Electronic - Electronic

Electronic - Electronic album wiki, reviews
Artist:   Electronic
Album Name:   Electronic
Genre:   Pop
Tracks:   11
Relase Date:   24 May 1991
Country:   USA

Electronic (Electronic) Album Songs


Song TitleTime
1.Idiot Country 5:02
2.Reality 5:39
3.Tighten Up 4:38
4.The Patience of a Saint 4:11
5.Getting Away With It 5:14
6.Gangster 5:26
7.Soviet 2:00
8.Get the Message 5:20
9.Try All You Want 5:37
10.Some Distant Memory 4:10
11.Feel Every Beat 5:07

About Electronic - Electronic Album

Produced by Bernard Sumner & Johnny Marr Released May 1991 Label Factory Records (re-issued on Parlophone, June 1994) UK Chart 2 ..

Electronic (Electronic) Album Comments

Electronic (Electronic) Album Reviews

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  • Esau
    5 stars
    Masterpiece.. This album is so important to the history of music. I do hope that history remembers Sumner for the huge contributions he's made. Almost 30 years and it still sounds fresh. Genius!
  • TombStone4Ever
    5 stars
    1991's best EDM. Buddy of mine gave me this as a "mix tape" in 1992 and it was absolutely amazing! Johhny Marr and Bernie Sumner brought the sounds of New Order, The Smiths and Pet Shop boys together into an album that was a perfect fit for the times. You can even hear where George Michael ripped off some of the riffs from "Get the Message" for his album "Listen without Prejudice". Download this entire album for your 80's playlist, gel your hair and put on your Cavaricci's.
  • Mike Cusi.
    5 stars
    REMASTERED VERSION = WHERE??. iTunes - these muddy original files are not as good as the remastered. Will you please upgrade? THX
  • Eric Vitiello
    5 stars
    Can’t Listen to this album enough.. I’ve had this album since 1991. I wish they would make another, this one is simple exceptional.
  • dino bravo
    5 stars
    Awe inspiring. Thought it might be a crap one off side project w/ low expectations...no way. Great mix of guitar and beat driven tracks. Still doesn't get old in 2013 for repeat listens. Top 5 desert island disc for sure.
  • MichaelStPatrick
    5 stars
    Timeless Masterpiece. There's no hyperbole in stating that this is one of the greatest pop albums of all time. Every song is brilliantly conceived and executed. "Some Distant Memory" holds up as one of my favorite songs in any genre (the orchestrations at the end, layered over the quasi-electro beat...sigh), and it's ordered in a position where 90% of albums are struggling to fill space. This what happens when you take two (or three when you count Tennant's contributions) of the greatest musicians ever to gift us with their talents and put them together at a time when they are destined to create something transcendent. This album will be fresh and effortlessly listenable when you are ready to depart this mortal coil. So, a long time.
  • Dave99383
    5 stars
    Happy 20th birthday, Electronic. Wonderful, timeless album!
  • AlexF870
    5 stars
    Several great tracks.. One of the albums that saw me through the wasteland of uninspriing Seattle grunge music in the early 90's. Getting Away With It wasn't on the original CD release and predates the album, but a re-release added it later. A must for New Order and PSB fans.
  • Emmymusiclover
    4 stars
    goood. but it sounds like depeche mode?
  • sarahjane229
    5 stars
    Perfect. Essential
  • JM'n PR
    5 stars
    Still Contemporary!. An album that stands beyond its release date...
  • chaudfroid
    5 stars
    A crossroads of three great musicians. "I've always thought of you as my brick wall, built like an angel, six feet tall!" Sumner, Marr and Tennant are uniquely magical together. The synths of the mid 90's and Smiths like riffs layered with the memory of some Peter Hook hooks, this album is pure aural joy! If you are a fan of any of these member's original band, you must own this album. In this case too many cooks make a banquet. You will not be disappointed. And if you like it, buy the "Disappointed" EP too, it is a Sumner/Marr/Tennat masterpiece.
  • petshopboy75
    5 stars
    Best electronic album ever!. I love marr,sumner and on occasion tennant. The best single on this album is "getting away with it" I still love it to this day.
  • GingerBoo
    5 stars
    Never gets old. An album I return to again and again over the years.
  • Reaper Ron
    5 stars
    A Masterpiece. This wonderful album is a masterwork of two musical geniuses at the top of their game. Bernard Sumner's layered melody and percussion tracks, combined with Johnny Marr's distinct guitar riffs create a jewel of alternative rock/electronica/dance music. Neil Tenant's lilting voice provides another layer of musical texture on a couple of tracks. If you've never heard Electronic before, try it now. You won't be disappointed.
  • jpellow
    5 stars
    Great album!. Last to my collection and I'm very happy with it. I'm a big fan actually of the Best of, so I recommend that to those unfamiliar to Electronic but this one rocks out those deep cuts.
  • martiniour
    4 stars
    Finally on itunes. Good music that is never out of date
  • S.P.C.O.$
    5 stars
    Amazing!. This is an ace album by Sumner, Marr, and PSB.
  • Esau
    5 stars
    Masterpiece.. This album is so important to the history of music. I do hope that history remembers Sumner for the huge contributions he's made. Almost 30 years and it still sounds fresh. Genius!
  • TombStone4Ever
    5 stars
    1991's best EDM. Buddy of mine gave me this as a "mix tape" in 1992 and it was absolutely amazing! Johhny Marr and Bernie Sumner brought the sounds of New Order, The Smiths and Pet Shop boys together into an album that was a perfect fit for the times. You can even hear where George Michael ripped off some of the riffs from "Get the Message" for his album "Listen without Prejudice". Download this entire album for your 80's playlist, gel your hair and put on your Cavaricci's.
  • Mike Cusi.
    5 stars
    REMASTERED VERSION = WHERE??. iTunes - these muddy original files are not as good as the remastered. Will you please upgrade? THX
  • Eric Vitiello
    5 stars
    Can’t Listen to this album enough.. I’ve had this album since 1991. I wish they would make another, this one is simple exceptional.
  • dino bravo
    5 stars
    Awe inspiring. Thought it might be a crap one off side project w/ low expectations...no way. Great mix of guitar and beat driven tracks. Still doesn't get old in 2013 for repeat listens. Top 5 desert island disc for sure.
  • MichaelStPatrick
    5 stars
    Timeless Masterpiece. There's no hyperbole in stating that this is one of the greatest pop albums of all time. Every song is brilliantly conceived and executed. "Some Distant Memory" holds up as one of my favorite songs in any genre (the orchestrations at the end, layered over the quasi-electro beat...sigh), and it's ordered in a position where 90% of albums are struggling to fill space. This what happens when you take two (or three when you count Tennant's contributions) of the greatest musicians ever to gift us with their talents and put them together at a time when they are destined to create something transcendent. This album will be fresh and effortlessly listenable when you are ready to depart this mortal coil. So, a long time.
  • Dave99383
    5 stars
    Happy 20th birthday, Electronic. Wonderful, timeless album!
  • AlexF870
    5 stars
    Several great tracks.. One of the albums that saw me through the wasteland of uninspriing Seattle grunge music in the early 90's. Getting Away With It wasn't on the original CD release and predates the album, but a re-release added it later. A must for New Order and PSB fans.
  • Emmymusiclover
    4 stars
    goood. but it sounds like depeche mode?
  • sarahjane229
    5 stars
    Perfect. Essential
  • JM'n PR
    5 stars
    Still Contemporary!. An album that stands beyond its release date...
  • chaudfroid
    5 stars
    A crossroads of three great musicians. "I've always thought of you as my brick wall, built like an angel, six feet tall!" Sumner, Marr and Tennant are uniquely magical together. The synths of the mid 90's and Smiths like riffs layered with the memory of some Peter Hook hooks, this album is pure aural joy! If you are a fan of any of these member's original band, you must own this album. In this case too many cooks make a banquet. You will not be disappointed. And if you like it, buy the "Disappointed" EP too, it is a Sumner/Marr/Tennat masterpiece.
  • petshopboy75
    5 stars
    Best electronic album ever!. I love marr,sumner and on occasion tennant. The best single on this album is "getting away with it" I still love it to this day.
  • GingerBoo
    5 stars
    Never gets old. An album I return to again and again over the years.
  • Reaper Ron
    5 stars
    A Masterpiece. This wonderful album is a masterwork of two musical geniuses at the top of their game. Bernard Sumner's layered melody and percussion tracks, combined with Johnny Marr's distinct guitar riffs create a jewel of alternative rock/electronica/dance music. Neil Tenant's lilting voice provides another layer of musical texture on a couple of tracks. If you've never heard Electronic before, try it now. You won't be disappointed.
  • jpellow
    5 stars
    Great album!. Last to my collection and I'm very happy with it. I'm a big fan actually of the Best of, so I recommend that to those unfamiliar to Electronic but this one rocks out those deep cuts.
  • martiniour
    4 stars
    Finally on itunes. Good music that is never out of date
  • S.P.C.O.$
    5 stars
    Amazing!. This is an ace album by Sumner, Marr, and PSB.

Electronic - Electronic Album Wiki

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