“You Got What You Wanted” by O’Riordan/Alexandrakis & More

February 23, 2015  |  9 Comments  |  by Axl  |  Dolores O'Riordan

The musician/composer Eric Alexandrakis posted on Instagram today a photo in studio with a quite interesting comment:

Quite the busy week…
Steve did his bits for a new Electrons song called “You Got What You Wanted”, featuring Dolores O’Riordan on vocals.

No more explanations for now. This is possibly a second song featuring Dolores unless it is the one called La Fine” with a new title… Time will tell

Steve and Eric Alexandrakis

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9 Responses to “You Got What You Wanted” by O’Riordan/Alexandrakis & More

  1. Jury

    This “Steve” is actually Steve Ferrone, an English drummer who worked with Slash, Chaka Khan, Eric Clapton, Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers, Duran Duran, Scritti Politti and Johnny Cash (thanks Wikipedia!)

  2. Jury

    Also there’s a very mysterious picture on Eric’s Facebook with some song’s description. It says “Electrons featuring D” o__O and it has an ambient intro!

    https://www.facebook.com/ERICSGALEXANDRAKIS/photos/a.397875426665.183208.281200651665/10152530109676666/?type=1&theater

    • Vlad

      For what I can understand it looks like Electrons might be the name of the band/project (Like Pigtown Fling for Noel) and there might have at least 2 songs and hopefully more with Dolores on vocals. And some more songs wirh other singers. Is it possible ?

  3. Dan

    So Jury… second song or new title for La Fine?

  4. Jony

    A little mysterious. I like it that way. Better when things are partially revealed !!

  5. Mimi

    They have quite a few tracks together:

    “Redemption”
    “Robophobic Redemption” (by far the most amazing sounding thing Dolores has ever been on)
    “Purple Heart Redemption” (very clubby)
    “Trust” (a.k.a. “La Fine”)
    “You Got What You Wanted” (haven’t heard it yet)
    and more coming from what I hear.
    It’s Eric Alexandrakis band with a revolving door of musicians he chooses to work with

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