|A1||Look At That||4:58|
|A2||Do The Geek||7:43|
|A3||The Next Days||6:27|
|B2||Black Box II||5:10|
|SCORN CD3||Scorn||Logghi Barogghi (CD, Album)||Scorn Recordings||SCORN CD3||UK||1996|
|MOSH158CD||Scorn||Logghi Barogghi (CD, Album)||Earache||MOSH158CD||Europe||1996|
|none||Scorn||Logghi Barogghi (2x12", Album, TP, W/Lbl)||Not On Label||none||UK||1996|
|none||Scorn||Logghi Barogghi (14xFile, MP3, Album, RE, 128)||Not On Label (Mick Harris Self-released)||none||2000|
|SCORN CD3||Scorn||Logghi Barogghi (CD, Album, Enh)||Scorn Recordings||SCORN CD3||US||1996|
9. Black Box II. 5:10. Logghi Barogghi (14xFile, MP3, Album, RE, 128). Not On Label (Mick Harris Self-released). Logghi Barogghi (Cass, Album).
Logghi Barogghi by Scorn, released 20 August 1996 1. Look at That 2. Do the Geek 3. The Next Days 4. Spongie 5. Out Of 6. It's On 7. Logghi Barogghi 8. Black Box II 9. Nut 10. A Mission 11. Pithering Twat 12. Fumble 13. Weakener 14. G. Includes unlimited streaming via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more. Purchasable with gift card.
Band Name Scorn (UK). Album Name Logghi Barogghi. Дата релиза 01 Сентябрь 1997. Лейблы Earache Records.
This album has an average beat per minute of 146 BPM (slowest/fastest tempos: 66/190 BPM). See its BPM profile at the bottom of the page. Tracklist Logghi Barogghi. BPM Profile Logghi Barogghi. Album starts at 152BPM, ends at 69BPM (-83), with tempos within the -BPM range. Try refreshing the page if dots are missing). Recent albums by Scorn.
The conversion of Scorn from a duo to a solo effort wasn't without ill effects and this, the final Earache release from the group, demonstrates this while at the same time maintaining appeal. It would be a bit much to say that Scorn stopped functioning without Nick Bullen, but while Mick Harris is perfectly capable of creating music on his own, the switch to nothing but instrumental soundscapes ultimately creates a bit of a dry listen. Sonically, though, Harris obsessively works his specific range with often brutally excellent effects.
Mostly, though, as with every Scorn album since it became a solo project with 1995's "Gyral", the tracks, while all good, keep a very consistent sound throughout the album. After you've heard a few songs, the rest of the album won't surprise you. All in all, a solid and unique Scorn album. It is definitely possible to listen to "Logghi Barogghi", though I feel that to really allow yourself to be absorbed into it is to willingly descend into some sort of psychological dead end. Listen at your own risk.