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Electronic: Haçienda, Manchester

Live Review by John Robb, Sounds, 19 January 1991

DAT's the way to do it ...

Electronic: Return of the Supergroup

Interview by Betty Page, Vox, June 1991

Supercharged sex monsters or battery-fuelled dinos? Either way, Electronic are having none of it. But Betty Page did have a top day out ...

Electronic: Electronic

Review by Keith Cameron, Vox, July 1991

IT'S THE DREAM ticket – two prime movers from the two most significant British pop groups of the '80s unite to form a unique presidential ...

Electronic: Electronic

Review by Phil Sutcliffe, Q, July 1991

THEY PROBABLY STARTED DIPPING the gold discs the moment it was announced that New Order's singer Bernard Sumner and the modern world's most in-demand freelance ...

Electronic: Getting Away With It

Interview by John McCready, Spin, July 1991

John McCready probes the northern soul of Electronic, the first English supergroup of the '90s ...

Electronic: Why two's company

Interview by Dave Simpson, The Guardian, 13 July 1996

Bernard Sumner and Johnny Marr, two of the great icons of eighties pop, tell DAVE SIMPSON what keeps them going ...

Electronic: Raise the Pressure

Review by Barney Hoskyns, MOJO, August 1996

FIVE YEARS after cementing their partnership as the coolest Mancunians on the planet, Messrs Marr and Sumner return with a dreadfully disappointing album. Raise The ...

Electronic: So I Took Her, And That's My Bet Lynch Story

Interview by Keith Cameron, New Musical Express, 17 April 1999

Electronic's Bernard Sumner and Johnny Marr may have a new album out but – heck – we've just got to hear about that Bet Lynch ...

see also New Order

see also Smiths, The


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