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Tens of thousands of volunteers, donors and supporters advance the Make-A-Wish® vision to grant the wish of every child diagnosed with a life-threatening medical condition. In the United States and its territories, on average, a wish is granted every 37 minutes. We believe a wish experience can be a game-changer. This one belief guides us and inspires us to grant wishes that change the lives of the kids we serve. Wishes make life better for kids with life-threatening medical conditions. This simple, but powerful belief drives Make-A-Wish. Wishes are only made possible through the hard work of many dedicated staff, volunteers, donors and other supporters.


Food For The Poor

Food For The Poor is one of the largest international relief and development organizations in the United States. Our work is motivated by our faith in God, spreading His unconditional love, regardless of race, wealth, or creed as we minister to the poorest of the poor in 17 countries throughout the Caribbean and Latin America. By providing lifesaving food, secure housing, clean water, healthcare, emergency relief, micro-enterprise projects and education opportunities, we are giving the poor a chance at a better future, and showing them God’s love. Join us.

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The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals® (ASPCA®) was the first humane society to be established in North America and is, today, one of the largest in the world. Our organization was founded on the belief that animals are entitled to kind and respectful treatment at the hands of humans and must be protected under the law. Headquartered in New York City, the ASPCA maintains a strong local presence, and with programs that extend our anti-cruelty mission across the country, we are recognized as a national animal welfare organization. We are a privately funded 501(c)(3) not-for-profit corporation, and are proud to boast more than 2 million supporters across the country. The ASPCA’s mission, as stated by founder Henry Bergh in 1866, is “to provide effective means for the prevention of cruelty to animals throughout the United States.”


Save The Bats

Our mission has always been to educate people about bats and inspire them to become actively involved in conservation. We were founded in 1992 in Michigan with a small team offering live bat programs to schools, nature centers and museums. Founder Rob Mies remains Executive Director of the organization and has been featured on national television shows, has spoken at leading conferences and has written many books on the subject. We began operating the Bat Zone at Cranbrook Institute of Science in 2002. In September 2014 we launched the national ‘Save the Bats’ campaign to mobilize millions of Americans to become even more involved in bat conservation.




Release Date: March 15, 2005

Reissue Date: September 29, 2015

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Lemonymous was actually the working title for the album that eventually became 2001’s Neon Apocalypse. Even the “Evil Lemon” was originally intended for that release.

The album was originally released exclusively through CafePress.

“Hide And Seek” was the first song being developed for the album as early as 2003, almost immediately after the release of that year’s Scarlet Dawn.

“Manipulation Under Stress” is the final incarnation of a song that first appeared on the Lemon Tea demo in 1998 (as “Goodbye”) and again on the 1999 demo The Ender of Something Beautiful. In both versions, it was more reminiscent of garage rock.

“My Girl, My Love, Let’s Kiss” was written for the Julia of Neon Apocalypse‘s “Julia”, taken from the writing on the first three Valentine’s heart candies that Ender pulled out of a bag, in February of 1999. It went through various re-writes and was intended as a Frank Sinatra song until it was finalized as it appears here. It was originally intended for 2003’s Scarlet Dawn, as the line “Welcome home to the scarlet of the dawn” attests.

“Not For Lack of Trying” was taken from a piece of digital music Ender produced in 1999, revisited and expanded upon here with lyrics and additional parts. This is the same for “Autumn” (apart from it not having any lyrics).

“Fate” was an experiment built off of a built-in song style on Ender’s Yamaha keyboard.

“Alive” was originally written in 1998, but never found a true home until it was recorded for this album.

“Reverse Psychology” was so named because it was built backwards – the last third was recorded and arranged first, then the middle, then the beginning.