"Electric Man" is a song by the Englishalternative rock band Mansun. The song was written by band-leader Paul Draper. It was recorded and produced by Hugh Padgham with co-producer Michael Hunter during sessions for the group's third studio album. The song was released as the second single in 2000 from the group's third album, Little Kix. The single disappointed commercially reaching the modest peak of #23 on the UK Singles Chart.
The music video for "Electric Man" was directed by Grant Gee.
Draper largely disowned the song along with the majority of Mansun's third album. In the liner-notes to Legacy: The Best of Mansun, Draper remarks that the song was his attempt to 'lighten up' after the insular Six album: 'Where can we go next after Six? I Know! Vaudeville, The 50s, The Beach Boys....Morecambe and Wise?! This track is my homage to Eric and Ernie.'