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Indie Exclusive - First time on vinyl! In 1999, The Aquabats! enter experimental territory with the release of "The Aquabats! vs. the Floating Eye of Death!" Expanding beyond their ska roots, the band flexes their imaginative songwriting muscles both in subject matter and style. A retroactive favorite with fans, The Aquabats! push into a more electronic sound that presages their future records and graces us with the likes of “Sequence Erase,” “Giant Robot-Birdhead,” and “Chemical Bomb.” Right at the turn of the century, The Aquabats! stared down the Floating Eye of Death… and won!

Indie Exclusive - First time on vinyl! In 1999, The Aquabats! enter experimental territory with the release of "The Aquabats! vs. the Floating Eye of Death!" Expanding beyond their ska roots, the band flexes their imaginative songwriting muscles both in subject matter and style. A retroactive favorite with fans, The Aquabats! push into a more electronic sound that presages their future records and graces us with the likes of “Sequence Erase,” “Giant Robot-Birdhead,” and “Chemical Bomb.” Right at the turn of the century, The Aquabats! stared down the Floating Eye of Death… and won!

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Vs. the Floating Eye of Death! [Indie Exclusive Floating Eye Fleshy Pink 2LP]
Artist: THE AQUABATS!
Format: Vinyl
New: Available $39.99
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Formats and Editions

DISC: 1

1. Sequence Erase
2. Giant Robot-Birdhead
3. Anti-MatterLotto Fever
4. Lovers Of Loving Love
5. Chemical Bomb
6. The Man With Glooey Hands
7. Monsters Wedding
8. The Ballad Of Mr. Bonkers
9. Canis Lupus
10. Tiny Pants
11. The Thing On The Bass Amp
12. Amino Man
13. Hello, Good Night

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Indie Exclusive - First time on vinyl! In 1999, The Aquabats! enter experimental territory with the release of "The Aquabats! vs. the Floating Eye of Death!" Expanding beyond their ska roots, the band flexes their imaginative songwriting muscles both in subject matter and style. A retroactive favorite with fans, The Aquabats! push into a more electronic sound that presages their future records and graces us with the likes of “Sequence Erase,” “Giant Robot-Birdhead,” and “Chemical Bomb.” Right at the turn of the century, The Aquabats! stared down the Floating Eye of Death… and won!

        
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