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By DANIEL BROCKMAN  |  September 8, 2008

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INTERFAX HARMONIC PERCOLATOR | Steve Albini of Shellac on “Mama Gina” | Albini’s shrill, trebly bird squawk of a guitar tone is memorable without effects, but when run through the sine-wave insanity of this rare piece of transistor history, it becomes a synapse-frying jolt.

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