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Album Review

Fred Deakin and Nick Franglen compiled their first three EPs of fizzy chill-out for those late-night lava lamp staring sessions. It's downtempo for the acid generation, an eschewing of popular prêt-à-porter after-hour aesthetics. You wouldn't catch many an icily cool dance group writing songs of slow-motion fascist mamba marches ("Homage to Patagonia"), universal U.K. garage meditations ("Page One"), or Edward Scissorhands sipping cocktails at Eighteenth Street Lounge Music ("His Majesty King Raam"). Perhaps a good thing.

Customer Reviews

If movie music was done in Downtempo

Broad, lucid themes abound within. Hypnotic repitition, with solid chin-noddin' hooks and enough instrumental and vocal surprises that you have to listen to the whole thing at your first listening. Quickly becoming a fan.

Great homework music.

Very cool album. Nice, bright, upbeat, smooth.....some words that might describe this album. I think if you only wanted to get one song, definetly get "Come". Easily my favorite song on there. :)

it makes me feel warm

this album holds so many memories of different times in mylife in which i have been relaxed. i have shown this album to millions of people and they all fell in love with it right away. extremely accessible and impossible not to love. mind music at its best


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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