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Electric Frankenstein/Thee Mighty Fevers- Split 7” ~RARE ORANGE WAX!

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Electric Frankenstein/Thee Mighty Fevers- Split 7”.  Pretty hard to find split here between Electric Frankenstein and Japan’s Thee Mighty Fevers. It was released by the low brow Rock N Roll Bar the Bees Knees in Kobe Japan and doesn’t really have alot of distribution. Electric Frankenstein brings it with ‘Dead On Beauty’ and Thee Mighty Fevers fire back with their incredibly amped up ‘My Fuel Beer’. Killer split. These are pressed on super bright looking ORANGE WAX and both bands contribute some really nice eye catching cover art with label art by Dirty Donny. Highly recommended.

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