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Eels - Tomorrow Morning CD £4.99 delivered @ HMV

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[mod] 6y, 2w agoFound 6 years, 2 weeks ago
Great new album from Eels, elsewhere:-
DVD Source £6.99
Amazon UK £8.93 £8.95
Tesco £10.47

'Tomorrow Morning' is the ninth studio release from American rock band Eels. The album is the final part of a concept trilogy, including 'Hombre Lobo' (2009) and 'End Times' (2010), which flourishes here into a bright and reflective piece. Lead singer/songwriter Mark Everett conflicts the optimistic concept by using the cold sound of electronic melodies and an array of loops and drum machines. Still, Everett produces a positive and uplifting album that finishes the trilogy on an uncharacteristic high.
1. In Gratitude For This Magnificent Day
2. I'm A Hummingbird
3. The Morning
4. Baby Loves Me
5. Spectacular Girl
6. What I Have To Offer
7. This Is Where It Gets Good
8. After The Earthquake
9. Oh So Lovely
10. The Man
11. Looking Up
12. That's Not Her Way
13. I Like The Way This Is Going
14. Mystery Of Life

*Just a footnote - Zavvi have the 2CD edition for £7.95 which has an extra 4 tracks if you fancy pushing the boat out
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[mod] 6y, 2w agoFound 6 years, 2 weeks ago

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Is the album anygood? I've sold the last couple of Eels albums I've bought as they weren't up to scratch.
Very good. It is much better than End Times, and actually pretty chirpy (for Eels).

I'd pay the extra and get the 2CD one, as the extra four track EP is good, and the packaging is much better. Good price for the standard though.
Just had a quick listen on Spotify , and it's pretty good. Certainly better than the 3.6/10 than Pitchfork gave it in their review (and the reason why I had completely dismissed it).


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