Fruit at the Bottom is a 1989 album by Wendy & Lisa, the duo's second full-length release. Wendy Melvoin's twin sister Susannah and Cole Ynda, Lisa's sister, contributed background vocal work to the record as well as touring extensively with their sisters. It peaked at number 119 on the U.S. Billboard 200.
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