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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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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. Unfortunately, frontman Evan Dando wants to be taken seriously as an artist dealing with big issues. "Big Gay Heart" is a country-flavored protest of gay-bashing in which he takes a cue from Kurt Cobain and flirts with bisexuality. The truth is, he's probably too narcissistic to care about another member of either sex. In "Paid to Smile," Dando protests that he shouldn't be treated special because he's a handsome rock star. But his attitude says exactly the opposite. It's a bit like that old shampoo commercials where the model crows, "Please don't hate me because I'm beautiful. --Jim DeRogatis

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
7. Style
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

Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 12, 1993)
  • Original Release Date: January 1, 1993
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Atlantic Records
  • ASIN: B000002IWY
  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #112,201 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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3.6 out of 5 stars

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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By David J. Finn on July 8, 2003
Format: Audio CD
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+++++++
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Brendan Corr on October 14, 1999
Format: Audio CD
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".
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By KD on September 26, 2000
Format: Audio CD
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.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By M. Buisman on September 23, 2005
Format: Audio CD
Come On Feel The Lemonheads.... everyone has their heroes and Evan Dando has got to be one of mine. This is still my favorite Lemonheads records, maybe a little sweet and poppy but the quality of the songs of awesome and very easy.

From 'Great Big No' to into your arms and the awesome 'Big Gay Heart', 'It's About Time and 'Down About It'. It's all so much fun to listen to. A really funny song is 'Being Around'.

Great, even after 12 years.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Damaris Castaneda on February 9, 2008
Format: Audio CD
If this song would have been released today it's easily a #1 HIT! Way before Nirvana was having their dark moments Evan had his just like the late great legend KING OF PUNK FUNK RICK JAMES! I got this cd just to hear Rick James Style and loved it to the fullest, The Lemonhead should have enjoyed more commmerical success as they are better than today half/as bands but thing happen. Rick powerful voice comes in just like his last release (Deeper Still) and Rick went out with a bang. For those of you who have been living under a rock and don't know who Rick James is do your research and learn about the King of Funk and Roll.
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Let me say right of the bat that this review of Come On Feel The Lemonheads is based on my having forgiven the fact that the CD ends with a 15-minute instrumental mess. I am not sure that I have ever actually listened to it, except for maybe when I had it playing in the background while I was busy with other things. Thus, "The Jello Fund" doesn't really weigh the album down, because it is easy to simply ignore. So minus this track, Come On's 14 songs clock in at 39 minutes, and is a superb collection of The Lemonheads' brand of tuneful less-than-three minute-long ditties. This is a good thing, because The Lemonheads - like the candy - are best enjoyed in small packages. This album is not as rock solid as It's A Shame About Ray, but is a bit more challenging in a few instances and somehow even simpler in others than it's predecessor.

Lead singer Evan Dando delivers his vocals with his typical unpretentious aplomb, as immediately demonstrated "The Great Big No". The songs get this confident treatment no matter how simple they are. Yet Dando throws in a little self-deprecation on "Being Around", where he humorously begs again for a bit part in that oblivious special someone's life. Almost all of the songs maintain a steady mid-tempo pace, including the stand-out track "Paid To Smile", which starts out slowly but picks up in a slight and nuanced manner during the verses. "Big Gay Heart" (as well as "Being Around") allows Dando to indulge his love of country rock and Gram Parsons, and features some fine steel guitar. "I'll Do It Anyway" and "Rest Assured" zip along at a speedy pace, but the album only really rocks on the first version of "Style" ("Rick James Style", the other version, makes for the most unlikely musical pairing since Bing Crosby and David Bowie).
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