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Artist: Lemon Jelly
Label: Xl Recordings
Genre: Ambient
Release: Jan 2000   My Rating: 0
Duration: 67:20
Summary: A collection of three EPs released in limited quantities by this London duo (Nick Franglen and Fred Deakin), "Lemonjelly.ky" is what happens when you mix electronic psychedelia with downtempo beats, a selection of warm and organic sounds, a splash of sunshine, and a big dose of smiles. Coming across like a series of electronic fairy tales designed for warm, hazy afternoons in the park, Lemon Jelly are all about a good time, chill style. Kruder & Dorfmeister would approve, as would the Orb, but Lemon Jelly also have a stoner's sense of humor to accompany their warmly chaotic mixes. Take "A Tune for Jack," with its big sea elephants and smooth high-synth sound that evokes the Parisian duo Air, and then try the amusingly instructional voiceover during "The Staunton Lick." Both illustrate clearly that for Lemon Jelly there are no rules other than to let your imagination (fueled as it might be) wander where it must. Indeed, one of the most delightful things about this album, as you meander through stunningly lush pastures like "Homage to Patagonia" and the melancholic romance of "Kneel Before Your God," is its ability to marry great music with a genuine sense of goodwill and happy disorder. If Alice ever did manage to hear some tunes as she tripped about Wonderland, "Lemonjelly.ky" must have been the soundtrack she enjoyed. "--Steffan Chirazi"


Artist: Lemon Jelly
Label: Xl Recordings
Genre: Dance & DJ
Release: Jul 2005   My Rating: 0
Duration: 7:48
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Artist: Lemon Jelly
Label: Import [Generic]
Genre: Dance & DJ
Release: Jan 2003   My Rating: 0
Duration: 8:38
Summary: Taken from the 2002 album, Lost Horizons. The title track (radio edit) is backed with two non-LP tracks, 'Soft' & 'Spacewalk' (Video). Deluxe paper sleeve. XL.


Artist: Lemon Jelly
Label: Impotent Fury
Genre: Dance & DJ
Release: Jan 2005   My Rating: 0
Duration: 7:54
Summary: The 2nd single taken from the 2005 album '64-95'. The title track is backed with three non-album tracks 'Baby Battle Scratch', 'The Shouty Track' (video) & '64-'95 DVD Trailer (video). XL.


Artist: Lemon Jelly
Label: Impotent Fury
Genre: Dance & DJ
Release: Jan 2004   My Rating: 0
Duration: 13:24
Summary: Taken from the 2005 album '65-95'. The album is comprised of songs based around samples of the duo's favorite songs between those years. The single is based on Gallagher & Lyle's 'I Wanna Stay With You'. The title track is b/w 'Rolled' & 'The Fruity Track'.