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Syzygy (album)

Syzygy
EP by Lynch Mob
Released 1998
Genre Heavy metal, hard rock
Length 14:55
Label Elektra
Producer Anthony Esposito, George Lynch
Lynch Mob chronology
Lynch Mob
(1992)
Syzygy
(1998)
Smoke This
(1999)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4.5/5 stars[1]

Syzygy Is a three song E.P. by the American rock band Dokken (again), Mick Brown decided to stay with Dokken but did perform on the EP. Syzygy saw the return of original Lynch Mob vocalist Oni Logan, And the departure of Robert Mason.The band broke-up again after a single writing session. This was the fruits of that session


Track listing

No. Title Lyrics Music Length
1. "Into The Light"   Anthony Esposito, Don Salter, George Lynch, Oni Logan George Lynch 5:37
2. "All Things Must Pass"   Anthony Esposito, Don Salter, Oni Logan George Lynch 3:56
3. "Waterfall"   Anthony Esposito, Don Salter, George Lynch, Oni Logan George Lynch 5:22

Personnel

Additional Personnel

  • Cover Art - Mike Rehmer
  • Mixing, Engineering - Mark Matson

References

  1. ^ Syzygy (album) at AllMusic
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