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Electric Warrior (album) by T. Rex

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Electric Warrior
Electric Warrior by T. Rex (1971)
Overall rank: 327th   Overall chart historyOverall chart history
Average Rating: 
83/100 (from 660 votes)
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Accolades: Award Top 20 albums of 1971 (15th)
Award Top 100 albums of the 1970s (87th)
Award Top 500 albums of all time (327th)

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Electric Warrior is ranked as the best album by T. Rex.

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Average Rating: 
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85/100
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85/100
Grande álbum! Qualidade e sofisticação elegante de um bom glam rock.
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90/100
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One of the most FUN albums ever. Maybe not the greatest of all time but it's a solid listen through and through. Life's a Gass when you're doing the Mambo Sun to this album that is anything but a Rip Off.
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80/100
From Ashmark
Great glam rock album.
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90/100
Awesome. A genuine and positive surprise. Just the thing for transitioning from your Bowie mourning period. Like same-period Bowie without the existential angst and gravitas.
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90/100
From BLO
This album is like eating a bag full of lemon lime Jelly Beans.
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You can see why Marc Bolan was so important and influental to Bowie. Some great melodic glam rock here, with catchy and fun songs.
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65/100
From corenfro
Fun record! My qualms are that it's slightly repetitive and not groundbreaking. Super enjoyable listen that I'll likely revisit.
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T. Rex best album and one of the best of the 1970's
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Favorite Tracks: Mambo Sun, Get it On & Jeepster
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90/100
The best T.Rex album. Electric warrior, is Marc Bolan at his best. It's a superb record featuring some of the best songs of the era. Jeepster, life's a gas, and off course, get it on, are all essential T.Rex tracks. Great.
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