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Smoke And Mirrors (Lynch Mob Album)

Smoke And Mirrors
Studio album by Lynch Mob
Released October 13, 2009
Genre Heavy metal, hard rock
Length 60:52
Label Frontiers Records
Producer Lynch Mob
Lynch Mob chronology
REvolution: Live!
(2006)
Smoke And Mirrors
(2009)
Sound Mountain Sessions
(2012)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3.5/5 stars[1]

Smoke and Mirrors is the fifth studio album by the American band Lynch Mob released in 2009. The release sees the return of the original vocalist Oni Logan since their first album, Wicked Sensation, as well as the Heavy Metal/Hard Rock signature sound that the band is known for. Bassist Marco Mendoza (Thin Lizzy) and drummer Scot Coogan (Brides Of Destruction) complete the line-up.

Track listing

No. Title Writer(s) Length
1. "21st Century Man"   Marco Mendoza 4:57
2. "Smoke And Mirrors"   Logan, Lynch 5:02
3. "Lucky Man"   Logan, Lynch 4:31
4. "My Kind Of Healer"   Logan, Lynch 3:35
5. "Time Keepers"   Logan, Lynch 6:56
6. "Revolution Hero"   Logan, Lynch 4:02
7. "Let The Music Be Your Master"   Logan, Lynch 6:20
8. "The Phacist"   Logan, Lynch 4:11
9. "Where Do You Sleep At Night"   Logan, Lynch 3:52
10. "Madly Backwards"   Logan, Lynch 4:14
11. "We Will Remain"   Logan, Lynch 4:38
12. "Before I Close My Eyes"   Logan, Lynch 4:44

Personnel

References

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