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The Electrics


The Christian folk-rock group the Electrics was formed in Glasgow, Scotland; led by frontman Sam Horner, their line-up also included David Lyon, Davie McArthur, Paul Baird, Robin Callander and Kenny MacNicol. The Electrics debuted in 1991 using the LP Visions and Dreams, adopted two years later on by Big Silent Globe. After 1995’s THE BEST Shebang, the group released a self-titled collection made up of re-recorded songs using their three earlier LPs. Livin’ It Up ONCE I Die adopted in 1998.

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Music Songs Party Goin' on Upstairs, Hey Paddy, Have a Jar on Me, Yer Man McCann Can, Till I'm Old, The Hip Shall Be Redeemed, Finally Over With You, Someone Loves You Anyway, The Blessing, Livin' It Up When I Die, Get to Heaven, The Whole Shebang, Disciples of Disaster, Pour Me a Pint, Rolling Home, The Girl Can't Dance, Teenager in Love, Here Come the Electrics, Everybody's Going Out Tonight, Killiecranked Up, The Jig, Raggle Taggle Gypsy, Piping Hot, 2 Buns, Mercy Mercy, Come Back Down, Rejoice And Be Happy, The Finest Fiddle, Jenny MacDonald's Birthday, KayDee's Lament, Dennis Goes And Does It, Lossie By The Sea
Albums Reel, Folk'n'Rock'n'Roll, Big Silent World, Danger Live, Chain of Accidents, Erotic Magazine Issue #001, Visions and Dreams, The Electrics, Livin' It Up When I Die, The Whole Shebang!, Irish Invasion

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