Label: Atlantic - 78 25374 • Format: Cassette Album Dolby HX Pro • Country: Canada • Genre: Rock • Style: Alternative Rock, Country Rock
· Come On Feel the Lemonheads should have been the album that propelled the trio and Evan Dando to stardom, but instead of delivering a concise pop record in the vein of It's a Shame About Ray, they made a messy album that never quite found its 's not to say that Come On Feel is without merit, because that's hardly the case. In many ways, it's the most interesting record that the /10().
album features the tracks the Great Big NO, Into Your Arms, Paid to Smile and more. Atlantic. The Lemonheads' third Atlantic album has its moments: "The Great Big NO," "Down About It" and "Dawn Can't Decide" don't break new ground (the dB's jangled better 12 years ago), but they're catchy, rollicking pop tunes/5(71).
· On the band's fifth album, Come on Feel the Lemonheads, Dando delivers clever wordplay and deep, harmonious vocals. On "Paid to Smile" he recognizes the landslide of poster-boy press he's gotten Is Accessible For Free: False.
· Album. Come On Feel The Lemonheads The Lemonheads. Released Octo. Come On Feel The Lemonheads Tracklist. 1. The Great Big No Paid to Smile .
Come On Feel The Lemonheads (LP, Album) Atlantic. US. Come On Feel The Lemonheads (CD, Album, Club Edition) Atlantic.
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