If The Weeknd’s “Kiss Land” were an amusement park it would be dubbed the unhappiest place on earth. The official major label studio debut from the Canadian singer-songwriter, born Abel Tesfaye, chronicles disconnected lives numbed from drugs, meaningless sex, and loneliness. Subversively, he’s still able to make the disaffection sound seductive. The Weeknd’s narrators here are anesthetized, narcissistic, and in crisis. Throughout he sings in a fragile, nearly broken tone about women with “eyes drained of soul” and of a world where “dreams can’t be real.” If love exists, it’s bound to dissipate. Full story for BostonGlobe.com subscribers.