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Album Review

Electric Eel Shock's second full-length Beat Me features a little less manic strut than their 2004 debut (called Go Europe! or Go USA! depending on what side of the pond you're on), but given just how much cranked-up attitude that platter contained, that still leaves plenty of room for disc number two to make with the rock. And make with the rock it does; Beat Me still features plenty of fractured but meaty riffage from Aki Morimoto, relentless rhythms from Kazuto Maekawa and Tomoharu "Gian" Ito, and songs that chart the history of hard rock from blues-rock and boogie to glam and metal, coupled with stupid/brilliant lyrics summed up in such song titles as "I Can Hear the Sex Noise," "I Love Fish but Fish Hate Me" and "Don't Say F**k." As on their first album, Electric Eel Shock sound like they're a goof on some level, but a goof from guys who love their rock & roll big and loud and insist on playing it right, not unlike the Dictators. And while the Dictators an inarguably a better band, Electric Eel Shock have taken what could have been a joke band and turned it into something that kicks very hard and consistently delivers the goods — track nine of Beat Me is called "Rock and Roll Kills the Blues," and your blues will doubtless be running for their life once you slap this into your stereo. And for a grand finale, they offer up a cover of "Iron Man" that actually has a personality of its own, no small achievement.

Customer Reviews

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For the last couple of years, this 3-piece Japanese outfit have been a near fixture at a rock venue near you. Their never-ending tour has seen Aki Morimoto (guitar), Tomoharu ‘Gian’ Ito (drums) and Kazato Maekawa (bass) visiting thirty countries on three continents, honing a truly blistering live show en route. Previous albums have failed to capture the verve, musical ability and humour of the live band but ‘Beat Me’ produced by the legendary Attie Bauw (Judas Priest, Scorpions) captures them at the peak of their game. Raucous live favourites are all present and correct, but it is the mellower tracks like the Blur inspired ‘Lemon Lees’ and serene ‘Killer Killer’ that stand out, displaying an unexpected panache. If everything was right with the world, the splendid homage to their adopted London Borough ‘Mile End’ would be the official song of the 2012 Olympics! If you’ve seen them live, you’ll want to buy this album. If you buy this album, you’ll want to see them live…


Most of the songs are great, some i don't like, but that's just my taste i guess! Buy this album for some seriously good tunes.


Formed: Tokyo, Japan

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s

Electric Eel Shock is a Japanese rock trio that powerfully combines classic rock, metal, and punk influences with a gritty garage rock delivery. Aki Morimoto (vocals/guitar) and Kazuto Maekawa (bass) were first brought together over a mutual obsession with Black Sabbath while in school in Osaka. They played together in a pop/rock band in Tokyo, but after the band broke up, Morimoto turned to fishing while Maekawa briefly joined the popular Japanese funk band the Apollos as a session bassist. It was...
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