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Electric Six - Danger! High Voltage flac album
Title:
Danger! High Voltage
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Style:
Garage Rock, Electro
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FLAC album size:
1231 mb
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Rating:
4.9 ✪

Danger! High Voltage! When we touch, when we kiss (When we touch), when we kiss No more! Fire in the disco, fire in the disco Fire in the Taco Bell Fire in the disco, fire in the disco Fire in the gates of Hell The gates of Hell. It reached on the UK singles chart and was re-released on Electric Six’s debut album Fire (May 2003). Fellow Detroit resident and The White Stripes member Jack White sang the higher-pitched vocals on this track. At the time of release, both White and Electric Six denied this publicly, stating that the secondary vocalist was a fan or an auto mechanic named John S O'Leary. However, the rumor that it was White remained and probably fueled the band’s early popularity

Danger! High Voltage" is a song by American rock band Electric Six. It was released as the band's debut single and the lead single from their debut studio album, Fire (2003), in 2002 as a 7" vinyl. It was re-released by XL Recordings on January 6, 2003. It was a number-one hit in Scotland and peaked at number two on the UK Singles Chart.

Danger! High Voltage". Fire in the disco Fire in the taco bell Fire in the disco Fire in the gates of hell. Don't you want to know how we keep starting fires? It's my desire, It's my desire, It's my desire. Danger! High Voltage" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.

Features Song Lyrics for Electric Six's Danger! High Voltage! album. High Voltage ( Soulchild Radio Mix) Lyrics. 3. Remote Control (me) Lyrics. Electric Six Lyrics provided by SongLyrics. Lyricapsule: The Surfaris Drop ‘Wipe Out’; June 22, 1963. RIFF’d: Nas’ ‘Nasir’. Lyricapsule: The Byrds Drop ‘Mr. Tambourine Man’; June 21, 1965.

Album · 2003 · 5 Songs. High Voltage (Soulchild 12 Blitz Mix). 5. Danger! High Voltage (Kilogram Remix). Released: 6 Jan 2003.

Song: "Danger! High Voltage" Artist: Electric Six Album: FIRE. It disgusts me that of the several tabs that were up for this song, they were all completely wrong. I wonder if they even had a bass in their hands when they were tabbing, or if they just started writing numbers down.

On their Danger! High Voltage EP, the Detroit quintet Electric Six pick up where their previous incarnation, the Wildbunch, left off, cranking out a cleverly stupid mix of garage rock, disco, metal, and whatever else catches their fancy. While "Danger! High Voltage," "I Lost Control (Of My Rock & Roll)," and "Remote Control (Me)" were all previously released as Wildbunch singles, these newly recorded versions feature a more polished sound and more fashionably tacky posturing. A horny single in both senses of the word, "Danger!

Bass tablature for Danger! High Voltage 100% Correct by Electric Six. Rated . out of 5 by 21 users. High Voltage 100% Correct sound awesome on your bass? Master proper technique on bass with step-by-step beginner's lessons. Song: "Danger! High Voltage" Artist: Electric Six Album: FIRE. The same riff is repeated through the entire song, but it's a lot of fun to play. It's also a great warm-up!

Tracklist

Danger! High Voltage (Original 7" Mix)
I Lost Control (Of My Rock And Roll)

Versions

Category Artist Title (Format) Label Category Country Year
XLS 151 Electric Six Danger! High Voltage ‎(7", Single) XL Recordings XLS 151 UK 2002
none Electric 6* Danger! High Voltage ‎(Betacam SP, PAL) XL Recordings none UK 2002
XLS151CDE Electric Six Danger! High Voltage ‎(CD) XL Recordings XLS151CDE Australia 2002
XLS 157CDUS Electric Six Danger! High Voltage ‎(CD, Single) XL Recordings XLS 157CDUS US 2002
XLS 151CDS Electric Six Danger! High Voltage ‎(CD, Single, Car) XL Recordings XLS 151CDS UK 2002
XLS 151CDS Electric Six Danger! High Voltage ‎(CD, Single, Car) XL Recordings, Playground Music Scandinavia XLS 151CDS Scandinavia 2002
XLR 151 Electric Six Danger! High Voltage ‎(12") XL Recordings XLR 151 UK 2003
XLT 151 Electric Six Danger! High Voltage ‎(12") XL Recordings XLT 151 UK 2003
XLT 151 Electric Six Danger! High Voltage ‎(12", W/Lbl) XL Recordings XLT 151 UK 2003
XLS 151 CDE Electric Six Danger! High Voltage ‎(CD, Maxi) XL Recordings XLS 151 CDE Europe 2003
XLS 151CD2 Electric Six Danger! High Voltage ‎(CD, Single, CD2) XL Recordings XLS 151CD2 UK 2003
XLS 151CD Electric Six Danger! High Voltage ‎(CD, Single, Dig) XL Recordings XLS 151CD UK 2003
XLS 151 CDE Electric Six Danger! High Voltage ‎(CDr, Maxi, Promo) XL Recordings XLS 151 CDE Europe 2003


Reviews:
  • Hatе&love
The Soulchild remix is nothing to get excited about but Jacques Lu Cont continues his streak of surpasing the original with the Thin White Duke mix. It rocks to say the least by holding the vocal back for maximum effect letting it go at the best moment. Right at home in any electroclash set.
  • Tygrafym
Nah both remixes suck. Thin white duke remix kinda sounded cool before the vocals kicked in but eh, letdown.