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With the group's vocal harmonies and gift for chiming pop, it can bring to mind 1980s power pop and late-1960s California folk rock; on the opening track, Bill Fox's "Electrocution," the trio sounds a lot like the Byrds, as it does on Spoon's "The Agony of Laffitte."
- Bill Fox's "Electrocution" has the band's trademark indie-pop sound.
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Electrocution means death by electric shock 28 hours in the dark heart of Egypt's torture machine, 10 February, page 4.
Electrocution wires: the robot can produce wire that can give out high voltage electricity that can annihilate a monster without much trouble.
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Electrocution by some means ... not lethal ... just enough to make them p*** their pants.
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Electrocution was the only other form that Sayyed would use.
Electrocution, drowning, firearms, dynamite, homemade bombs – this doofus does it all!
Fabulous Maker and rogue photographer Bre Pettis paid a visit to the Technisches museum and snapped their "30 Ways to Die of Electrocution" exhibit.
Electrocution of soldiers by John Shriver on Thursday, Jan 22, 2009 at 7: 20: 17 PM
OpEdNews - Quicklink: Army Investigation of Contactor KBR's Electrocution of Soldiers' "Negligent Homicide"
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