Electric Honey (album)

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Electric Honey
Studio album by Luscious Jackson
Released June 29, 1999
Genre Alternative rock, pop rock
Length 50:01
Label Grand Royal
Producer Jill Cunniff, Gabrielle Glaser, Tony Mangurian, Mickey Petralia, T. Rex, 25 Ton, Tony Visconti, Alex Young
Luscious Jackson chronology
Fever In Fever Out
(1996)
Electric Honey
(1999)
Greatest Hits
(2007)
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]
Q 3/5 stars[2]
Rolling Stone 3/5 stars[3]

Electric Honey is the third album from New York alternative rock group Luscious Jackson, released on the Grand Royal label on June 29, 1999 (see 1999 in music).

Vivian Trimble was no longer a part of the band at this time, leaving Kate Schellenbach, Jill Cunniff and Gabby Glaser to put together an album. A video was made for "Ladyfingers". The band opened for Smash Mouth to promote this album, but after this recording, the band folded.

"Lady Fingers" entered the New Zealand Top 40 RIANZ Charts at #27

Track listing[edit]

All tracks by Jill Cunniff except were noted

  1. "Nervous Breakthrough" – 3:47
  2. "Ladyfingers" – 3:27
  3. "Christine" – 3:30
  4. "Alien Lover" – 3:50
  5. "Summer Daze" (Gabrielle Glaser) – 3:31
  6. "Sexy Hypnotist" – 3:14
  7. "Friends" (Glaser) – 3:30
  8. "Devotion" – 3:14
  9. "Fantastic Fabulous" – 3:14
  10. "Gypsy" (Glaser) – 3:01
  11. "Beloved" – 2:58
  12. "Country's a Callin'" (Glaser) – 3:10
  13. "Space Diva" – 3:25
  14. "Fly" (Glaser) – 4:17
  15. "Lover's Moon" – 1:53

Personnel[edit]

  • Robert Aaron – flute, horn
  • Susan Alzner – photography
  • Danny Clinch – photography
  • Jill Cunniff – bass, guitar, keyboards, vocals, producer
  • Danny Frankel – percussion
  • Juan Garcia – engineer, assistant engineer
  • Gabrielle Glaser – guitar, strings, keyboards, vocals, backing vocals, producer, rap, mellotron
  • Tommy Grimm – photography
  • Petra Haden – violin
  • Lisa Haney – strings
  • Emmylou Harris – vocals, backing vocals
  • Debbie Harry – vocals
  • Vincent Louis – percussion
  • Luscious Jackson – executive producer
  • Danny Madorsky – assistant engineer
  • Tony Mangurian – programming, backing vocals, producer, engineer, drum programming, keyboard programming
  • Roger Manning – keyboards
  • Bill McMullen – art direction, design
  • Mickey P. – producer
  • Phil Painson – assistant engineer
  • Mickey Petralia – programming, producer
  • Kate Schellenbach – drums
  • Steve Sisco – mixing assistant
  • Tia Sprocket – backing vocals, finger snaps
  • Jamey Staub – engineer, mixing
  • T. Rex – producer
  • Domenic Troiano – guitar
  • Serge Tsai – engineer
  • 25 Ton – programming, producer
  • Tony Visconti – producer, engineer
  • Andy Wallace – mixing
  • Josephine Wiggs – bass
  • Alex Young – producer, DJ
  • Gabriel Trujillo – makeup artist, hair stylist

References[edit]

  1. ^ Allmusic review
  2. ^ Malins, Steve. "Review: Luscious Jackson - Electric Honey". Q (EMAP Metro Ltd) (July 1999): 120. 
  3. ^ Rolling Stone review