Electric is the third album by British rock band The Cult, released in 1987. It was the follow-up to their commercial breakthrough Love. The album equalled its predecessor's chart placing by peaking at number four in the UK but exceeded its chart residency, spending a total of 27 weeks on the chart (the most successful run for an album by The Cult). The album marked a deliberate stylistic change in the band's sound from gothic rock to more traditional hard rock.
Band's List Hard Rock The Cult The Electric Mixes. Members owning this album3. 1. Love Removal Machine (Extended Version). 3. Wildflower (Extended Rock Mix).
Tracks 4-5 Recorded for the Janice Long Show. Session first broadcast on BBC Radio One in 1987. Matrix, Runout: BBP 3CD 10096351 02 % MADE IN . BY PDO. Matrix, Runout: BBP 3CD 10096351 03 % MADE IN THE . Recommendations.
Peace Dog. Lil' Devil. The Cult had come through all this. Their second album Love had brought them hit singles and adoring crowds. Follow-up Peace (Peace and Love, geddit?) was in the can when the band started to have doubts.
If you've always wished Electric sounded more like Love, Peace is the album you've been waiting to hear.
List of The Cult albums. The Cult Album: Electric Mixes. Album Information : Title: Electric Mixes. Release Date:1989-01-01. Genre:Hard Rock, Mainstream Rock, Power Ballads. Label: Explicit Lyrics:Yes.
Hard-Rock, United-Kingdom (1987 - Beggars Banquet) Learn more. Drive on baby, through the electric night All the way sister, in the taxi of light The sunshine glows, but nobody knows The nighttime's gone, keep driving on. Aphrodisiac jacket Napoleon machine gun Living on a subway From dusk till dawn. Push baby, push, push, push.
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|1||Love Removal Machine (Extended Version)||5:40|
|3||Wildflower (Extended Rock Mix)
Remix – Francois Kevorkian*, Ron St. Germain
|4||King Contrary Man||3:52|
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- Composed By – Duffy*, Astbury*
- Design – Stiff Weapon
- Engineer, Mixed By – Andy Wallace (tracks: 1 to 3)
- Photography By – Lynn Goldsmith
- Producer – Rick Rubin (tracks: 1 to 3)
NotesTracks 4-5 Recorded for the Janice Long Show. Session first broadcast on BBC Radio One in 1987.
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