Download links and information about Electro-Shock Blues by Eels. This album was released in 1988 and it belongs to Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 48:08 minutes.
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|1.||Elizabeth on the Bathroom Floor||2:08|
|2.||Going to Your Funeral, Pt. 1||2:37|
|3.||Cancer for the Cure||4:46|
|4.||My Descent Into Madness||3:54|
|9.||Going to Your Funeral, Pt. 2||1:30|
|10.||Last Stop: This Town||3:27|
|12.||Climbing to the Moon||3:38|
|14.||Dead of Winter||2:59|
|15.||The Medication Is Wearing Off||3:51|
|16.||P.S. You Rock My World||3:08|
The Eels' second release, Electro-Shock Blues, is a much darker album than their underrated debut, 1996's Beautiful Freak, but just as rewarding. Singer/guitarist/songwriter E experienced many upheavals in his personal life between albums (the passing of several family members and close friends), and decided to work his way through life's tribulations via his music. The result is a spectacular epic work, easily on par with such classic albums cut from the same cloth — Neil Young's Tonight's the Night, Lou Reed's Magic and Loss. For some of the most introspective and haunting tunes of recent times, look no further than the title track, "Last Stop: This Town," and "Elizabeth on the Bathroom Floor." And although the lyrics deal almost entirely with mortality, the music for "Hospital Food," "Cancer for the Cure," and "Going to Your Funeral, Pt. 1" is comparable to Beck's funky noise, while "Efils' God," "The Medication Is Wearing Off," and "My Descent Into Madness" are all ethereal, soothing compositions. One of the finest and fully realized records of 1998, a must-hear.