The final studio album from The Brains. The band was noted for its live performances, such as its July 1980 performance opening for Devo at Atlanta's Fox Theater and its May 22, 1982, headlining performance at the Milestone Club in Charlotte, N.C.
Rick Price was the guitarist for The Brains. He went on to join The Georgia Satellites as bass player. Drummer Charles Wolff died from cancer on September 10, 2010.
The Brains second album Electronic Eden is a back to basics affair, retaining engineer Mark Richardson and hotshot producer Steve Lillywhite from the last go-round. This time, the experimental edges are tamped down in favor of a more straight-ahead rock sound and more conventional song structures. Keyboardist and frontman Tom Gray remains focused on the minefields of relationships, as shown by self-explanatory titles like "Eyes of Ice," "House of Cards," and "No Tears Tonight." "Hypnotized" could almost fit any late-'70s Elvis Costello album.