|5||Autumn Winter Spring|
|7||Time Will Show Me|
|9||My Mother's Grave|
|13||Out Of Focus|
|14||I Want Some Fun|
|15||Believe In Us|
|18||Colder (I Want You No More)|
|20||It hurts me so|
|21||Another Nite, Another Love|
|26||Keep It A Secret|
|38||Make Her Mine|
|39||On The Other Side|
|42||Suicide Is Painless|
|43||A Letter To Lulu-Mae|
|44||The Beginning of the End of Us|
|51||Coincidence - I Miss You Most of All|
|57||On The Radio|
Jay-Jay Johanson (born 1969) is a Swedish musician and singer-songwriter, known for his melancolic vocals. His music has integrated the trip-hop genre until he switched his sound to a more electroclash-oriented direction with the 2003 release Antenna, which featured "On The Radio". After this album, he came back to his characteristic sound after he released The Long Term Physical Effects Are Not Yet Known in 2007.
Swedish singer/songwriter Jay-Jay Johanson, born in Trollhättan, October 11, 1969, released his first album, "Whiskey", in August 1996. Recorded at Break My Heart Studios, in the Stockholm archipelago. The album was characterized by its jazzy vocals over trippy, film noir arrangements.
In 1998, Johanson released "Tattoo", taking a step into a more richly textured, poetic ambience. Johanssons third album, "Poison", was released in April 2000 and went straight into the French charts at number four. The album featured contributions from The Cocteau Twins founder and guitarist Robin Guthrie. The same year Johanson also composed the soundtrack to the film "La Confusion Des Genres", made by French director Ilan Cohen, and in 2001, Jay-Jay Johanson emerged with "Cosmodrome", a sound-and-image installation first exhibited in Dijon. This art-piece has travelled around the world and was last shown at Musée d'Art Modern in Paris.