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Artist: Honeymoon Suite

Title: Lemon Tongue

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Honeymoon Suite Lemon Tongue Album Cover


Category: Aor/Hard Rock

Year: 2001

Label: Wildfire Records

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Johnny Dee vocals
Derry Grehan guitar
Randy Cooke drums
Gary Briet keyboards
Rob Laidlaw bass


1.  Lemon Tongue  
2.  What I Know  
3.  So Hard  
4.  Undone  
5.  Don't Make Me Want You  
6.  Touch the Sun  
7.  Lagavulin  
8.  Knew You When  
9.  The Way I Do  
10.  Gone  
11.  Into Me, Into You  

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Existing comments about this CD

From: koogles Date: December 26, 2002 at 14:20
Honeymoon Suite's attempt to appeal to old fans while trying to be "modern" at the same time, ends up being faulty on both counts. Funnily enough, "Lemon Tongue" is a good name for this CD... what used to be suite has now gone pretty sour.

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From: Jez Date: December 27, 2002 at 11:59
Love this album (and all the old stuff aswell). Pissed off a few people but i think this is a great cd (with a stronger set of songs than the re-issued Dreamland disc). 'Lagavulin' and 'Into me Into You' r corkers'

From: Biology Date: March 13, 2004 at 15:11
I'll second Jez. I loved Honeymoon Suite in the 80's, and I just bought this Lemon Tongue on a whim. I wasn't dissapointed. Of course it's not as good as The Big Prize, but that cd was a masterpiece in my humble opinion. If you like Honeymoon Suite, Lemon Tongue won't be a disappointment.

From: Rycheage Date: October 4, 2004 at 21:33
Very mature release. Gone is the lushness of earlier releases such as "The Big Prize" and "Racing After Midnight". This is a more stripped down affair ripe with maturity and still has the Honeymoon Suite foundation of what made them great in the first place. If you're looking for a reincarnation of the 80's Honeymoon Suite, then look elsewhere. But if you want a more modern Honeymoon Suite, then this is for you. An excellent move toward the present not a rehash of the past. Highly recommended!!

From: z4roxx Date: March 16, 2007 at 11:10
Sincerely I can't understand who puts those ridicoulus rate on cds',6.79 it's painful.As the above comments this is one of the finest(and unfortunately rarest)come back like also the last House of Lords cd.Immense band can make only intense and great songs,that's the case of Honeymoon Suite also in this one.Highly recommended work,glad to listen to that music....

From: hair metal again Date: September 25, 2009 at 14:40
this is the comeback release of honeymoon suite after many important albums.it has amore modern sound but still has the melodic lines of their previous efforts.the result is not sogood.i mean that it has quality and some good songs but its a bit flat.no hooks,no soul in it,no honey.i must say though that its no bad,just doesnt do the job for me

From: Delbert Date: September 26, 2009 at 20:43
I guess I can be pointed out as being someone who usually raves great things about the CDs of which I post comments. "About Face!!" This one actually did "nothing" for me. Early Honeymoon Suite fit well into the 80's mold.....this release was an effort at listening, so it had to be an effort to record!!! I give it 2 out of 10.

From: rick kerch vzla Date: February 27, 2013 at 16:45
More than "mature" i think HMS tried to be "updated" with the sound of that moment(2001)and completely put aside their real music direction that they were known from...a pleasant release?,quite true to be honest but if you are into the band's old stuff then avoid it..tracks 1,2,4(nice),7(nice),8(catchy rock),9(nice & catchy),10(Aorish,incredible to say this of a band that was into that in the 80's)& 11(nice softy)could be likeable ones if you are open minded IMO...75/100

From: tomdwa Date: April 15, 2020 at 12:33
Indeed an awful cd, they completely left their roots here, most of the songs only have minimal structure and are not at all elaborated, the sound quality is very poor and the guitar sounds 'grungy'. Avoid!

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