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According to a charter boat operator in South Australia, sharks really like AC/DC. This makes perfect sense.
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June 8, 2011 Sharks in Australia have shown an appreciation for AC/DC. Here are five more songs they might like.
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February 4, 2011 Wino's simple rhyming couplets represent the downcast, the drunken and the defeated with the kind of stark clarity that made Geezer Butler's horror-laden words for early Black Sabbath albums so effective. The doom-metal legend steps out with his first acoustic album on Adrift.
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