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Additional Information about Come on Feel the Lemonheads by The Lemonheads (Group) (CD, Oct-1993, Atlantic (Label))
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||The Lemonheads (Group)
||Alternative, Rock & Pop
1. The Great Big No
2. Into Your Arms
3. It's About Time
4. Down About It
5. Paid to Smile
6. Big Gay Heart
8. Rest Assured
9. Dawn Can't Decide
10. I'll Do It Anyway
11. Rick James Style
12. Being Around
13. Favorite T
14. You Can Take It With You
15. The Jello Fund
||Belinda Carlisle, Juliana Hatfield, Rick James, Sneaky Pete Kleinow
||Evan Dando, The Robb Brothers
Lemonheads: Evan Dando (vocals, guitar, piano); Nic Dalton (vocals, bass); David Ryan (drums).Additional personnel: Rick James, Juliana Hatfield, Belinda Carlisle (vocals); Sneaky Pete Kleinow (pedal steel guitar).Personnel: Evan Dando (vocals, guitar, piano); Juliana Hatfield, Nic Dalton, Rick James (vocals); Jeff Baxter (guitar); Sneaky Pete Kleinow (steel guitar); David Ryan (drums); Belinda Carlisle (background vocals).Recording information: Cherokee REcording Studios, Hollywood, CA.Unknown Contributor Role: Tom Morgan .The Lemonheads broke through with 1992's excellent IT'S A SHAME ABOUT RAY, when a rattling cover of "Mrs. Robinson," recorded for an anniversary reissue of THE GRADUATE, became a fluke hit single. This 1993 follow-up was overshadowed by reports of leader Evan Dando's drug problems, and the album sounds suitably idiosyncratic.There's a handful of pure-pop gems--"Into Your Arms," "The Great Big No" and the Juliana Hatfield tribute "It's About Time"--that are among Dando's most winsomely catchy tunes. Elsewhere, the album has an uncomfortable, almost Syd Barrett-like level of psychic distress, as on both versions of the bizarre drug anthem "Style" (one featuring barely lucid interjections by fellow drug casualty Rick James), and the unlisted tracks following the morose instrumental "The Jello Fund." Often disturbing, but oddly fascinating.