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Date Released:September 24, 2001
- Dog Faced Boy
- That's Not Really Funny
- Fresh Feeling
- Woman Driving, Man Sleeping
- Souljacker, Pt. 1
- Friendly Ghost
- Teenage Witch
- Bus Stop Boxer
- Jungle Telegraph
- World Of Shit
- Souljacker, Pt. 2
- What Is This Note?
This is the album E did with John Parish and it's by far the best of his career. Just an outstanding album from stem to stern. A much more hard-rockin' album than the other eels records, and it is all the better for it. Lots of really cool, gritty production, built around excellent songwriting. A lot of deceptively complex melodies as well. There's a LOT going on with this record. This is one of those albums that shows why eels have such high-profile fans as Tom Waits. This one is essential. Basically everyone should own this. - Rev. Syung Myung Me
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