Subject: I have found a CD that I think you would enjoy
|Electric Hellfire Club|
Calling Dr Luv
Genres: Alternative Rock, Pop, Rock
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Joey Gaen | Fresno, California | 10/26/2000
(5 out of 5 stars)
"This is a recording of much wit, wisdom and fun. Like all great music these tunes make one want to dance and inspire joy. Thomas Thorn's lyrics are still topnotch and have reached a timeless quality with songs like "Very Groovy Boots" and "Hellflower". This is mind and body music, made for the now. It plays well all the way through providing me with both entertainment and stimulation. All in all a very kosher album good for getting rid of hubris and shaking your ass."
SATANISM MEETS GLAM DISCO SEX AND GROOVE?
(3 out of 5 stars)
"Electric Hellfire Club is a very talented band but its hard to believe that they are really Satanists or if it is all a show.Ive seen them live and they perform with great dramatics/theatrics unlike other "Satanic death metal"bands.But Im not sure whether it is a mock or a sell out on Satanism. On this CD there are groovy dance tracks with great electro beats that a non-Satanist could enjoy. It is not as dark as their debut "Burn Baby Burn" but it is still enjoyable. I dont label them on their religious beliefs but on their talented, fun, erotic, groovy music. Hardcore Satanists may embrace the fact that they could be in a sense "Satanist missionaries" or they may be appaulled by the fact that a band is exploiting their beliefs in a non-serious way that seems mocking. All in all, "Calling Doctor Luv" is a great album whether you are Satanist or not."
One of Their Best
RITA F. JOHNSON | SUPERIOR, WI USA | 10/15/2002
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Calling Dr. Luv is easily one of the best albums by El,ectric Hellfire Club. I like it a lot because it's varied. There is pop-metal, glam and industrial. Electric Hellfire Club are easily one of the best industrial-metal bands right now. Very Groovey Boots steps back from overt Satanism but is still goth. Book of Lies is a signature Hellfire song w/ personal topics such as Shane's Death. Calling Dr. Love is a reverant tribute to Shane Lassen. Hellflower and Prince of Darkness are funny and catchy. He Who Holds the Lightning Rod is a hymn to Thor, God of Thunder. Servants of Evil is a techno anthem with funny lyrics referance The Partridge Family. This disc rules."