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Lee Hyori
  1. I’m Back
  2. Love Sign (feat. Sangchu (Mighty Mouth))
  3. Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (feat. Ceejay of Freshboyz)
  4. Feel The Same
  5. Bring It Back (feat. Bekah (After School), Jiyoon (4minute))
  6. Highlight (feat. Bizzy)
  7. Geune feat. Gary (Leessang) (그네; Swing)
  8. Scandal
  9. 100 Percent
  10. Want Me Back
  11. How Did We Get (With Daesung of BIGBANG)
  12. So Cold
  13. Get 2 Know (feat. Double K)
  14. Memory (feat. Bizzy)


H-Logic is Lee Hyori's fourth album. Originally it was scheduled to be released on April 8, but one day before it was announced a delay to the 13th. The cause of the delay was the cancellation of various music shows for that week in response of the sinking of the Korean Navy ship ROKS Cheonan (PCC-772). Although the music video of "Geune" was released at the end of March, "Chitty Chitty Bang Bang" was used as first single to promote the album.


The album has been heavily accused of plagiarism. Six of seven tracks credited to lyricist Bahnus (Lee Jae Young), had been accused of been clearly plagiarized from Western artists songs, these being:

In Cookie Couture's case, the song was confirmed to be plagiarized by the group and through their official MySpace on April 23, they stated that their lawyers were working on the case.

On April 25, M.Net Media stated that the songs that were accused of been plagiarized are actually demo songs that lyricist Bahnus composed and sent to various record labels while he was in England. The demos (complete English songs+instrumentals) were used without his permission as they weren't intended to be featured in any release. However, later Lee Hyori acknowledged that all 7 tracks (including "Highlight", which the original version is unknown) of which Bahnus was credited were plagiarized.

On September 14th, 2010 Bahnus, after being involved in one of the biggest lawsuits South Korea has ever witnessed, was arrested for providing Lee with plagiarized tracks and earning $25,021 USD in profit. On October 22th, it was reported that he had received a jail sentence of a year and six months for plagiarism and fraud.

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