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Album Review

Industrial dance satanists Electric Hellfire Club combine funky, abrasive beats with sadistic imagery to create a feral noise and performance art experience on this the band's 1993 Cleopatra Records debut. Listeners who enjoy the musical exploits of My Life With the Thrill Kill Kult will no doubt appreciate the mechanized violence that announces this offshoot's unholy musical intentions. While they're not necessarily Kooler Than Jesus, tunes like "The Electric Hellfire Acid Test" and "Mr. 44" solicit all the black ritualistic imagery needed to inspire the most affected goth club dancefloor. All the references to the prince of darkness might turn a few folks off, but a literal, humorless translation of Burn Baby Burn probably isn't exactly what Electric Hellfire Club intended. A powerful and interesting release, this first effort is considered by many fans to be the group's best.


Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

The Electric Hellfire Club's eclectic, satanic, psychedelic music debuted in 1994 with the release of their first album, Burn Baby Burn, the EP Satan's Little Helper, and appearances on a string of compilations, including Mysterious Encounters and Industrial Revolution, Vol. 2. The following year, they released Kiss the Goat and toured extensively with Type O Negative, the Genitorturers, and fellow Cleopatra Records artists Spahn Ranch. Early in 1996, keyboardist Shane Lassen (aka the Rev. Dr. Luv)...
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