Electric Frankenstein was guitarist/multi-instrumentalist Paolo Tofani, who played in progressive rock band Area. This album, a guitar extravaganza with long spacey guitar solos by Tofani and all the instruments played by himself, the album will appeal to acid-psych lovers rather than prog fans. Mostly instrumental with vocal parts in English, the album contained some reworkings of his previous works with I Califfi and also had two tracks released as a single.
The 10-song mini-album Sick Songs is an outstanding collection of anthemic rockers like Action High, I'll Be Standing, Not Wit U, Learn To Burn, Back At You, Clock-wise, Out There, that will remain fan favorites. The guitars of Jim Foster and Sal Canzonieri are in full bloom. [Album released in UK as Action High].
Throwback gutteral punk rock.
"…EF aren't young or pretty and in case you haven't noticed, neither is Real Rock & Roll. EF aren't here to be your girlfriend, they're here to ROCK! While stupid critics might say 'but, it's only rock n roll, it's nothing new', EF fans are saying 'Damn, right!' as they embrace the best of what's loud, fast, and rules from the last 30 years distilled down to one single organism. EF are one a mission to revitalize Rock & Roll and save people from the boredom of 'alternative music'. EF shows are intense, exciting, and inspiring…"
Their album, "Conquers The World!" stays true to their grungy garage-style punk rock roots, delivering driving licks and choruses that will stick with you throughout the day. Any fan of classic punk rock or just aggressive, hard-edged American rock will do well to have this album within arms length at all times.