Electric (Melody Club song)

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Single by Melody Club
from the album Music Machine
Released November 2002
Format CD single
Recorded 2002
Genre Synthpop
Label Virgin Records
Writer(s) Kristofer Östergren
Producer(s) Dan Sundquist
Melody Club singles chronology
"Palace Station"
Music video
"Electric" on YouTube

"Electric" is an English language single by Swedish pop/synth rock band Melody Club, taken from their 2002 debut album Music Machine. "Electric" was a follow-up single to their debut single "Palace Station" from the same album.

"Electric" was released in 2002 on Virgin Records and is produced by Dan Sundquist.

Track list[edit]

  1. "Electric" (Producer: Dan Sundquist) (4:00)
  2. "In Motion" (2:39)

Charts performance[edit]

It reached #18 on its first week of release, its highest position, staying for 20 weeks in the Swedish Singles Chart from 21 November 2002 until 3 April 2003.

Chart (2002-2003) Peak
Sweden (Sverigetopplistan)[1] 18


In 2003, following the success of the song, Håkan Lidbo released a remix of the song again on Virgin Records Sweden

Track list

  1. Electric (Radiowave Remix) (5:25)
  2. Electric (Electrowave Remix) (4:46)

Slava version[edit]

Single by Slava
Released 2010
Format CD single
Recorded 2010
Genre Dance-pop
Label Russia
Sweden: Warner Sweden and Extensive Music Sweden
Writer(s) Kristofer Östergren
Music video
"Electric" on YouTube

Slava (in Russian: Сла́ва), a Russian dance act, made a cover of the song in 2010. Released in Russia, it was also made available in Sweden as it is a cover of a popular Swedish band, and it features in the Slava version a Swedish singer Velvet. The Swedish release was on Warner Sweden and Extensive Music Sweden.[2]

Track list:

  1. "Electric" (Original Radio Version) (3:06)
  2. "Electric" (Extended Version) (4:44)

Cameron Cartio version[edit]

Single by Cameron Cartio
Format CD single
Recorded 2011
Genre Persian Pop music
Label Universal Music Group, Sherfa Music and Taraneh Records
Writer(s) Kristofer Östergren
Music video
"Electric" on YouTube

In 2011, Cameron Cartio, a Swedish pop star of Iranian origin made a cover of the song in Persian language from his upcoming second album. It is released on Universal Music Group, Sherfa Music Taraneh Records. Cartio also released a music video of the song directed by his brother Alec Cartio.


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