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If you like eels' softer acoustic stuff, you'll like this album...if you like their more fuzzy rock sounding stuff, well that's on here too.
When it comes to Everett, I can't help but think it's his ability to write from a very genuine place -- to strum the strings of our common humanity in an original way.
Carried mainly by Everett's plaintive raspy tenor, "End Times" is often Dylan-esque where the words are less than transparent but the emotions are naked as ever.
Great music as always! E has some talent and it sounds like the self pitty is lifting more on each new album that comes out.Published on August 22, 2012 by Gully
Mark Oliver Everett is a man who writes through his pain. Be it the early Eels' masterpiece "Electro-Shock Blues" or this "End Times," he delivers agonizing self-reflections like... Read morePublished on August 12, 2011 by Tim Brough
Heard a song from this album and was hooked I had to have it. Very diverse types of music - way off of mainstream and this band really does a great job by expressing their thought... Read morePublished on February 25, 2011 by Engineer
Eels were 90s alt-rock's greatest one-hit wonder (you never heard "Novocaine for the Soul"?) And they released an album last year, which was a good indie album. Read morePublished on March 25, 2010 by Mark Wiatrowski
The Eels tap into a vein of emotion and let you feel what they feel. This album is deeply personal and something most of us (but not all) can relate to. Read morePublished on February 2, 2010 by C. Barberis
C'mon EELS. You can do better.
There may be 14 tracks on "End Times" but about every other song sounds exactly the same. Read more
The bad news is, on their past few albums, Eels has more or less repeated themselves, recording albums that are very similar to the songs they've been playing since Beautiful... Read morePublished on January 25, 2010 by Brandon J. Smith