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Who Are The Electric Eels? Quite simply, The Electric Eels are, historically, one of the most important bands ever!!! Their career may have lasted barely two years, they may have only played live half a dozen times, they may have had no records released during their chaotic existence, but the legacy they left provided considerable inspiration for many a tortured and twisted soul. Notable fans include Gibby Haines, Jon Spencer, Thurston Moore and Michael Gira. <P>Give Me A History Lesson Giganto Formed in Cleveland, Ohio in 1972, The Electric Eels were a collection of strong individual personalities committed to making subversive and challenging music <P>After playing to an audience for the first time, John and Dave were arrested for being drunk & disorderly. Still in their stage clothes; John was wearing a coat covered in safety pins and Dave covered was in rat traps. The police nicknamed them 'Ratman and Bobbin' and beat up John, breaking his arm. He arrived at the next gig with wrenches tied to his arms with gaffer tape and bought his new instrument, a sheet of metal to be played with a sledgehammer. Mid-set the bar owner pulled the plug. <P>Another show was advertised as a'Special Extermination Night'. Some of the highlights were Dave, now playing clarinet, trying to start a gas-powered lawn mower and singing emotional versions of TV theme songs. John won a fight with a member of the audience and all the gear was impounded to pay for the damage. The last Eels gig was outdoors at the campus of Case-Western Reserve University and broadcast live. The gig ended in more violence and the Electric Eels were no more. <P>Police Records Show The Line-Up For This CD Was John Morton (Guitar), Dave McManus (Vocals, clarinet), Brian MacMahon (Guitar), Nick Knox (Drums). Was There Life After Death? Of course, In 1979 John Savage persuaded Rough Trade to release the 'Agitated' 7" and two years later Mustard released the 'Spin-Age Blasters' 7". Nick Knox joined The Cramps; John and Dave joined The Styrene-Money band with soon to be Pere Ubu and Dead Boys members and also played in the superb X-X. Dave formed several bands, most noticeably The Cool Marriage Councillors. <P>God Says Fuck You This CD contains 22 tracks including at least three beasts unleashed for the first time. The sleeve features new John Morton artwork and Michael J. Weldon of Psychotronic Magazine wrote the sleeve notes. Take heed, nothing, but nothing, will prepare you for what you are about to hear.