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  • Audio CD (4 Nov. 2013)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Too Many Robots
  • ASIN: B00F0LP400
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 38,463 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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  2. Jessica Dresses Like a Dragon 3:36£0.99  Buy MP3 
  3. Show Me What Your Lights Mean 2:55£0.99  Buy MP3 
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  5. Cranial Games 2:55£0.99  Buy MP3 
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  7. Iron Dragon 3:59£0.99  Buy MP3 
  8. Late Night Obama Food 4:00£0.99  Buy MP3 
  9. I Never Fucked Her [Explicit] 3:33£0.99  Buy MP3 
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The wild horse. We romanticize this magnificent creature and rightly so. We marvel at the horse that dares to run free through mountain streams and mountain poop, forging his own path, blazing his own trails. We marvel at his dangerously high sperm count and his ability to mount and fook. We know he spends his downtime whinnying in delight that he is never going to spend his life partially encased in leather, serving no other function than to trot slowly with his head hanging down miserably alongside other poor souls just like him as they carry a field trip of fourth graders from the suburbs who crack themselves up whenever he sports an uncontrollable erection. The wild horse...gets hard whenever he wants. And nobody laughs. And he loves that about himself. The American male needs to feel like a wild horse from time to time. Electric Six is a band from Detroit comprised of six American males. The American male, upon birth, is issued three Wild Horse CardsTM from the United States Department of Agriculture and he can play this card at any point in his life when he needs to feel like a wild horse for a year. 2013 is the year that all six members of Electric Six are electing to play one of their cards at the same time. The result is Electric Six's ninth studio album, Mustang . The band is recharged having taken its first break from making a studio album in seven years. Couple that restored energy with the playing of the six Wild Horse CardsTM at the same time, and Mustang is the audio story of Electric Six reaching the summit of Mt. Good Times. Producer Johnny Nashinal is the sherpa, executing a 14-track ascent that leaves everyone gasping for oxygen, but in the best possible way. The Roky Erikson-meets-T.Rex opener Nom de Plume makes it clear right away that Electric Six has got that whole let's do a synth and drum machine record thing off their chest, and they ve brought their guitars, their drums, and their blood-curdling screams for this one, yes indeed. The album then winds through the psych-pop of Jessica Dresses Like a Dragon , the Pavement-pop of Show Me What Your Lights Mean , and the aggro-pop of Adam Levine . But this is Electric Six, mind you. They are the band that will never be tied to just one sound. And so we also find on Mustang a first-time dip of the toe into the P-funk pool in Late Night Obama Food , as well a stroll down ABC lane for The New Shampoo . And W. Axl Rose will be looking down from wherever he ended up with a big smile as we get to the summer amphitheatre-friendly I Never Fooked Her . The anchor track Iron Dragon is the most compelling story, not only for its ability to sound like both a Nick Cave ballad AND a Warrant/Poison/Skid Row ballad, but also for something much more profound. The outro of Iron Dragon was recorded in Moscow's Red Square, a choral squadron comprised of the six American males from E6 singing alongside several Russian females. There is nothing that makes an American male feel more like a wild horse than singing with Russian girls in the very place where freedom came to live and die, live again hey baby maybe not so fast. Mustang is Electric Six's ninth studio album. You can come see Electric Six on the Save The World, Save The World tour. Electric Six @ O2 ABC Glasgow Nov 28 - The Limelight 2 Belfast Nov 29 - The Academy Dublin Nov 30 - O2 Academy 2 Liverpool Dec 02 - O2 Academy 2 - Birmingham, Dec 03 - York Fibbers Dec 04 - O2 Academy Newcastle Dec 05 - Manchester Club Academy Dec 06 - O2 Academy 2 Sheffield Dec 07 - The Glee Club Cardiff, Dec 09 - Concorde 2 Brighton, Dec 10 - Old Fire Station, Bournemouth Dec 11 - O2 Academy Bristol Dec 12 - O2 Academy 2 Oxford Dec 13 - O2 Academy Islington London, , Dec 14

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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Alan on 28 Oct. 2013
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I've liked Electric Six from the very beginning and got all their albums as they came out. I'm usually pretty good when it comes to hearing something for the first time. With my first playing of "Mustang", I must admit I thought it was a bit too much of just a wall of noise. With the next play everything fell into place. I'm very happy to say that they've most definitely done it again- it's up there with all their other great gems. Great stuff !
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By F. Longden on 12 Dec. 2013
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Okay, let me be the first to say that this is my own view of the latest E6 record and I'm not interested in people shooting me down for the rating.

Having a year break from the previous Electric Six record which I really enjoyed (Heartbeats and Brainwaves) I was really looking forward to listening what the band were going to release next, we had the live album in 2012 and they were busy touring the UK throughout 2013 whilst working on Mustang.

I have to say, this is my least favourite Electric Six album, I'm not 100% sure what's gone wrong for me with this one, but it really doesn't compare to the 2011 studio album or any other one before it for that matter, I feel this is the result of album fatigue possibly. It doesn't seem clear what direction the band took with this album but I just don't find it appealing to listen to and it's mostly made up of nonsense and almost takes itself even less seriously than previous efforts to the point where it is nowhere near as cleverly written as those catchy E6 albums that proceed this one.

Previously my least favourite album of Electric Six's was Zodiac but this one takes the new crown as the least catchy and least likable in my opinion. This is not to say there aren't decent tracks on this album, New Shampoo and Cheryl vs Daryl are probably the most likable out of the bunch but everything else just feels like an off cut, ideas picked up from the studio floor and thrown together to see if it'll stick.

I honestly feel the band excel at electric synth sounds and perhaps this has tried a more funk approach with very mixed results, I'm not saying the band should stick to one sound but the music on this album isn't their finest hour.
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0 of 1 people found the following review helpful By B. Connell on 28 Jan. 2014
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It took a while to get into , like many E6 albums, and indeed, all the best albums ever, but worth the effort! This is going down as one of the good ones.

Adam Levine sticks out as a goodun from the start, but soon others really start to grow on you!

Some didn't like the electric vibe of their last studio album Heartbeats and Brainwaves, and if you're one of those then get this one because it's a return to heaviness =D

Another awesome album from the worlds best* and most prolific** band.

*My opinion
**Probably true!
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