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Electro-Shock Blues

By: Eels

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Eels Artist Snapshot:

Singer/songwriter Mark Oliver Everett started out under the moniker A Man Called E, releasing two albums of dark, melodic pop in the early 1990s. After forming Eels and signing to a new label, Everett's work became even darker, and the production became more textural and sophisticated. Aside from a quirky, experimental 2003 effort under the name MC Honky, Everett has continued to refine his emotionally uncompromising, skillfully crafted vision with Eels, often to great critical acclaim if not stunning sales.

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1   Elizabeth on the Bathroom Floor Buy Buy  
2   Going To Your Funeral Part I Buy Buy  
3   Cancer For The Cure Buy Buy  
4   My Descent Into Madness Buy Buy  
5   3 Speed [Explicit] Buy Buy  
6   Hospital Food Buy Buy  
7   Electro-Shock Blues Buy Buy  
8   Efils' God Buy Buy  
9   Going to Your Funeral Part II Buy Buy  
10   Last Stop: This Town Buy Buy  
11   Baby Genius Buy Buy  
12   Climbing To The Moon [Explicit] Buy Buy  
13   Ant Farm Buy Buy  
14   Dead Of Winter Buy Buy  
15   The Medication Is Wearing Off Buy Buy  
16   P.S. You Rock My World Buy Buy  

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The sound of Eels' Electro-Shock Blues, the follow-up to the band's intriguing Beautiful Freak, reflects a year in which leader Mark "E" Everett suffered the loss of his sister to suicide as well as the illness of his mother and other tragedies. The music's hushed, sometimes dark sound and Everett's earnest vocals are often more convincing than his diary-entry lyrics, despite the power and daring inherent in describing illness in alt-pop settings that recall everything from hip-hop to Tom Waits. --Rickey Wright

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