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Logan's Loss

Filling the Frame

Note to Self Records 8

Released on May 8, 2001

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This is the latest release from Logan's Loss, released in the first half of 2001. It is the band's first release with its current 4-piece lineup and was recorded by Chicago's very own punk rock sound guru, John Emerson.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 2 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 The City Sleeps Tonight Voted #3  13%
2 19 Candles Voted #1  25%
3 Rites Of Spring  4%
4 Room With A View  0%
5 Mannheim Voted #2  25%
6 Memorial Day  13%
7 Enchantment Of The Seas  13%
8 P.s. To You  8%
9 Nightbreak On Nottingham  0%
10 Jangly Kid  0%
Come back on or after Tuesday, May 8 to vote for your favorite songs

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Emily from Hastings, MI 
May 3 2003 Rating: 5/5 Stars

When i saw Logan's Loss at the Mustard Plug 10th anniversary show, i was like, they friggin rule. I was distressed when i heard they broke up, but in a sense i thought i could preserve the past by ordering this cd, and i was right. This cd is one of the best cds i have ever listened to because it's pure greatness. I can't wait until their new band's cd comes out.

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Chris from Springfield, IL 
Jul 16 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

these guys are friends of mine. Logans Loss puts on an amazing live show...full of energy and always keeping the crowd tentative. I remeber when these guys played a few shows with One-Shiny-Button (old school brass-punk band from spfld)If you get this and like it for sure get RiotLike you'll love it even more.....i still say "rights of spring" is there best album.

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