other titles...

The Lemonheads

Hotel Sessions (2023 repress)

lp - £13.99
An intimate recording documenting a Sunday night that Evan Dando spent recording new songs with just an acoustic guitar (and some revealing commentary) in a hot...
The Lemonheads

Come on Feel (30th Anniversary Edition)

limited bookback 2lp + download - £61.99 | Buy
limited yellow & red 2lp in gatefold sleeve + download - £28.99

black 2lp in gatefold sleeve + download - £28.99 | Buy

limited bookback 2cd - £22.99 | Buy

2cd - £13.99 | Buy
"For Evan Dando, deeply dippy, crack smokin', high priest of slackerdom, has actually managed to create the perfect pop album" 9/10 - NME, 1993.
The Lemonheads

It’s A Shame About Ray (30th Anniversary Edition)

2lp in gatefold + download - £26.99
deluxe bookback 2lp + download - £39.99

2cd - £11.99 | Buy

deluxe bookback 2cd - £19.99 | Buy
this long overdue reissue includes a whole disc of extra material.
The Lemonheads (2022 reissue)


  1. No Backbone
  2. Black Gown
  3. Become The Enemy
  4. Baby's Home
  5. Pittsburgh
  6. In Passing
  7. Steve's Boy
  8. Let's Just Laugh
  9. Poughkeepsie
  10. December
  11. Rule Of Three

The Lemonheads

The Lemonheads (2022 reissue)

Hassle Records
  • limited indies hand numbered orange / black splatter lp

    Released: 27th May 2022


The Lemonheads is a moody, giddy, charming album, as ragged and dynamic as those the band were making half a lifetime ago.

It's a small miracle that Evan Dando is still alive. It's a slightly bigger one that he can still fend off maturity with such ruffled, wide-eyed panache" Uncut (Oct '06) "Dando has revived the Lemonheads moniker and signed up drummer Bill Stevenson and bassist Karl Alvarez, both veterans of Eighties American punk-rockers The Descendents. The result is a more focused, less varied sound, and none the worse for that. Tight and passionate, "Pittsburgh" could be by an American version of The Jam, while "Become The Enemy" could have been written at any time in the past 20 years, its catchy indie-pop setting providing a stable footing for Dando's account of a collapsing relationship." The Independent (Sept, '06)