Cheesing through songs such as “Dance Commander” and “Dance-a-thon 2005” what else could Electric Six be trying to elicit from audiences except their most coveted dance moves? Blending cock-rock guitars, Turbonegro-style humor, Whites Stripes-stiff drumbeats and a healthy dose of synth, E6 has created the ultimate guilty pleasure for in-the-closet spastic dancers. The Detroit band reached the big time in 2003 when Danger! High Voltage found its way into the British clubs. Now promoting its second album, Señor Smoke, E6 has dropped some of its edge for a more generic disco-dance tempo. But all of the essentials are still in order for one sweaty beast of a dance party to writhe on into the night.