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L-R: Tony McGuigan, Ian McCulloch, and Will Seargent
Background information
Origin England
Genres Alternative rock
Years active 1994–1996
Labels Warner Music
Sire Records (US)
Elektra Records (US)
Associated acts Echo & the Bunnymen
Past members Ian McCulloch
Will Sergeant
Leon de Sylva
Tony McGuigan

Electrafixion were an alternative rock band, formed by former Echo & the Bunnymen members Ian McCulloch and Will Sergeant in 1994, joined by bass guitarist Leon de Sylva and drummer Tony McGuigan.[1] They released one album, Burned, and four singles and EPs before splitting up in 1996, due to the reformation of the Bunnymen.[1] A posthumous limited edition 7" single, "Baseball Bill" was released in 1997.[1] When touring, the band included Julian Phillips (formerly of Marion) on bass and his brother, George Phillips, on drums.



  • Zephyr EP (1994, WEA/Warners, 12"/cs/cds, YZ 865 T/C/D) UK No. 47 (2 weeks)
  • "Lowdown" (1995, WEA/Warners, 7"/cs/cds, YZ 977 X/C/CD) UK No. 54 (2 weeks)
  • "Never" (1995, WEA/Warners, cs/cds/cds, WEA 022C/CD/CDX) UK No. 58 (1 week)
  • "Sister Pain" (1996, WEA/Warners, cds/cds/cds, WEA 037 CD1/CD2/CD3) UK No. 27 (1 week)
  • "Baseball Bill" (1997, Phree, 7", PHREE 1)



  • Burned (1995, WEA/Warners, CD/C, 0630 11248-2/-4) UK No. 38 (2 weeks)



  1. ^ a b c Strong, Martin C. (2003) The Great Indie Discography, Canongate, ISBN 1-84195-335-0, p. 314-316
  2. ^ a b Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 180. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.