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Power Bands

Powerful India Rubber bands produce air, harmonics and strength.
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Only a device that can be fully appreciated in India, these thick rubber bands generate a force of air through aerodynamics, the sound of a selection of characteristic helicopter blade simulations through texture modification. Spinning them over your head in one hand or both generates arm and upper body strength, air and a powerful feeling.
rcarty, Dec 10 2014

http://www.stevespa...eriments/sound-hose [calum, Dec 11 2014]

Titles in search of ideas http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Power_pop
[normzone, Dec 11 2014]

Hair bands http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Glam_metal
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       A version of the singing sound hose?
calum, Dec 11 2014
  

       <Europe> "The Fiiinal Countdown!!!!!" </Europe>
hippo, Dec 11 2014
  

       So you want to talk about the cultural psychological warfare of popular music?   

       Maybe make a power band that plays enough of a song to spread the message?
rcarty, Dec 11 2014
  

       I think they have these in Guam.
MaxwellBuchanan, Dec 11 2014
  


 

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