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Album Review

This album, which came out in late 1991, is not noticeably different from any other release by the Mighty Lemon Drops, save the songs are more uniformly upbeat and the songwriting is a tad weaker. "My Shadow Girl" starts off as a promising piece of psychedelia before the drums kick in, making the song indistinguishable from the rest. "You Don't Appreciate Anything" is probably the best thing here, or at least the most reminiscent of the time when comparing the Mighty Lemon Drops to Echo & the Bunnymen seemed legitimate. All in all, Sound is a reminder of how most alternative rock, in the months before Nirvana broke, was just as boring and predictable as anything in the mainstream.

Biography

Formed: 1985 in Wolverhampton, England

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '80s, '90s

Formed in Wolverhampton, England, in 1985, the Mighty Lemon Drops were a psychedelic-influenced post-punk band with a guitar-based pop sound that drew comparisons to Liverpool's Echo & the Bunnymen. Originally called the Sherbert Monsters, the lineup consisted of singer/guitarist Paul Marsh, guitarist Dave Newton, bassist Tony Linehan, and drummer Keith Rowley, with Newton and Linehan contributing most of the songwriting. In December of 1985, the group released their debut single "Like an Angel"...
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