Everything - Jon Steltenpohl
  3. ^ ALBUM REVIEW : JULIANA HATFIELD, "Only Everything"
  4. ^ "UK Official Charts: Juliana Hatfield". Official Charts Company. 2016. Retrieved 16 December 2016.