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1. Sick Sick Feeling
2. What Made You Great
4. I'm Wrong
5. Lust n Mistrust
6. I'll Take Anyone
7. Laura Never Called
8. Trouble Gun
9. Find Me A Feeling
10. Keep On Letting Me Down
11. Life Is 6/5 Against
12. Our Way
Electric Shocks play rock n roll the way nature intended, raw and spirited. They shout technique is the failure of style' to excuse their lack of musical skill. Their songs are short, sharp, energetic and as catchy as hell. Certainly, their sound has more in common with bands like the Buzzcocks, The Rogers Sisters and The Thermals than Mudhoney and the Stooges.
Gigs with the likes of Electric Six, Whirlwind Heat, Moving Units, Rocks and Speedball Baby! have seen the band cram 10 or more songs into 20 minutes. Like label mates the Gin Palace, the Shocks understand the importance of brevity in rock. "Wild Dog Setting" is not, therefore, the longest album you'll ever buy.
But turning it up loud on your stereo will prove it's all about quality, not quantity.
Buzz-sawing guitars, defiantly cheery vocals, every song a quick-fire, sub-three-minute blast. -- Time Out London, September 10-17 2003
Traces of YeahYeahYeahs and The Buzzcocks in a web of barbed hooks and surprisingly pop sensibilities. -- Logo Magazine, September 2003
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