The Thought Criminals

The Thought Criminals is a London, UK-based electronic band, formed by Kirlian Blue (synths, backing vocals) and Rocky Goode (vocals, lyrics) in 2004. Their debut album was Die Young : Stay Pretty (2008, WTII Records), made with dance producer Tony Messenger and mixer Rob Henry of Children of The Bong. Their last release was the Alnum "You're A Moral Liability !" (19th November 2018, WTII Records). "The Thought Criminals conjure early 80's style electropop in the vein of, Frankie Goes to Hollywood, Soft Cell, New Order, Gary Numan, OMD, etc".[1] "The band’s sound contains audible traces of Gary Numan, Tik and Tok, Nine Inch Nails and a gorgeously dark sense of humour which will leave a little smile on your face."[2] "Take one part Numan-esque glamour, one part Soft Cell'ish sleaze and sultriness and one part Prodigy inspired punk rock and you'll still be nowhere close to describing the hyper-kinetik sound of London's self-proclaimed electro-sluts."[3]

The Thought Criminals
The Thought Criminals Band Logo.jpg
The Thought Criminals band logo
Background information
OriginLondon, United Kingdom
Years active2004–present
LabelsWTII Records
MembersRocky Goode,
Kirlian Blue,

Official releasesEdit

  • You're A Moral Liability ! (WTII140) Album released by WTII Records 19 November 2018. [3]
  • "No Love Song" (WTII134) EP release by WTII Records 9 September 2017. [4]
  • "Dirty Electro EP" (WTII125) EP release by WTII Records 31 October 2016. [5]
  • "All the Freaks" (WTII055) Single released by WTII Records 3 August 2009. [6]
  • Die Young: Stay Pretty (WTII051) Album released by WTII Records Fall 2008. [7]
  • "Suicide Bomber" (CRIME002) Single released by Dirty Electro 10 September 2007. [8]
  • "I Wanna Be a Celebrity" (EFS-IS-027) Single released by Electric Fantastic Sound 1 March 2007. [9]
The Thought Criminals

Compilation appearancesEdit


  1. ^ "Reviews » | Chain D.L.K." Retrieved 6 March 2017.
  2. ^ [1], Demon Pigeon Review by Nina Saeidi 14 September 2010.
  3. ^ [2], Review By Dan Korvan, Sideline Magazine 26 March 2007.