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Album Review

While normally noted for being a straight-up rock & roll band, on much of The Buzz of 1,000 Volts, Electric Frankenstein seems to smack of a cheap version of a Motörhead or AC/DC album, but without all the guitar solos (although there are a few) or screaming. Instead, the band keeps a consistent beat like a hobbling old man and just seems to drive straight-ahead like many of those '80s hard rock bands. While this album is far superior to any of their previous releases, it seems to lack much of the punch that one would expect a real rock album to have. Electric Frankenstein seems pretty content just doing a standard job of rocking without any of the flair that makes great albums great.


Formed: 1992 in New Jersey

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '70s, '90s, '00s

The punk revival quintet Electric Frankenstein comprised singer Steve Miller, guitarists Jim Foster and Sal Canzonieri, bassist Donato Canzonieri and drummer Rob Sefcik. Formed in New York during the mid-1990s, the group first garnered attention with a series of singles on indie labels including Demolition Derby, Frisbee, Get Hip and Estrus, also making any number of compilation appearances; their first full-length, Electric Frankenstein Conquers the World, followed in 1996. A year later, Electric...
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  • 9,99 €
  • Genres: Rock, Music
  • Released: 11 September 2001

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