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Souljacker

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Download links and information about Souljacker by Eels. This album was released in 2002 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 54:55 minutes.

Artist: Eels
Release date: 2002
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 16
Duration: 54:55
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Dog Faced Boy 3:17
2. That's Not Really Funny 3:18
3. Fresh Feeling 3:37
4. Woman Driving, Man Sleeping 3:29
5. Souljacker, Pt. 1 3:14
6. Friendly Ghost 3:21
7. Teenage Witch 4:43
8. Buss Stop Boxer 3:42
9. Jungle Telegraph 3:38
10. World of S**t 3:28
11. Souljacker, Pt. 2 1:57
12. What Is This Note? 2:27
13. I Write the B-Sides (Non-LP Version) 3:56
14. Hidden Track (Non-LP Version) 4:25
15. Jehovah's Witness (Non-LP Version) 3:39
16. Rotten World Blues (EP Version) 2:44

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Where Eels' first three albums had largely been the product of singer/songwriter E, this expansive 2001 release found the ambitious musician entering into a more comprehensive songwriting/production collaboration with UK producer John Parish, known for his similar work with P.J. Harvey. The results are a more upbeat and eclectic batch of songs variously informed by Burundi/Bo Diddly shuffles ("Jungle Telegraph"), the boogie-rock fusion of "Souljacker Pt.1", and elegiac trip-hop of "Fresh Feeling." Even acoustic-centered performances such as "Woman Driving, Man Sleeping" and especially the infectious "Friendly Ghost" find E and company in a distinctly sunny mood.