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Logan Lynn

by Logan Lynn

Electronic, melodic pop music for drug damaged crybabies.This is the follow up to Logan's 2000 debut record "GLEE" and is well worth the wait. Once again, he puts the "DISCO" into "DISCOMFORT" with his tortured lyrics and melodic vocal style.
Genre: Electronic: Pop Crossover
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  Song Share Time Download
1. Intro
0:17 $0.99
2. Here We Go Again
5:43 $0.99
3. Ring Around
3:22 $0.99
4. Come Home
3:34 $0.99
5. 'til the Wheels Fall Off (dj Dantronix Mix)
3:44 $0.99
6. Smoke and Barlight
5:00 $0.99
7. Monday Morning
3:13 $0.99
8. The Mothership
5:12 $0.99
9. Panic
3:51 $0.99
10. Meat
4:39 $0.99
11. You Think Like a Man
4:32 $0.99
12. A Place Behind the Sky
4:28 $0.99
13. Licking the Walls
3:26 $0.99
14. Aftermath
2:37 $0.99
15. Burning Your Glory
4:16 $0.99
16. Watch Me Die
4:28 $0.99
17. Show Me the World
4:08 $0.99
18. Pills With Smiling Faces
4:49 $0.99
19. The End of the Scene
4:57 $0.99
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Album Notes
Released 20 September 2006
Words, Vocals and Music by Logan Lynn.
Produced by Logan Lynn except songs taken from Logan Lynn: "GLEE" (2000) Produced by Logan Lynn & PFog



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The Mosaics

Great Stuff!
Liking the tunes...We seem to be detecting a hint of New Order...

DJ Ghostly

Significant Importance for the progression of Electronica!
Logan Lynn's latest album is a smash! I feel really fine listening to it. The vocals are strong (lyrically, as well), the techno/electro clash make for an interesting mix... It's totally different then anything out there. If you pick up a copy you'll see that the music is undefinable. Totally Raver Friendly (You can see the humor in it!)! My personal favorite is "Ring Around", it just smacks the middle between light and dark! All around great tracks all the way through!

Skyline Press

Refreshingly Honest!
To my shock, as soon as I opened the case and popped Logan Lynn's self-titled sophomore effort into my stereo, I realized someone had spiked the music! I wasn’t hearing any standard music, I was listening to a crazy display of disco and blinding lasers that inhibited my senses and made me go on a binge of sorts.

Logan Lynn's self-titled album is one of those CDs that is sure to freak you out in the beginning and then possibly make you fall into a seizure because of its moments of pure absurdity. Sporting a healthy 19 tracks, each with their own special feel, all which fit snug around a techno beat that drives the covered parts of each song. With each and every song that enters my ears, I become more and more certain that I must be high or in some kind of weird dream that was forged from Moby's bedroom and some kind of wacky game show. I must point out that I loved his outlandish lyrics that shine with a neon glow. Raunchy and playful, the music feels like a freaky ex Girlfriend that didn't want to do anything but fuck in bed everyday. The only problem with her is that she goes out while you are at
work and she plays with others.

Lynn, like a more relaxed Daft Punk, sends jittery waves of magic and effects which are quick to make jello out of your brain with his intoxicating flow. With a gay steel mill industry style beat, we are treated to hilarious lyrics for the song "Come Home." I'm sure there is some hidden message in the title but I'm still too distracted by the dance beat and flashy words. There hasn't been a line since Trent Reznor's "I want to fuck you like an animal", until Logan Lynn sings "Do you suck every cock you come across?" The child-like and simple song, "Smoke And Barlight," kicks off with old school Nintendo-esque songs as the backdrop and with his neutral yet soothing voice, we are presented with what feels like a lullabye on crack. The song sounds remarkably the same during its
entirety but I don't hold that against it, because it was meant to be steady. "Burning Your Glory" gives us a calm and close look into the artist that is Logan Lynn. With a toe tapping, Johnny Cash-like acoustic presentation, his multiple monotone voice feeds oxygen that fuels the fire
on this album. This is a true stripped down, and raw feel for an artist that deals with a lot of electronic fodder.

I'd have to say after observing this album, catching my bearings and casting my thoughts, that the element of surprise hasn't left me ever since I started listening. I find myself going back to listen again to see if I heard right, for much of this album needs a double take because of how off the wall it is. Logan Lynn holds onto that well spoken and gentle facade though he doesn’t bother with the subtle. The different and creative beats were exciting, yet some left me feeling overwhelmed as there is so much to take in. On a big note, these were some of the most
refreshingly honest lyrics that border on disturbing, that I have heard in a while.


My new favorite cd.
If you can't decide between sad songs and shaking your ass then Logan Lynn is your man. I can't seem to get this album off my mind.

Lindsay Moore

This album kicks ass!
I just saw Logan Lynn play at the Folsom Street Fair in San Francisco last weekend and he totally kicks ass. This record is pure gravy and I can't stop listening to it! Why is this guy not totally famous?!! Track 4 is the shit.

Robert Wallace

Logan Lynn Rocks!!!!
This record made me think about what it would sound like if The Magnetic Fields smoked crack. I fucking love it. It just keeps going and going! It's the happiest sad music I have ever heard.

Sarah Brightman

I have listened to your music on your profile. I am now, and will continue to be a fan.


I fu**en love it
Musically fun and lyrically real.
This album speaks to me and makes me feel connected.