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Electro Shock Blues Show (Live)

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Download links and information about Electro Shock Blues Show (Live) by Eels. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative genres. It contains 15 tracks with total duration of 01:00:55 minutes.

Artist: Eels
Release date: 2002
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative
Tracks: 15
Duration: 01:00:55
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Cancer for the Cure 5:13
2. Fingertips Pt. III 1:22
3. Going to Your Funeral Pt. I 3:11
4. Efils' God 3:13
5. Souljacker Pt. I 4:30
6. My Beloved Monster 2:31
7. Novocaine for the Soul 4:22
8. Not Ready Yet 12:56
9. Last Stop: This Town 2:54
10. Everything's Gonna Be Cool This Christmas 2:58
11. Flower 3:26
12. Dead of Winter 3:20
13. Electro-Shock Blues 3:34
14. The Medication Is Wearing Off 4:13
15. Climbing to the Moon 3:12

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Eels is essentially the artistic conceit of E, stage moniker of Virginian Mark Oliver Everett, a musician who seemed to split his youth between low-grade delinquency and the enchantment of four-track demos. While Beautiful Freak, Eels' 1996 major-label bow, was a Beck-ish slice of burnished alt-pop that gave E an MTV, this 1998 sophomore effort took a turn down darker musical avenues, likely spurred by the death of Everett's mother and sister in the interim. It's a deeply challenging personal work haunted by such troubling meditations on mortality as "Elizabeth On the Bathroom Floor," "Going to Your Funeral Pt.1," "Last Stop: This Town" and the spare, ethereal title track. Angular sonic Beck-isms still pop up, but now in service of one of the '90s most accomplished volumes of musical introspection.