Wednesday, October 13, 2010

Lemonheads - Lick (.FLAC)

The Lemonheads' evolution from post-Hüsker Dü hardcore punk rockers to teenage heartthrobs is one of the strangest sagas in alternative music. Initially, the group was a punk-pop trio formed by three teenage Boston suburbanites, but over the years, the band became a vehicle for Evan Dando. Blessed with good looks and a warm, sweet voice, Dando became a teen idol in the early '90s, when Nirvana's success made alternative bands commercially viable. While his simple, catchy songs were instantly accessible, they tended to hide the more subversive nature of his lyrics, as well as his gift for offbeat covers and his devotion to country-rock father Gram Parsons. After developing his signature blend of pop, punk, and country-rock on several independent records in the late '80s, Dando moved the Lemonheads to Atlantic Records in 1990. Two years later, It's a Shame About Ray made the group into media sensations, as Dando's face appeared on music and teen magazines across America and Britain.

1.mallo cup
2.glad I don't know
3.7 powers
4.a circle of one
5.cazzo di ferro
8.come back D.A.
9.I am a rabbit
10.sad girl

..year: 1988
..format & quality: .flac/level 8
password: hha


rbarban said...

should "hha" work as a password?

rbarban said...

Never it.