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Sean Lennon
"'Friendly Fire' refers to a relationship that turned emotionally violent," says Sean Lennon of his new album. "Some people take antidepressants. I write songs." (Steve Gainer for the Boston Globe) Steve Gainer for the Boston Globe

His life -- tumultuous times and all -- plays out in song

By Joan Anderman
Globe Staff / December 15, 2006

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Sean Lennon, the 31-year-old son of John Lennon and Yoko Ono, recently released his second album, "Friendly Fire." A collection of gentle, psychedelic indie pop on a theme of romantic catastrophe, the album is chock-a-block with Lennon's A-list associates, including ex-girlfriend Bijou Phillips (daughter of John, centerpiece of the catastrophe), ex-girlfriend Yuka Honda (of Cibo Matto), Harper Simon (son of ... (Full article: 922 words)

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