|Studio album by|
|Producer||Mark Stent, Electrafixion|
Burned is the debut and only album released by Electrafixion in 1995. It reached No. 38 on the UK Albums Chart in October of that year. 
Burned was originally released in 1995 on CD with eleven tracks.
In 2007, the album was reissued in the UK by Korova Records in remastered in expanded form, with the four tracks from the Zephyr EP and a remixed version of "Never" on the first CD. A second CD was included containing B-sides and live recordings from their Shepherd's Bush Empire concert on 22 October 1995.
The tracks on the album which have been released as singles are "Lowdown", "Never" and "Sister Pain". An EP titled Zephyr was released which included the tracks "Zephyr", "Burned" and "Mirrorball". "Rain on Me" from the Zephyr EP was not included on the CD until the 2007 reissue.
All tracks written by Ian McCulloch and Will Sergeant except where noted.
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