The Electric Six originally recorded this in 2001. After the band signed to XL Records, they re-recorded it, and the song hit #2 in the UK in 2003.
Jack White of White Stripes contributed backing vocals to the 2002 re-recorded version. The band claimed their guest singer only sounded like White, and was really an auto mechanic named John S. O'Leary.
This was featured in the 2003 film Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle.
Suggestion credit: Edward Pearce - Ashford, Kent, England, for all above
The channel "Smash Hits" uses this song as the theme for a slot entitled "Warning! Pop Disasters" where they point out what they hate about certain songs.
Lily from Los Angeles, Caare they ripping of High Voltage by ac/dc?
Tj from Champaign, Il"Danger: Rock Science!" by Menthol was due for release in 1998 but did not come out until 2002, after this, because new wave was (supposedly) passé.
Eddie from Melbourne, AustraliaAWESUM song, thers no real meaning to this song but its great to listen to and makes u feel like getting up and dancing. Jack White supposedly DIDNT sing the vocals according?