Yes, ”Danger! High Voltage” is the tune on which White Stripes frontman Jack White makes a celebrated guest turn, screeching ”my desire” like a deranged grandmother. It may also be the world’s only ’80s-tinged entry into the current garage-rock milieu – fuzzy guitar hooks topped off with a Quarterflash-style bleating sax. The super-catchy track is a little gimmicky and nonsensical, but those are the things that make for perfect pop. Alas, in keeping with the era that embraced Nagel paintings, the Detroit-based Electric Six also bear the markings of a one-hit wonder.
Danger! High VoltageYes, ''Danger! High Voltage'' is the tune on which White Stripes frontman Jack White makes a celebrated guest turn, screeching ''my desire'' like a...Danger! High VoltageYes, ''Danger! High Voltage'' is the tune on which White Stripes frontman Jack White makes a celebrated guest turn, screeching ''my desire'' like a...2003-03-07
(Electric 6: Simon Meaker/allaction.co.uk/Retna)
Producer (group): Beggars XL
Posted March 7 2003 — 12:00 AM EST
- Lil Wayne debuts his 'Free Weezy Album' on Tidal
- Bubba Watson says he's removing Confederate flag from his 'Dukes of Hazzard' car
- Taylor Swift, Jimmy Fallon, more celebs spend July 4 on Instagram, Twitter
- 'Crimson Peak' exclusive: Mia Wasikowska flees the darkness in Guillermo del Toro's Gothic chiller
- Beach reads: 15 heart-stopping thrillers to dive into this summer
- Zack Snyder defends ‘Man of Steel’ ending: You can’t have superheroes knock around with no consequences
- 50 Songs for 50 States: EW's favorite patriotic pop through the years
- 'Back to the Future' turns 30: See the cast, then and now
- 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice': 6 EW exclusive photos
- Comic-Con 2015 preview: 10 panels we can't wait to see
- 'Seinfeld' faves: Where are they now?
- 14 high school movies that defined their year
- Eddie Redmayne, Eva Longoria, Flo Rida & More!