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Electrafixion - Burned (Elektra 1995) Out of Print CD 01. Feel My Pulse 02. Sister Pain 03. Lowdown 04. Timebomb 05. Zephyr 06. Never 07. Too Far Gone 08. Mirrorball 09. Who's Been Sleeping in My Head? 10. Hit by Something 11. Bed of Nails
Top Customer Reviews
Instead they got Electrafixion; the long-awaited reconciliation of Ian McCulloch and Will Sergeant but with a sound far more reminiscent of a dying grunge scene than any revitalisation of the Bunnymen legend. Without understanding the motivation behind the band it's difficult to speculate on what they were trying to achieve.
Burned is a visceral punch in the gut. Tony McGuigan's drums are tribal, insistently stomping along in the background ("Zephyr"). Leon De Sylva's bass rumbles like a monolithic steam engine pulsing noxious fumes ("Never"). Will Sergeant's guitar is constantly fighting with itself, sometimes stingingly crystalline ("Sister Pain"), sometimes messily trying to extricate itself from the muddy surroundings ("Too Far Gone").
Ian McCulloch remains the only true link musically with The Bunnymen in that his vocal could easily have been lifted from Porcupine or Crocodiles.
The bonus,live tracks are superb
If you are a Bunnymen fan this double cd is MUCH better than the single
Buy it NOW!!!!!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Electrafixion might be one of the worst names for a band in history (..., but is an overlooked project from Ian McCulloch and Will Sergeant from the mid-1990s. Read morePublished on 24 April 2007 by Jason Parkes