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Japanese product producers Maywa Denki were featured in Hi-Fructose Vol. 3. "Maywa Denki demonstrate product like surgeons, operating sounds on their nonsense machines seemingly made out of a mixture of the carcasses of animals, people, old-time diving suits, scissors, and acoustic guitars..." People always want to know if their products really work and what they sound like, so here are two informative videos to knock on your mind.

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Japanese product producers Maywa Denki were featured in Hi-Fructose Vol. 3. “Maywa Denki demonstrate product like surgeons, operating sounds on their nonsense machines seemingly made out of a mixture of the carcasses of animals, people, old-time diving suits, scissors, and acoustic guitars…” People always want to know if their products really work and what they sound like, so here are two informative videos to knock on your mind.

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