- Car Button Cloth
Infobox Album |
Name = Car Button Cloth
October 15, 1996
Genre = Alternative
Length = ??:??
Label = Atlantic
AllmusicRating|3.5|5 [http://www.allmusic.com/cg/amg.dll?p=amg&sql=10:oznyxdsbooly link]
Rolling Stone" Rating|4|5 [http://www.rollingstone.com/artists/thelemonheads/albums/album/302633/review/5943510/car_button_cloth link] |
Last album = "
Come on Feel the Lemonheads"
This album = "Car Button Cloth"
Next album = ""
"Car Button Cloth" was alternative
rock band The Lemonheads' last album before the band's 8-year breakup from 1997 to 2005. The album, originally released in 1996, was also the band's last studio album until the 2006 release of "The Lemonheads".
Despite not being as successful as the previous two albums and receiving lukewarm reviews, it has gained a minor
cult followingin recent times. The songs "It's All True", "If I Could Talk, I'd Tell You", and "The Outdoor Type" were released as singles in the UK.
"If I Could Talk I'd Tell You" was co-written by Vaselines leader
"Car Button Cloth" was also mentioned in the critically acclaimed 1995 novel "High Fidelity" by Dick, as "Have you heard the new Lemonheads album?" In the novel, it was also noted Dick walked into work one day wearing a Lemonheads shirt.
All songs by
Evan Dandounless otherwise stated.
# "It's All True"
# "If I Could Talk I'd Tell You" (Dando/
# "Break Me"
# "The Outdoor Type" (
# "Losing Your Mind"
# "Something's Missing"
Knoxville Girl" (trad. arr. by Dando)
# "6ix" (written as a reaction to the movie
"C'mon Daddy"(Dando/ Epic Soundtracks)
# "One More Time"
# "Tenderfoot" (Morgan/
# "Secular Rockulidge"
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