|1||Coming of Age|
|2||Country Girl Suite|
|4||I'm a Stranger Here|
|5||We Play Rock 'n' Roll|
|6||Money Back Guarantee|
|8||I'm a Stranger Here [single version]|
|11||Signs (LP Version)|
|12||Half Past Midnight|
|13||Dance of the Swamp Woman|
|14||Hello Melinda, Goodbye|
|15||Moonshine (Friend of Mine)|
|16||The Man With a Horse and Wagon|
The Five Man Electrical Band (originally The Staccatos 1963-9) was a Canadian rock group from Ottawa, best known for their 1971 hit single "Signs".
"Signs" was written by Les Emmerson and reached #3 on the US Billboard Hot 100. It sold over one million copies, and was awarded a gold disc by the R.I.A.A. in August 1971.
“Signs” went to #1 in Australia for nearly 2 months and was huge in other parts of the world including the band's own Canada. A string of hits followed: “Absolutely Right”, “Money Back Guarantee”, “Moonshine (friend of mine)”, “Werewolf”, “I’m A Stranger Here” and a slew of others but the primary hit is “Signs”.