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The Manual

by Lojic

A solid mix of rock, hip-hop, reggea with turntable workings and samples. Emphasis on vocal is the key my brethen.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Strength to Say
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2. Who is Who
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3. Reggea Groove
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4. EmpTV
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5. What's Left Unsaid
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6. It's All The Same
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7. Carnival Blao
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8. Slow Down
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9. In My Mind
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10. Give Me The Time
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11. We'll Hook You Up
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12. The Intro
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


Album Notes
From their world corporate headquarters based in Los Angeles, CA, Johnny O'Neil (bass guitar and vocals), William Betts (vocals), Jonny Hughes (electric guitars) and Chris Schnack (drums), continue to expand upon prior and current conceptualizations of popular musical theorem, eliminating presupposition and speculation while reinforcing the critical reasoning required for prospective fledgling bands to excel and remain viable in the ultra competitive yet diminishing music industry. In January 2005, Lojic released their second full length record "The Manual" (produced in Los Angeles, California by Steve Ewing of The Urge) as a groundbreaking and refreshingly candid guide aimed at musicians searching for an edge when trying to avoid the most common pitfalls that beset inexperienced acts, and everyone who loves great music.


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Bill Mcmuthenhimmer

donkeys are neat animals
Lojic pimps my ass like a transvestite hooker from the streets of Madrid. If you dig this hip band, you'll love bologna and swiss sandwiches on rye bread. Fleetwood Mac is cool too. Donkey!!!!

Pat Hilton


These guys have put in the work and they live up to their level of musical talent by pumping out grooves and melodies that are good enough to make an old man shout.

Not to mention they arrive on spot with than album that sports more hooks than a tackle box!!!!

Adcock99

Lojic Rocks!!
Lojic is my BABY! I love their music more than life itself!!

Adcock99

Lojic Rocks!!
Lojic is my BABY!! This CD is better than life itself!!

SKAbatula

So glad I got word of this band!
Like my man Cultivader said below, this band/cd is such a great blend of genres...from rock to reggae to hip hop. It's unfortunate that I hadn't heard of Lojic earlier. Keep livin' and rockin'!

Roy Camello

Refreshing music for today
This band is awesome, they really got a diverse style, and it helped me relize that there are still good bands out there, not trying to sound like all the copy cats. these guys rock keep it original.

muchloveforlojic

The things your mind cannot concieve will be the downfall of YOU
Long live LOJIC! Your music will always be in my heart. Play music again! We all miss you and you know it

Mabel (of the UMSL Current)


Lojic, The Manual (released January 28th) - Undoubtedly one of the most talented and determined groups to come out of St. Louis, Lojic has put together an excellent follow-up to their self-titled independent album. “The Manual,” titled as such because of the CD leaflet guide for aspiring fledgling bands, is 12 tracks of rock riffs, hip-hop rhymes and reggae grooves fused together in a diversely original style vaguely reminiscent of 311. Produced with the help of Steve Ewing of The Urge, the album contains flowing guitar lines and thumping bass held together by the active pulse of drumming and accentuated with harmonious vocals, spine-chilling screams and added turntable effects. Lojic lulls listeners into submission with tracks such as “In My Mind,” and hits hard with head-bob provoking tunes like “Carnvial Blao.” “The Manual,” which can be sampled and bought through www.cdbaby.com/lojic, is a must have for musicians and music lovers alike who crave a refrain from the mediocrity of mainstream music.

cultivader

Get this cd!!!
this cd is awesome. very nice blend of styles and great vocals. i recommend this cd to everyone!

Claire

Groupies are cool. But I'm not legal.
This CD kicks some serious ass. I love it. So glad they requested to be my friend on myspace....cause if they had not...my life would be without reggae groove. And thats a bad life.
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