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Lost Horizons

Lemon Jelly

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Album Review

From their unusual but forgettable name to their information-free but visually stunning artwork (one half of Lemon Jelly, Fred Deakin, is a noted graphic designer). Lemon Jelly court a sort of smiley face anonymity, kind of like Boards of Canada without that act's darker impulses. Their second album, 2002's Lost Horizons, is a delightful but slightly faceless blend of lounge pop, subtle beats, found sound, with mellow jazz influences. The elements shift slightly from song to song, as in the odd, compressed vocal samples and watery keyboards of "Space Walk," compared to the coy, kicky jazz noir of the soundtrack-like "The Curse of Ka'Zar," but there's an overarching sense to Lost Horizons: the idea that this might even be a proper concept album if one put the work into deciphering it. But it's so summery, pretty, and enjoyable to chill out to that detective work simply sounds too hard. Highlights include the dreamy, acoustic guitar-based single "Nice Weather for Ducks," and the giggly, tongue-in-cheek "Ramblin' Man."

Customer Reviews

The album of choice

This album is one of my favourites ever. As music goes this is a true chilled yet uplifting piece of work. The tracks offer a depth of seemless consciousness that carry you on a journey through both styles, bpm and mixing that is ecleptic in its range. Do not get me wrong, there is little vocally here that can excit or inspire any where near the great solo artists of recent or past times, but as music and composition, this is near unrivaled.


I bought this album a long time ago, when it came out, and I still listen to it often. Space Walk is one of only 9 tracks ever to have received a 5 star rating on my iTunes, and I have a lot of music! This album really is great, and very relaxing. It's cheery beats and quirky samples will make anyone smile and this is well worth the money. It could hardly be described as 'Pop', but anyone with respect for music as an art form will enjoy it.

Another Brilliant Review

Indeed another glowing review. Had this for years now and it's still played regularly. If you've never heard it then you're missing out on something quite unique.


Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The duo Lemon Jelly's chilled out grooves and breaks are produced by Nick Franglen and Fred Deakin. Deakin is a DJ and designer whose illustration work has been highlighted in the culture magazine the Face. Franglen has produced with the talents of Primal Scream, Björk, and even the Spice Girls. Their first full-length, LemonJelly.KY, was a collection of three limited-edition U.K. EPs that the duo released over two years. Their official full length debut, Lost Horizons, arrived in the fall of 2002...
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