℗ 1971 Reprise Records
 

Electric Warrior

T. Rex

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1.1
Mambo Sun
T. Rex
3:38
1.2
Cosmic Dancer
T. Rex
4:26
1.3
Jeepster
T. Rex
4:10
1.4
Monolith
T. Rex
3:45
1.5
Lean Woman Blues
T. Rex
3:01
1.6
Bang a Gong (Get It On)
T. Rex
4:24
1.7
Planet Queen
T. Rex
3:11
1.8
Girl
T. Rex
2:29
1.9
The Motivator
T. Rex
3:57
1.10
Life's a Gas
T. Rex
2:23
1.11
Rip Off
T. Rex
3:38
Total Playing Time    39:02
Electric Warrior is the second studio album by English rock band T. Rex, their sixth if including the group's earlier incarnation as Tyrannosaurus Rex. The album marked a turning point in the band's sound, dispensing with the folk-oriented music of the group's previous albums and pioneering a flamboyant, pop-friendly take on electric rock and roll known as glam rock. Electric Warrior has since received acclaim as a pivotal release of the glam rock movement.
44.1 kHz / 24-bit PCM – Rhino/Warner Records Studio Masters

Tracks 1-11 – contains high-resolution digital transfers of material originating from an analogue master source

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