Watching Hotel Babylon back in 1996, I saw Electrafixion. I was only watching to see Dani Behr, and was really surprised by Electrafixion.
Two former Bunnymen (Ian McCulloch and Will Sergeant) put aside their differences and created a intense album. While McCulloch’s vocals are unmistakable there is a distinctly rock/grunge feel about the whole thing.

When Echo and the Bunnymen reformed, Electrafixion deceased. I was a bit skeptical about the Bunnymen reforming. I thought that they were using the Bunnymen name to shift records but there was a definite change in direction.

Electrafixion : Burned

Feel My Pulse
Sister Pain
Too Far Gone
Who’s Been Sleeping In My Head?
Hit By Something
Bed Of Nails


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