The first incarnation of The Lemonheads imploded when Evan Dando
insisted on playing the guitar riff from Guns N’ Roses’ “Sweet
Child O’ Mine” during every song while on stage. The second time
around, a cover of Simon and Garfunkel’s “Mrs. Robinson” brought
the band to the attention of the masses, but Dando’s rock ’n’ roll
lifestyle quickly intruded upon their infectious guitar-laden pop.
By the late ’90s, The Lemonheads were no more. Having straightened
out and released a gorgeous solo album, Baby I’m Bored, in 2003,
Evan Dando has also recently resurrected The Lemonheads. They
signed with Vagrant Records and are currently in the studio
recording. And while we anxiously await the results, here are but a
few of the band’s musical highlights …

1> “Into Your Arms,” from 1993’s Come on Feel the

2> “My Drug Buddy,” from 1992’s It’s a Shame About

3> “The Outdoor Type,” from 1996’s Car Button

4> “Postcard,” from 1989’s Create Your Friends

5> “Big Gay Heart,” from 1993’s Come on Feel the


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