"Elektrobank" as written by Edmund John Simons, Thomas Owen Mostyn Rowlands, Bob James, William Earl Collins and George Jr. Clinton....
I'm tellin' ya, I can not wait for this band to come on,
Because I've got a few left over here,
I'm gonna dance with their own shockin' feel and I'm a foul man
So Irvine, I'll bring it home, a one two
I'm gonna have another sound check,
And then we're sending for the Chemical Brothers
Y'all want the Chemical Brothers

Aik aik Chemical brothers,
They knew all about soul so I'm gonna show them Irvine
Are Irvine lookin' for the Chemical Brothers?
Aik aik, I like that

That's right, we gonna get the Chemical Brothers some funky music

We got the band comin' up here in two so
Hold on tight
Alright check this out!

Who is dis doin' this synthetic type of alpha beta psychedelic funkin'?

Who is dis doin' this synthetic type of alpha beta psychedelic funkin'?

Who is dis doin' this synthetic type of alpha beta psychedelic funkin'?

Who is dis doin' this synthetic type of alpha beta psychedelic funkin'?


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"Elektrobank" as written by William Bootsy Collins George Clinton Jr.

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    General Commentlove the song and the Spike Jonze video was good. the gymnists passion esp. after she falls comes thru. the repeted chorus is actually funny bc the lady is commenting on the background synths playing while she's also part of the song.
    missy blueon November 21, 2004   Link
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    General CommentLove that dijiridoo solo!

    This is Sophia Coppola's best performance. Francis should have deleted all her scenes in the Godfather Part III.
    bkat004on February 02, 2006   Link
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    General Commentthe gymnast in the video was spike jonze's girlfreind at the time
    SixStringSoulon December 13, 2006   Link

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