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Roll It Up (Digital Only)

Electrasy

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Customer Reviews

Pretty nice

Electrasy is a highly overlooked band, their only semblance of a hit being "Cosmic Castaway" used in the film Titan AE. This is pretty bangin', with a sound that could satisfy the rap tastes and the rock tastes, which is tough to come by nowadays. I like it and if you happen upon this review, you can trust me.

Why don't they get more attention?

Electrasy is a great band! But it seems like no one has really heard of them. They are awesome! Great alternative music with a great beat! I think that they should get more attention!

More Electrasy!

I know for a fact that these are not Electrasy's only songs. What about "Morning Afterglow" and "Angel"? Great songs from a great band. Bring more Electrasy to Itunes!

Biography

Formed: 1994

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s

After achieving whirlwind success in their own homeland, the British alternative rock five-piece Electrasy naturally wanted to break America and destruct the corporate mainstream. Comprised of vocalist Ali McKinnell, guitarists Nigel Nisbet and Steve Atkins, bassist Alex Meadows, keyboardist Jim Hayden, and drummer Paul Pridmore, Electrasy yearned to mimic the lead of their successors such as Blur, Oasis, and the Verve. Their single "Morning Afterglow" hit the U.K. Top 20 in 1998 and the group was...
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