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Come on Feel the Lemonheads
Come on Feel the Lemonheads
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
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1993 album features the tracks The Great Big NO, Into Your Arms, Paid To Smile and more. Atlantic.


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All Artists: Lemonheads
Title: Come on Feel the Lemonheads
Members Wishing: 0
Total Copies: 14
Label: Atlantic Records
Original Release Date: 1/1/1993
Re-Release Date: 10/12/1993
Album Type: Import
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
Styles: Hardcore & Punk, Adult Alternative
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaCD Credits: 1
UPCs: 075678253720, 075678253713, 075678253744


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1993 album features the tracks The Great Big NO, Into Your Arms, Paid To Smile and more. Atlantic.

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Dando at his Best-really 4&1/2 stars!!!!
David J. Finn | North Sydney, NSW Australia | 07/08/2003
(4 out of 5 stars)

"Well I'm saddened to see some of the negative reviews...because this is a brillant CD, which I have had in my collection for a decade now, and every now and then I play it, just because I love it so much.Yes, there are a couple of questionable tracks, but the rest more than make up for it. "Its about Time" was practically my anthem for many years during Uni!!! And tracks like "Great Big No", "Into my Arms", "You can take it with you", "Favorite T" and "Big gay Heart" are just about some of the best folk pop/rock gems I've ever heard. In short, I'm astounded when people call this a flop, because in Oz it was HUGE, at least in my circle of friends. Its even outlasted most of them in fact!!!! :-) Great stuff Evan, I really enjoy and respect your work+++++++"
If you don't like this CD, have your head examined
KD | Boston, MA USA | 09/26/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)

"With the exception of "The Jello Fund" (an obvious joke), COME ON FEEL THE LEMONHEADS is packed with well-crafted pop from start to finish. "Into Your Arms" has all the ingredients of the perfect pop single. Other tracks, like "It's About Time", "Down About It", "Paid to Smile" and "Big Gay Heart" are as catchy as they come. By this time the Lemonheads were a well-polished pop unit, leaving behind much of the hardcore punk sound they had started with. Fans of earlier LP's such as "Hate Your Friends" or "Creator" may not take to their later sound, but anyone with an ear for melody will find this disc irresistible."
"Dando is 90's Gram Parsons.." - BrendanCorr Melbourne AUST
Brendan Corr | Melbourne Australia | 10/15/1999
(4 out of 5 stars)

"I am astounded at how poorly this album was received by the record-buying public in general and by so-called Lemonhead/Dando fans in particular.After the critical and commercial success enjoyed with the "Shame About Ray" album, Dando again delivers a beautifully crafted mixture of tunes which range from the up-beat "Into Your Arms" (penned by Robyn St Clare, bassist with defunct Australian guitar/pop outfit "The Hummingbirds") to the soulful/melancholy of "Big Gay Heart" & "Being Around".Dando is one of the least appreciated musican/songwriters of his generations, which I suspect is a result of his reluctance to sick with a particular 'sound' or music genre. Personally I enjoy and appreciate Dando's ability to craft and cover great tunes that range from clever pop guitar (I'll Do It Anyway) to Country/Parody (Big Gay Heart) to Rock (Down About It) and the whimsical, folky sound of "Being Around".Genuine fans of "Real Music" (rather than the mass-manufactured FM-friendly CRAP than dominates westerm music charts) could do a lot worse than acquiring the Lemonheads final trilogy of "Shame About Ray", "Come On Feel The Lemonheads" and "Car Button Cloth"."