|2||My Heart's Not For Sale|
|3||A Mother Of A Love Story|
|4||Put Your Arms Around Me|
|5||The Day The Gypsies Came To Town|
|6||Rollin Down The Road|
|8||Down On Shakin' Street|
|9||Nowhere To Go But Up|
|10||Dancing On My Own|
|11||Father Popcorn's Magic Oysters|
|12||All Lips 'n Hips (edit)|
|13||Angel In An Armoured Suit|
|14||All Lips 'n' Hips (Early Drum Machine version)|
|15||Ten Thousand Times Goodbye|
|16||All Lips 'n' Hips (Batmix Returns remix 2009)|
|17||The House Is Rockin'|
|18||Welcome To The High Times|
|19||Sometimes U Gotta Go Look For The Car|
The Electric Boys are a funk metal band founded in Sweden in 1988, which enjoyed a cult status in Europe at the end of the decade.
They were formed by Conny Bloom (real surname: Blomqvist) (guitar/vocals) and Andy Christell (bass). Originally a duo, they signed for Polygram and scored a local Swedish hit with the single "All Lips and Hips" in 1988, which according to some people is their best song so far. This early version of what would become perhaps the band's best-known hit also appeared that same year in America on the soundtrack to the movie Feds. The band then added second guitarist Franco Santunione and drummer Niklas Sigevall.
In 1989, the band's debut album Funk-O-Metal Carpet Ride, including a revamped version of "All Lips and Hips" was a success in Europe, and they picked up a strong following in Britain, where, as well as headlining small clubs, they supported Thunder.