The Great Electronic Swindle is the third studio effort from The Bloody Beetroots (aka Sir Bob Cornelius Rifo). Lead single "My Name Is Thunder" features Jet and marks the Australian rockers first recording in over seven years while politically charged follow-up "Pirates, Punks & Politics" features modern rock innovator Perry Farrell and superstar drummer Tommy Lee. Other collaborations on the album also came from deep within the rock world such as Gallows, Anders Friden of In Flames, and Deap Vally. There are also appearances from Greta Svabo Bech (known for collaborating with Deadmau5 on "Raise Your Weapon"), pop's Eric Nally (Foxy Shazam) and Mr. Talkbox, plus Rival Sons' Jay Buchanan – who takes a twist with the ballad "Nothing But Love." Also included on the 17-song collection are three Bloody Beetroots instrumentals "The Day Of The Locust," "10,000 Prophets" and "Saint Bass City Rockers."