Arranged here are various Electric Frankenstein
songs that you can listen to in RealAudio or MP3. RealAudio has
less sound quality than MP3 but is faster to download.
You can hear free samples of EF songs from various places, including: Magnatune.com, Garageband.com, and here.
EF has recorded
over 13 albums and EPs, just click on the one that You wish to hear
sound samples of:
* "The Time Is Now" (1995) - the
record that started
it all, Feaures such street hits as "Teenage Shutdown" and "Demolition
* "Conquers the World" (1996) - A
collection of our
first batch of singles, features such hit songs as "Get Off My Back",
"Electrify Me", and more.
* "Sick Songs" (1997) - features
guest singer Scott
Wilkins of Verbal Abuse fame, with fan favorite songs such as "Action
* "Spare Parts" (1998) - a collection of singles and
non-album tracks featuring Scott Wilkins on vocals. Cover art by famous
poster artist Derek Hess.
* "Rock & Roll Monster" (1998) -
singer, the late Rik L Rik of F-Word fame, with fan favorite songs such
* "Listen Up, Baby" (1999/2002) -
the return of
Steve Miller on vocals, features many fan favorites, such as "You're So
Fake", "Rocket in My Veins", "Neurotic Pleasures", and others. Cover
art by famous poster artist Frank Kozik. New version includes
many new songs.
* "How to Make a Monster" (2000) -
One of our best
selling and most known albums, with hit songs such as "Speed Girl", "Up
from the Streets", and many more. Features fantastic cover art by
renowned poster artist Coop.
* "The Buzz of a 1,000 Volts" (2001)
- our heaviest
album, produced by Ben Elliot, who worked with Nirvana, Henry Rollins,
Keith Richards, Eric Clapton, and more. Features great cover art
by Dirty Donny and such great songs as "NY Knights", and more.
* "It's Moving,
It's Alive!" (1999) - Wild live
album recorded at the famed Continental in NYC during its heyday. Last
show with Scott Wolkins on vocals. Official bootleg.
* "Live, Loud, and Angry!" (2000) -
album recorded at the famed Euclid Tavern in Cleveland, Ohio. UK import.
* "Sod The Odds EP" (2001) - UK
singles, cover songs, compilation tracks, and exclusive songs,
sponsored by Metal Hammer magazine.
* "Don't Touch Me, I'm Electric
(US)" (2002) - collection of singles, compilation tracks,
* "The WFMU
Sessions: "I Was a Teenage Shutdown"
(1999) and "How I Rose From the Dead" (2000) -
Two live albums recorded
on cult free form radio station, WFMU.
* "The Dawn of Electric Frankenstein" (2002) -
compilation featuring unreleased EF demo songs from 1992 and tracks by
our past bands that we were in at the time of EF's formation, showing
our musical roots. Cover art by "Batman Beyond" animation artist
* "EF/El Nada
Split EP" (2003) - split with El Nada,
featuring unreleased, exclusive non-LP songs, with such songs as "Leave
It at That" and "Something Weird". Features cover art by famed artist,
* "We Will Bury
You - EF Covers the World" (2004) -
amazing collection of almost every cover song EF had ever recorded up
until the time of this compilation.
* "Super Kool " (2004) - compilation of various unreleased songs and overseas singles that are NOT featured on the newest EF album.
* "Burn Bright, Burn Fast !" (2005) - all new
full length album, features a grand return to our early
albums in sound, with a twist of something new!
Coupons for free prizes in each cd!
|"Everytime I start to worry about the state of
rock'n'roll, something like this comes along and jacks me up again,
KILLER!! This is it!! Electric Frankenstein will bury you. There's no
- -Demolition Joyride fanzine
mix of the Dolls, the MC5, the Stooges, pre Rollins Black Flag
a whole lot of 60's garage rock hooks. These guys make it all seem so
easy. The twin guitar sound is as big and thick as a wrestler's neck,
and it's perfectly complemented by singer's WWF approved holler."
"Electric Frankenstein strive for quality in
their music as if it were a life or death situation. These guys are
offering the music buying public a top notch performance. Their live
show is nothing short of amazing"
-- Rocks Off Zine
bunch of guys from
New Jersey exhume the rotting corpse of rawk'n'roll and, ramming
bits and pieces of the best of 60's garage,
Detroit rock and 70's american and australian punk, create the best
sounding creature the world has had the fortune to lay ears upon in the
past ten years. Nobody does it better. New Bomb Turks, Murder City
Hellacopters, Oneida, Nomads, Zen Guerrilla, and the combined
Estrus, Get-Hip, SubPop, Empty, Junk, Dyonisus, In The Red, Sympathy
and Bomp! All have to stand aside and pay homage to the Kings of
As shocking as anything the Stooges, the Saints and the Scientists ever
Chiba City, USA