Lemon Jelly ‎– Lost Horizons

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Tracklist

Elements
Space Walk
Ramblin' Man
Return To Patagonia
Nice Weather For Ducks
Experiment Number 6
Closer
The Curse Of Ka'Zar

Versions (9)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
IFXLLP 160 Lemon Jelly Lost Horizons(2xLP, Album) XL Recordings, Impotent Fury IFXLLP 160 UK 2002 Sell This Version
IFXLCD 160 Lemon Jelly Lost Horizons(CD, Album) Союз, XL Recordings, Impotent Fury IFXLCD 160 Russia 2002 Sell This Version
IFXLCD 160 Lemon Jelly Lost Horizons(CD, Album, Tri) XL Recordings, Impotent Fury IFXLCD 160 UK 2002 Sell This Version
IFXLCD 160 Lemon Jelly Lost Horizons(CD, Album, Tri) XL Recordings, Impotent Fury IFXLCD 160 UK 2002 Sell This Version
IFXLCD 160 Lemon Jelly Lost Horizons(CD, Promo) XL Recordings, Impotent Fury IFXLCD 160 US 2002 Sell This Version
none Lemon Jelly Lost Horizons(CDr, Promo) Playground Music Scandinavia none Scandinavia 2002 Sell This Version
none Lemon Jelly Lost Horizons(CDr, Promo, Album) XL Recordings, Impotent Fury none UK 2002 Sell This Version
SRCP 364 Lemon Jelly Lost Horizons(CD, Album, Enh) XL Recordings SRCP 364 Japan 2003 Sell This Version
IFXLCD160 Lemon Jelly Lost Horizons(CD, Album, RE, Jew) XL Recordings, Impotent Fury IFXLCD160 UK 2004 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

September 30, 2004
edited over 11 years ago
referencing Lost Horizons, CD, Album, Tri, IFXLCD 160

Lemon Jelly’s second album, LOST HORIZONS, starts off on the right foot: “The Elements” has all the qualities that made their first album special. Mellow melodies, humorous samples, feel-good vibes. “Space Walk,” as well, has a piano intro that immediately puts you in the spacy mood that soon explodes into a space party. But the tracks that follow strangely fail to ignite much passion or interest. “Return to Patagonia” has a nice jazzy saxophone tooting through it, but then sort of dissolves into disorganization. “Nice Weather for Ducks” starts off great, but then… repeats itself until you want to shoot all those ducks. The album as a whole feels as if it was rushed into production, instead of having more time to develop. But the time we get to the meat of “Experiment Number Six,” we’ve long lost interest. And that’s a pity, since there are musical ideas in these tracks that could have been better and more fully explored. As it is, LOST HORIZONS is a good, but deeply flawed album.