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Electronic News

New album from The Smiths and New Order spin off band

We get the ‘Message’ with Electronic

  • Jul 22, 2006


[B]Marr/Sumner[/B] release third album later this month...

  • Mar 1, 1999

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Electronic Music Videos

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EP 'Afrofunk' is available on http://www.cdrun.re Mo Dj Electronic Marabout is a DJ from Dakar - Senegal ©2013 Under license to CD Run - Melynga - (Re)Discover the best World Music For You - Melynga is your channel...

For You (Radio Edit) Play Video

For You (Radio Edit)

Electronic official music video for the track For You (Radio Edit)

Disappointed (Original Mix) Play Video

Disappointed (Original Mix)

Electronic official music video for the track Disappointed (Original Mix)

DEAF 2008 Ad Play Video

DEAF 2008 Ad

DEAF 2008 Advert. Watch the official DEAF 2008 Ad video by DEAF :: Dublin Electronic Arts Festival in HD on WWW.MUZU.TV and check out the latest new music releases and playlists for free.

Vivid (Radio Edit) Play Video

Vivid (Radio Edit)

Electronic official video for the track Vivid

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Electronic Reviews

Electronic : Vivid

Electronic : Vivid

This is the sound of lime segments being poked into bottled lager, of white stilettoes snapping on floor level lighting.

  • Apr 13, 1999

Twisted Tenderness

It's 17 years since [a]Johnny Marr[/a] formed [B]The Smiths[/B]. It's 22 years since [a]Bernard Sumner[/a] joined Joy Division. Here aren't the young men, frankly....

  • Mar 19, 1999

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Electronic Biography

Electronic were an alternative dance supergroup formed by New Order singer and guitarist Bernard Sumner and ex-Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr. They co-wrote the majority of their output between 1989 and 1998, collaborating with Neil Tennant and Chris Lowe, of the Pet Shop Boys, on three tracks in their early years, and former Kraftwerk member Karl Bartos on nine songs in 1995.

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