Electro-Shock Blues

Label
Polydor Associated Labels
Veröffentlicht am
18. Jun. 1999
Länge
16 Titel
Laufzeit
48:05

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    Titel     Dauer Hörer
1 Elizabeth on the Bathroom Floor 2:08 84.176
2 Going to Your Funeral Part I 2:37 36.809
3 Cancer for the Cure 4:46 90.154
4 My Descent Into Madness 3:54 69.031
5 3 Speed 2:43 98.103
6 Hospital Food 3:23 64.832
7 Electro-Shock Blues 2:29 72.576
8 Efils' God 3:19 30.892
9 Going to Your Funeral Part II 1:30 31.528
10 Last Stop: This Town 3:26 102.150
11 Baby Genius 2:03 59.386
12 Climbing To The Moon 3:38 72.292
13 Ant Farm 2:11 70.607
14 Dead of Winter 2:59 66.178
15 The Medication Is Wearing Off 3:51 63.744
16 P.S. You Rock My World 3:08 72.738

Über dieses Album

Electro-Shock Blues ist das zweite Studioalbum der Us-amerikanischen Rockband Eels, Erstveröffentlichung war der 21. September 1998 in in dem Vereinigten Königreich und am 20. Oktober in den Vereinigten Staaten, beide auf Dreamworks SKG.

Die vorrangigen Themen dieses Albums sind Suizid, Tod und Krebs, beeinflusst durch Everetts persönliche Erlebnisse zu dieser Zeit. Obwohl es ein sehr düsteres Album ist und lange nicht so erfolgreich war wie sein Vorgänger, bleibt Electro-Shock Blues trotzdem der Favorit vieler Fans. Zu dem Album beigetragen haben außerdem Jon Brion, Michael Simpson (von den Dust Brothers) und T-Bone Burnett. Last Stop: This Town war ein kleiner Erfolg als Single und die zweite Single Cancer For The Cure wurde für den Film American Beauty verwendet.

Titelliste

01. „Elizabeth on the Bathroom Floor“ – 2:08
02. „Going to Your Funeral Part I“ (E, Jim Jacobsen, and Parthenon Huxley) – 2:37
03. „Cancer for the Cure“ (E and Mickey Petralia) – 4:46
04. „My Descent Into Madness“ (E, Paul Houston, Dan Nakamura, and Michael Simpson) – 3:54
05. „3 Speed“ – 2:45
06. „Hospital Food“ (Butch, E, and Jim Lang) – 3:23
07. „Electro-Shock Blues“ (E and Petralia) – 2:29
08. „Efils’ God“ (E and Simpson) – 3:19
09. „Going to Your Funeral Part II“ (E and Jim Jacobsen) – 1:30
10. „Last Stop: This Town“ (E and Simpson) – 3:27

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  • kuillliuan

    yeah this is one of the best albums ever made.

    6. Feb., 23:24 Antworten
  • Wonaldo

    Play a game about the albums of Eels! http://www.purposegames.com/game/albums-eels-game

    14. Jan. 2013 Antworten
  • captainDread

    Good to see the love for the album in here. I'd probably also be dead if it wasn't for Eels and Electro-Shock Blues in particular.

    13. Sep. 2012 Antworten
  • driftlikeclouds

    One of the best albums ever made. Soon, it will be fifteen years old. Where is the album now? Where will it be in 20 years? Who talks about Electro-shock Blues? It's not talked about these days, but it wasn't really in 1998, either. Remember when E toured after recording ESB? Blank people with blank stares staring back at the band, unaware they were seeing the best episode of an artist take place before their very ears. The world tends to forget the beautiful things. This album is entangled in my identity, my life, more than anything else. If I didn't hear ESB as a depressed fifteen year old, I'd be dead. The songs are very much alive, in me... and some of you too. When my life is over, I can look back and say with awe, "I experienced Electro-shock Blues."

    11. Jun. 2012 Antworten
  • kgullholmen

    one of the best albums ever made. and I'm not even a particularly big Eels fan. But this album ... wow

    1. Apr. 2012 Antworten
  • mecbirdhouse

    See, I think Everett is a great example of an artist that knows how to write about really sad stuff in a very real way, and yet always leaves room for an underlying sense of romance and optimism (which more explicitly surfaces on tracks like Last Stop: This Town, P.S. You Rock my World, Beautiful Freak, etc. - even though they all still also deal with crushingly sad things)

    29. Feb. 2012 Antworten
  • goldengriffin90

    Amazing album, even though it's depressing as hell. P.S. You Rock My World is a perfect closer, though.

    14. Nov. 2011 Antworten
  • joerick

    I completely forgot how amazing this album is. I haven't listened to it for years, I had associated it with crushing sadness, and bypassed it. I'm going for another listen!

    3. Feb. 2011 Antworten
  • Teh_Zombie

    I used to write lyrics from this album on my shoes when I was a freshman in high school

    2. Feb. 2011 Antworten
  • xiempiethps

    Hands down their best album

    18. Jan. 2011 Antworten
  • adamzZz

    What a blissful, yet forgotten masterpiece.

    18. Dez. 2010 Antworten
  • Quasimoto

    Words cannot express how much I love this album. Shame E has been coasting for a couple of albums now.

    11. Nov. 2010 Antworten
  • Yellowfield

    Great, just great. E doesn't make them like this anymore

    30. Sep. 2010 Antworten
  • Max_stoned

    The tagssss ? Two of the best songs here have the least plays damnit. Best 'eels' album by some margin. And he did this when he was having a really bad time! Troubled minds produce the best art.

    6. Jun. 2010 Antworten
  • HuskerMe

    one of the most devastating albums ever recorded. perfect.

    11. Mär. 2010 Antworten
  • Standizzle

    Not an easy listen, but definately my fave Eels album...

    16. Feb. 2010 Antworten
  • titwhistler

    So sad. So heartbreaking. So beautiful.

    22. Okt. 2009 Antworten
  • buckeye05

    one of the greatest albums of all time. i'll stand by that.

    20. Okt. 2009 Antworten
  • bsimpson1972

    Yes, yugman! You are absolutely right! This album does not leave a single stone unturned!

    27. Sep. 2009 Antworten
  • Lotte02

    First album I listened to, now I don't like the rest of Eels' music =( One of the best albums I've heard.

    18. Aug. 2009 Antworten
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