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
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