Die Electric Eels / Spin Age Blasters / Bunnies

The electric eels (all lower-case, with reverence to e e cummings) were a short-lived Cleveland combo with a discography that sounds too ramshackle and combustible to have been recorded in the first place. They barely played live, clocking in something like five shows before breaking up in 1976, but their sounds, collected lovingly by the fine folks at Superior Viaduct on Die electric eels and the 45 Spin Age Blasters / Bunnies, sound revelatory in 2015.

Inspired by disparate influences upon their formation in 1972 — guitarists John Morton and Brian McMahon and . . .

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