Electric Six is a six-piece American band from Detroit, Michigan. Their style has been described as a brand of rock music infused with elements of "garage, disco, punk rock, new wave, and metal. The band met recognition in 2003 with the singles "Danger! High Voltage" and "Gay Bar", and subsequently released 14 full-length albums, two rarities albums, and a live album. A live DVD, Absolute Treasure, was released for download in 2014.
Fire is the debut album of Electric Six, released in 2003. Rolling Stone called the album "the summer's most brilliantly demented party record" and Blender hailed the music as "convincingly ferocious". Three singles were released from the album: "Danger! High Voltage", which reached in the .
You're Welcome! (Electric Six album). You're Welcome! is a double-album by Electric Six with disc one being the band's fifteenth studio album, composed entirely of cover songs (a sequel to their previous covers album Mimicry), and disc two consisting of the live performance given by the band at the Oxford O2 Academy on 22 April 2017. It was funded through a Kickstarter campaign and self-released directly to the campaign's backers.
Artist: Electric Six Album: Fire. Dick Valentine - Vocals M. Cougar Mellencamp - Drums Rock & Roll Indian - Guitar Dr. Blacklip Hoffman - Keyboards Frank Lloyd Bonnaventure - Bass Surge Joebot - Guitar. Released: 2003 (Beggars XL). Electric Six have been known under various names for the greater part of a decade. Originaly 'The Wildbunch' in 1996 they changed their name in 2000. The album kicks off with 'Dance Commander'. It's one the albums best songs. It's filled with energy and has a great chorus. It explodes into the chorus where Dick sings "It would be awesome if we could dance, It would be awesome let's take the chance". Then it's into 'Electric Demons In Love'. The song starts with some distorded power chords then moves into the verse. Dicks singing is a great part of this song. The song doesn't quite have the same effect as the previous song but it's not bad. Just average. . Fire" is a hit song by R&B/funk band Ohio Players. The song was the opening track from the album of the same name and hit on both the Billboard Hot 100 (where it was succeeded by Linda Ronstadt's "You're No Good") and the Hot Soul Singles chart in early 1975. It spent five weeks atop the soul chart.
Fire (Electric Six album). Japanese bonus tracks. Pictures, videos, biodata, and files relating to Fire (Electric Six album) are also acceptable encyclopedic sources.
Electric Six. Dance Commander, 02:36. Electric Demons in Love, 03:06. Naked Pictures (Of Your Mother), 02:11. I Invented the Night, 03:17. Improper Dancing, 03:14. Nuclear War (On the Dance Floor), 01:15. Getting into the Jam, 02:14. Vengeance & Fashion, 02:46.
Features Song Lyrics for Electric Six's Fire album. Artist: Electric Six. Genre: Rock. Send "Electric Six" Ringtones to your Cell.
|2||Electric Demons In Love||3:06|
|3||Naked Pictures (Of Your Mother)||2:11|
|4||Danger! High Voltage
Vocals [Guest] – John S. O'LearyWritten-By – Anthony Selph, Joe Frezza, Steve Nawara
|6||I Invented The Night||3:17|
Arranged By – Soulchild
|9||Nuclear War (On The Dance Floor)||1:15|
|10||Getting Into The Jam||2:14|
|11||Vengeance And Fashion||2:46|
|12||I'm The Bomb||4:18|
|14||Don't Be Afraid Of The Robot||1:39|
|15||Remote Control (Me)||2:20|
|16||I Lost Control Of My Rock & Roll||1:46|
|XLCD 169||Electric Six||Fire (CD, Album)||XL Recordings||XLCD 169||UK||2003|
|XLCD 169||Electric Six||Fire (CD, Album)||XL Recordings, Playground Music Scandinavia||XLCD 169||Scandinavia||2003|
|ROD 9205||Electric Six||Fire (CD, Album)||XL Recordings||ROD 9205||Hong Kong||2003|
|XLCD 169||Electric Six||Fire (CD, Album, RE + DVD)||XL Recordings||XLCD 169||UK||2003|
|XLCD 169||Electric Six||Fire (CD, Album)||XL Recordings||XLCD 169||Australia & New Zealand||2003|