- Title:Electric Universe
- Style:Downtempo, Free Funk, Disco
- Date of release:
- Size FLAC version1483 megabytes
- Size MP3 version1655 megabytes
- Size WMA version1396 megabytes
- Formats:AUD AU TTA XM MMF MP4 AAC
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Commercially, Earth, Wind & Fire were slipping in 1983. Though a decent album, Powerlight wasn't the type of big seller EWF was used to. Maurice White responded with a change of direction that proved to be both a commercial and artistic fiasco. Working with very in-demand (and very formula-oriented) studio figures like Martin Page and David Foster, EWF went for a much slicker and more high-tech approach on the weak and disappointing Electric Universe. The type of synth-funk that worked so well for the System doesn't work for EWF. A few of the songs are interesting (including "Electric Kingdom" and the single "Magnetic"), but they don't prevent Electric Universe from being EWF's weakest album ever.
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Electric Universe is the thirteenth studio album by Earth, Wind & Fire, released in November 1983 on Columbia Records. The album rose to Nos. 8 & 40 on the Billboard Top Soul Albums and Billboard 200 charts respectively. Electric Universe was produced by Maurice White for Kalimba Productions. With Electric Universe came a unique new wave & synth pop sound for EWF. As well Electric Universe was featured in an episode of Mass Appeal's YouTube series Rhythm Roulette.
Earth, Wind & Fire is the self-titled debut studio album by the band Earth, Wind & Fire, released in February 1971 by Warner Bros. The album got to No. 24 on the Billboard Top Soul Albums chart. Off the album the track Love Is Life rose to No. 43 on the Billboard Hot Soul Songs chart.