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An Electric Storm

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Released  June 1969
Length  35:06
Release date  June 1969
Label  Island Records
Recorded  1968
Artist  White Noise
Producer  David Vorhaus
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An Electric Storm (1969)  White Noise 2 Concerto for synthesizer (1974)
Genres  Psychedelic rock, Experimental music, Progressive rock, Electronic music, Psychedelic pop
Psychedelic rock albums  Spooky Two, The Story of Simon Simopath, It's All About, The Parable of Arable La, Cottonwoodhill

1969 white noise an electric storm full album

An Electric Storm is the debut album by electronic music group White Noise. The band recorded the first two tracks with the intention of producing a single only, but were then persuaded by Chris Blackwell of Island Records to create an entire album. At this point the group set up the Kaleidophon Studio in a flat in Camden Town, London, and spent a year creating the next four tracks. The last track was put together in one day when Island demanded the completion of the album.


A brief extract from the track "The Black Mass: An Electric Storm in Hell" can be heard in the Hammer Film Productions film Dracula AD 1972.

Track listing




The following people contributed to An Electric Storm:

  • Kaleidophon – production
  • David Vorhaus – production co-ordinator
  • Delia Derbyshire, Brian Hodgson – electronic sound realisation
  • Paul Lytton – percussion
  • John Whitman, Annie Bird, Val Shaw – vocals
  • Releases

  • June 1969 - LP, Island Records, catalog number ILPS 9099
  • 27 March 1995 - CD, "3D Island" label, Island Records, 3DCID 1001; deleted 1996
  • 9 July 2007 - CD re-released, Island Remasters
  • Songs

    1Phase-In: Love Without Sound3:08
    2My Game of Loving4:11
    3Phase-In: Here Come the Fleas2:15


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