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The Walker Brothers - The Electrician (MIDI)

The Electrician

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Format: MIDI
Duration: 6:37

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Nite Flights

The Electrician

"The Electrician" is a song written by American singer-songwriter Scott Walker . The song was first recorded and released by Walker's pop group The Walker Brothers as their fourteenth UK single and last official released while the group was still active in 1978. The single did not chart. The song describes the work of a CIA torturer.

Midge Ure is said to have been influenced by "The Electrician" when composing "Vienna" for Ultravox.

"The Electrician" was featured as the opening track for the 2008 crime film Bronson directed by Nicolas Winding Refn.

The song was covered by Laurie Anderson for the Scott Walker tribute album Scott Walker: 30 Century Man in 2009.

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