Electric World

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Electric World
Electric World.jpg
Studio album by Neal Schon
Released July 15, 1997
Recorded The Piranha Lounge
Genre Fusion, hard rock
Length 112:42
Label Higher Octave
Producer Neal Schon
Neal Schon chronology
Beyond the Thunder
(1995)Beyond the Thunder1995
Electric World
(1997)
Piranha Blues
(1998)Piranha Blues1998
Professional ratings
Review scores
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Allmusic 3/5 stars[1]

Electric World is a double album by Neal Schon. It was released in 1997 on Higher Octave. In a hard rock style, the album is influenced by Carlos Santana.

Track listing[edit]

All tracks composed by Neal Schon and Walker; except where indicated

  1. "Night Spirit" - (Len, Schon) 3:47
  2. "N.Y.C." - 4:43
  3. "Highway 1" - 4:29
  4. "Electric World" - 6:03
  5. "Gypsy Dance" - 6:15
  6. "My Past Life" - 6:12
  7. "Memphis Voodoo" - 4:50
  8. "Breaking Waves" - 5:48
  9. "Midnight Express" - (Len, Schon) 5:10
  10. "Living Desert" - (Schon) 2:29
  11. "The Dragon" - 7:22
  12. "Medicine Man" - 4:57
  13. "The Emperor" - 4:50
  14. "Emerald Forest" - 5:38
  15. "One and Only" - 6:56
  16. "High Mileage" - 8:12
  17. "Scram" - 5:09
  18. "Mandolin Sky" - (Schon) 1:55
  19. "Eye on the World" - (Len, Schon) 10:40
  20. "All Our Yesterdays" - (Len, Schon) 3:33
  21. "A Prayer for Peace" - (Len, Schon) 3:44

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