|Studio album by Melvins|
|Released||February 6, 2001|
|Genre||Sludge metal, psychedelic rock, punk rock, electronic|
|Producer||Tim Green, Joe Barresi|
Electroretard is an album by the Melvins, which was released in 2001 through Man's Ruin Records. The album contains an experiment in backmasking ("Shit Storm"), three covers and four reworked versions of old Melvins songs. Though released on CD, it was going to see an LP release, but Man's Ruin closed beforehand. Electroretard will be packaged with "The Bulls & the Bees" in June 2015 via Ipecac Recordings with a vinyl issue to follow.
|2.||"Youth of America"||Sage||9:16|
|3.||"Gluey Porch Treatments"||Osborne||0:47|
|7.||"Tipping the Lion"||Osborne||3:47|
|8.||"Interstellar Overdrive"||Barrett, Mason, Waters, Wright||9:49|
- "Shit Storm" - The song "Revolve" from Stoner Witch reversed with added effects and drums. The version used was from Stoner Witch and not the version found on this release. Samples of other Melvins songs put in reverse can be heard as well.
- "Youth of America" - Wipers cover. Later released on the 2010 12" EP "Sludge Glamorous"
- "Gluey Porch Treatments" - Re-recording of the track from Gluey Porch Treatments.
- "Revolve" - Remake of the song from Stoner Witch. Later released as a single with a live version of "With Teeth".
- "Missing" - Cows cover. The song was later released on vinyl as a 7" split with Hepa-Titus in 2014.
- "Lovely Butterflies" - Re-recording of the song from Honky.
- "Tipping the Lion" - Remix of the song from Stag. Previously released on the Interstellar Overdrive 10".
- "Interstellar Overdrive" - Pink Floyd cover. Previously released on the Interstellar Overdrive 10".
- Buzz Osborne - vocals, guitar and RMS 2000
- Dale Crover - drums, backing vocals, organ and RMS 2000
- Kevin Rutmanis - bass guitar, backing vocals, slide bass, string arrangement and RMS 2000
- Tim Green - engineer (tracks 1-6)
- Michael Rozon - mixing (tracks 1-6)
- Joe Barresi - engineer & mixing (tracks 7-8)
- John Golden - mastering
- Frank Kozik - artwork
- Mark Deutrom - bass guitar (tracks 1, 7 & 8; uncredited)