Jay-Jay Johanson ‎– Poison

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Believe In Us 4:27
Colder (I Want You No More) 4:43
Keep It Secret 4:27
Alone Again 4:37
Escape 4:48
Anywhere Anytime 3:48
Time Is Running Out 2:42
Poison 4:10
Humiliation 3:09
Suffering 5:10
Changed 6:30
75.07.05 1:50
Far Away 4:40
Whispering Words 3:41

Versions (11)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
74321 73098 2 Jay-Jay Johanson Poison(CD) RCA 74321 73098 2 Europe 2000 Sell This Version
74321802012 Jay-Jay Johanson Poison / La Confusion Des Genres(2xCD, Album) BMG France 74321802012 France 2000 Sell This Version
74321 73098 2 Jay-Jay Johanson Poison(CD) RCA 74321 73098 2 Brazil 2000 Sell This Version
74321 76706 2 Jay-Jay Johanson Poison(CD) RCA, BMG 74321 76706 2 Russia 2000 Sell This Version
74321 74467 2 Jay-Jay Johanson Poison(CD) BMG France 74321 74467 2 France 2000 Sell This Version
74321 73098 2 Jay-Jay Johanson Poison(CD) RCA 74321 73098 2 Canada 2000 Sell This Version
74321 739192 Jay-Jay Johanson Poison(CD, Album, Promo, Car) BMG France 74321 739192 France 2000 Sell This Version
74321744672 Jay-Jay Johanson Poison(CD, Dig) RCA 74321744672 France 2000 Sell This Version
74321 73098 4 Jay-Jay Johanson Poison(Cass, Album) BMG 74321 73098 4 Russia 2000 Sell This Version
74321730981 Jay-Jay Johanson Poison(LP, Album) RCA 74321730981 Europe 2000 Sell This Version
74321 73098 4 Jay-Jay Johanson Poison(Cass, Album) BMG 74321 73098 4 Turkey 2001 Sell This Version

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scoundrel

scoundrel

November 19, 2013
referencing Poison, CD, 74321 73098 2

Jay-Jay Johanson continues his smooth trip-top with POISON, which sees him mining much of the same territory as his previous albums, though he does change things up from time to time. "Keep It a Secret" has more aggressive rock guitars to accompany the beats, while "Changed" brings in some dub vibes and "74.07.05" introduces a vocoder. But Johansom excels at pained romanticism, and "Alone Again" and "Whispering Words" brings it in spades. "Escape" carries a heavy melancholy in his deep double bass strokes, while "Humiliation" bears it in his voice. He hasn't lost his knack.