From 1994, and his genuine classic CD Set to Pop, please enjoy genuine power pop genius Bill Lloyd and the aptly titled "I Went Electric."
Have I mentioned that Marshall Crenshaw is playing acoustic 12-string on that?
Lloyd is one of the great unsung heroes of contemporary rock. I was lucky enough to meet him briefly in the late 80s, when he was enjoying considerable commercial success as part of the mainstream country duo Foster and Lloyd (a band I was in opened for them at the Bottom Line), and it was quite apparent at the time that there was a power pop guy fighting to get out.
Here he is discussing his career on a recent webcast; it's quite illuminating and a lot of fun.
I should add that if you don't already have Set to Pop you need to snag a copy immediately (you can still find copies over at Amazon). I should also add that Lloyd has apparently remade the album from stem to stern; I haven't yet heard it, but as soon as I do I'll keep you posted.