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Eels

Eels Official Site
Videos, lyrics, pictures, news, tour dates, message board, wallpaper, discography, and 'Butch's Thoughts.'
BassMasta: Eels
Collection of bass tablatures.
Danna's Eels Site
Pictures and lyrics.
Eels
Small fan site with a few pictures and MIDI files.
Eels FAQ Addendum
News and a supplement to the FAQs list on 3Speed.
Eels Tabs
Guitar tablatures for album and non-album tracks.
Eels the Discography
Illustrated guide to the band's albums and singles.
Fuzzie's Electro-Shock Blues Page
Fan site with news, articles, lyrics, tablatures, tour dates and pictures.
The Galaxy
Homepage of the Spunky2 mailing list includes news and member information.
RollingStone.com: Eels
Biography, photo gallery, news, discography, album reviews, audio and video.
3 Speed
Includes news, tablatures, lyrics, and sound files. [No longer updated.]
BBC News: My Music - Eels
E takes BBC News Online through his musical heaven and hell.
Salon.com Politics: A campaign's dog days
Excerpt from an article on the GOP's criticism of the distribution of 'Daisies of the Galaxy' at a Democratic Party event. (September 20, 2000)
In Music We Trust: Electro-Shock Blues Show
Alex Steininger's review: 'A seventy-three minute set of The Eels at their best.'
Jack Feeny Reviews: Eels
Detailed reviews of the Eels' albums.
Pop Matters: The Eels
David Medsker's review of a March 2002 concert in Chicago. (April 17, 2002)
Pop Matters: Daisies of the Galaxy
Fred Kovey's review: 'A fine pop record in an era that seems uninterested in pop unless it's marketed with dance steps and a quickie bio.' Rated 8.0.
The Onion A.V. Club
Nathan Rabin's review: 'Nothing here is quite as transcendent as its excellent first single, 'Last Stop: This Town,' and there are more than a few instances in which E seems to be losing the plot. But all in all, it's a remarkable achievement.'
Poetry Hi-Fi: The Eels' Electro-Shock Blues - The Phone Call in the Middle of the Night
Dale Simms' review: 'Less hook-laden than 'Beautiful Freak,' less syrupy than the string arrangements on E's solo stuff, 'Electro-Shock Blues' is neither bluesy (no improvisation/no emotion) nor shocking (no affect). But like the mousy girl with no makeup
Nude as the News: Oh What a Beautiful Morning
Brad Caffeine's review: 'Even after almost an hour, it still leaves the listener wanting more.' 8.5 out of 10.
NME: Oh What a Beautiful Morning
Victoria Segal's review: 'It's a sparse format that highlights the ugly world in which Eels exist, dug into the grim defensive irony of the permanently disappointed.' Rating of 7. (January 26, 2001)
Leonard's Lair: Souljacker
Jonathan Leonard's review: 'Hard to imagine many other bands who blend together melodies, subversion and genuine emotion and still end up smelling of roses.'
Flak Magazine: Souljacker
Wayne Lewis' review: 'Between the grooves of Souljacker it's hard to hear the masterpiece that the breathless overseas press has heralded, but E and his crew have put together another solid outing that touches on broader sonic and emotional vistas yet lef
Cornell Daily Sun: More Hair, More Fun
Ed Howard's review: 'As a complete listening experience, this is the most varied Eels album yet...' (April 4, 2002)
In Music We Trust: Eels - Souljacker
Alex Steininger's review, grade of A: 'This is quality music that could save pop.' (February, 2002)
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