1. Outrageous Cherry is re-released it's first album on Microfiche Records
Outrageous Cherry - Self Titled Vinyl LP - $16.98
(Record Collectors this one goes out to you!-It'svery fairly priced for a repress because it was probably out of print before hand and very hard to find...plus new vinyl doesn't come cheap so this is about half of what it would really cost per record)
The Track listing is as follows:
2. If Someone Loves You
5. 'Til I Run Out
6. Party's Over
7. Ace 100
Where to Order it:
My Own opinion about the Band: Can't get enough of all of their records. Every time I see them live it's a treat. They are extremely unique to the Detroit Rocknroll scene. They sound the best live and give you Timothy Leary-like nostalgia for the 1960s.
2. Cool thing number two. Electric Six is releasing their 7th studio album titled, Zodiac. Like many of their albums it will be a Fall release on September 28th.
What People are saying about Electric Six: Some People say their albums quality goes down more and more with each release. Yeah its the same old electric six but it's just not as catchy or good as the album before it. Granted People like this tend to think about early albums with bands.
What I think: I think this is a bullshit opinion because if you understood Electric Six as a whole you would understand this: IT STARTED AS A JOKE. The first two albums were pretty much them getting away with it and hitting it big. Once a band has a good formula that works they'll stick with it. They play danceable rocknroll powerpop with ridiculous lyrics and catchy hooks. If this isn't in an album I wouldn't call it a good album but it's in every Electric Six album.
About the Album: It's out on Metropolis Records.
This is what they have to say about it...
The seventh Electric Six album (and sixth for Metropolis Records) is entitled "Zodiac." "Zodiac" is a record designed to appeal to signs of every persuasion. Is Saturn rising in your seventh house? "Clusterfuck" will smooth all those bad vibes out, brothers and sisters. Are you an Earth sign? "Jam It In The Hole" is exactly what you need to put your mind right. Too many planets fixed in your house? Take a listen to the E6 version of the Spinners' classic "The Rubberband Man" and put your worries aside. Just remember, in Electric Six's sky, every sign is a compatible one with YOU.
Here is the tracklist before it comes out:
2. American Cheese
4. Countdown to the Countdown
5. Doom and Gloom and Doom and Gloom
6. Jam It in the Hole
7. I am a Song!
8. It Ain't Punk Rock
9. Love Song For Myself
10. The Rubberband Man
11. Table and Chairs
12. Talking Turkey
Listen to it in these two places: