The Avalanches ‎– Electricity EP

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Electricity 3:45
Information 3:41
Let's Cheer 1:52
I'm Taken 4:00

Versions (10)

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
MODVL002 The Avalanches Electricity EP(12", Single, Ltd) Modular Recordings MODVL002 Australia 1999 Sell This Version
REKD 05S The Avalanches Electricity(7", Single) Rex Records REKD 05S UK 1999 Sell This Version
REKD 05S The Avalanches Electricity(7", TP, W/Lbl) Rex Records REKD 05S UK 1999 Sell This Version
XLT 137 The Avalanches Electricity EP(2x12", EP) XL Recordings XLT 137 UK 2001 Sell This Version
XLS 137CD The Avalanches Electricity EP(CD, EP, Enh) XL Recordings, Modular Recordings XLS 137CD UK 2001 Sell This Version
XLT 137 PR The Avalanches Electricity(2x12", EP, Promo) XL Recordings XLT 137 PR UK 2001 Sell This Version
7243 5461860 4 The Avalanches Electricity(CD, EP) XL Recordings 7243 5461860 4 Europe 2001 Sell This Version
XLS 137 CDP The Avalanches Electricity(CD, EP, Promo) XL Recordings XLS 137 CDP UK 2001 Sell This Version
none The Avalanches Electricity(CDr, Promo) XL Recordings none UK 2001 Sell This Version
none The Avalanches Electricity(CDr, Promo) XL Recordings none UK 2001 Sell This Version

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ath_

ath_

May 12, 2021
referencing Electricity, CDr, Promo, none
My copy has the following number printed on it: PD0418041740400X
The one pictured on this Discog Entry has: PD0418041930400X
Just comparing notes... :)
eleeut

eleeut

February 13, 2004
referencing Electricity EP, 2x12", EP, XLT 137

In this set, Dr. Rockit/Herbert twists "Electricity" into a twerked out, full-on weirdo cut that oddly enough still falls into the "house" category. Extra perfect background atmosphere for the times in which everything starts to blur into a haze. Though it begins to meander towards the latter portion, there are some really brilliant moments that make this version stand out.
mr_chips

mr_chips

July 16, 2002
referencing Electricity EP, 2x12", EP, XLT 137

Harvey and Sneak both under-perform on this with two lazy remixes. Dr Rockit produces a sinister piano-led version of the original, but the stand-out is clearly Ernest St Laurent's smooth house mix of 'A Different Feeling' on disc 2.