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L-R: Tony McGuigan, Ian McCulloch, and Will Sergeant
Background information
Origin England, United Kingdom
Genres Alternative rock
Years active 1994–1996
Labels Warner Music
Sire Records (US)
Elektra Records (US)
Associated acts Echo & the Bunnymen
Past members Ian McCulloch
Will Sergeant
Leon de Sylva
Tony McGuigan

Electrafixion were an alternative rock band, formed by former Echo & the Bunnymen members Ian McCulloch and Will Sergeant in 1994, joined by bass guitarist Leon de Sylva and drummer Tony McGuigan.[1] They released one album, Burned, and four singles and EPs before splitting up in 1996, due to the reformation of the Bunnymen.[1] A posthumous limited edition 7" single, "Baseball Bill" was released in 1997.[1] When touring, the band included Julian Phillips[2] (formerly of Marion) on bass and his brother, George Phillips, on drums.



  • Zephyr EP (1994, WEA/Warners, 12"/cs/cds, YZ 865 T/C/D) UK No. 47 (2 weeks)
  • "Lowdown" (1995, WEA/Warners, 7"/cs/cds, YZ 977 X/C/CD) UK No. 54 (2 weeks)
  • "Never" (1995, WEA/Warners, cs/cds/cds, WEA 022C/CD/CDX) UK No. 58 (1 week)
  • "Sister Pain" (1996, WEA/Warners, cds/cds/cds, WEA 037 CD1/CD2/CD3) UK No. 27 (1 week)
  • "Baseball Bill" (1997, Phree, 7", PHREE 1)



  • Burned (1995, WEA/Warners, CD/C, 0630 11248-2/-4) UK No. 38 (2 weeks)


See also[edit]

Electrafixion discography at MusicBrainz


  1. ^ a b c Strong, Martin C. (2003) The Great Indie Discography, Canongate, ISBN 1-84195-335-0, p. 314-316
  2. ^ "ELECTRAFIXION WARMED BY `BURNED' AND TOUR". 10 November 1995. 
  3. ^ a b Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19th ed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p. 180. ISBN 1-904994-10-5.