Lindsay Lohan Makes Her Triumphant(?) Return To Music

Duran Duran, the famous 80s English band, has granted Lindsey Lohan the opportunity of a lifetime. Not only was she given the chance to work with the 80s greats, but she was given the opportunity to re-enter the music world via a spoken word verse on the band’s new song entitled “Danceophobia.”
The track has taken Duran Duran in a far more aggressive, electronic direction. Upon putting my earbuds in to listen to this song, I was shocked to hear how loud the bass and synthesizer was. Arguably, the track sounds like something that could have been produced and written by Calvin Harris.
Lohan doesn’t come in until the middle of the track, but her voice is immediately distinguishable. She monotones, “I am your doctor / You may be experiencing feelings of confusion / Don’t be afraid / I’ve seen these symptoms before / Ten, twenty new cases each week / We call this condition / Danceophobia / I’m going to keep you in for observation / I may have to work on you throughout the night / We have to trust each other.” You know, when people demand that I have to trust him or her, I’m more inclined to do exactly not that. Lohan, with her unique voice, makes me nervous, which, oddly enough, is a nice contrast to the feel-good pop instrumentation.
Beyond her spoken verse, you can hear her raspy voice pop in and out of the song until the end. I’m not necessarily sure how Lohan is qualified to be my doctor—but I won’t question it.
Listen to the song here.


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