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Don`t Say Fuck - Electric Eel Shock / V8Wankers - Electric Eel Shock / V8Wankers (Vinyl)

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  • Gohn
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    May 15,  · Electric Eel Shock (EES) are a three-piece garage rock band, formed in Tokyo in the late s. They first toured the United States in and have been touring the world ever since.
  • Dara
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    View credits, reviews, tracks and shop for the Vinyl release of Electric Eel Shock / V8Wankers on Discogs. Label: Punk'n'Drunk Records - PND P-7 • Format: Vinyl Picture Disc, 7 Electric Eel Shock / V8Wankers - Electric Eel Shock / V8Wankers (, Vinyl) | Discogs/5(6).
  • Jukora
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    Jun 06,  · Electric eels (Electrophorus electricus) leap from the water to directly electrify threats. The video presents an electric eel leaping to shock an imitation arm containing LEDs powered by the eel’s discharge and an electric eel leaping to shock an imitation predator.
  • Tojazragore
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    Electric Eel Shock also made an appearance in the video clip for the Bloodhound Gang song "Uhn Tiss Uhn Tiss Uhn Tiss". Their tours throughout Europe at the end of were completely sold out [citation needed]. In March , Beat Me was released in Japan on legendary metal label Roadrunner Records.
  • Gogrel
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    The bend, twist and otherwise orient themselves so the electric current does not pass through their vital organs. Electric current takes the ‘shortest’ possible path along a potential gradient. The potential gradient for the electric eel lies betw.
  • Akibar
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    Electric Eel Shock Join 2, fans getting concert alerts for Electric Eel Shock. Track tour dates. Can't make it? Be the first to know when they next tour near you. Please notify me. Similar artists with upcoming concerts. Fu Manchu. Fri Neumos Seattle, WA, US.
  • Daigrel
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    Sep 14,  · The eel jumped out of the water and into the air to deliver its shock. It looked like a nuzzle, but it packed the wallop of an electric fence. It looked like a nuzzle, but it packed the wallop of.
  • Malagul
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    Nov 10,  · Electric eels are some of the most feared creatures because of their shock, but how does their electric shock work and how much damage does it .
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