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  • Audio CD (June 2, 2009)
  • Original Release Date: 2009
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Vagrant Records
  • ASIN: B0025X4P56
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (26 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #115,741 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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2009 release, the seventh studio album from the ever-changing project led by singer/songwriter and multi-instrumentalist Mark Oliver Everett (aka E). Hombre Lobo was recorded entirely at E's studio in Los Angeles with Koool G Murder (bass, keyboards and guitar) and Knuckles (drums and percussion). Features the first single 'Fresh Blood'.

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Each project he records is something unique and interesting.
P. Opus
Longtime Eels fans will love it, and first-time listeners should find something to like in it, too.
Jonny K
All the fast songs also sound pretty much identical which is never good.
Chent Alay

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27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By P. Opus on June 3, 2009
Format: Audio CD
E is back, sporting a ZZ Top beard and a new wolf-man persona. It's been 5 long years since his last proper album, a somber and inward-focused double-CD set entitled "Blinking Lights and Other Revelations." As is typical for Mr. E, quieter albums tend to be followed by noisier ones. However, no matter what ideas E is trying on for size, everything he records is stamped with his unique and compelling persona. This one is no exception.

Sometimes wearing a mask allows us the freedom to show a side of ourselves that we might otherwise be afraid to reveal. Here, E has assumed a persona of sorts, which differs from anything his audience has seen to date. He's a lusty, swaggering wolfman, carrying a cane and prowling the night. This assumed role seems to allow him to project a confidence unheard in much of his material, displayed most clearly on the opening track "Prizefighter" and the single "Fresh Blood." But what makes this album most compelling is when E drops the guise and reveals his true insecurities, as on "The Look You Give That Guy." That dichotomy makes this wolfman seem all the more human, for beneath the fuzz and fangs still lies a fundamentally reflective and at times insecure person.

The conceptual aspect of this disc is fun and meaningful, but never threatens to overwhelm the content. Song-for-song, this is one of E's best collections. Almost every one of these tracks could stand on its own as a single. The stripped-down sound that E has featured on some of his rawer albums (Souljacker, for example) is in full effect and really works in E's favor. Overall the man sounds energized, mature and confident, always with something interesting and often poignant to say.

E remains the consummate cult artist, and in many ways it's not surprising.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Brandon J. Smith VINE VOICE on June 3, 2009
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Eels is a great band, and it has been since before it even WAS a band (I'm referring, of course, to E's two solo albums before forming the group). E has always balanced his edgy side with a gentler, softer aspect, composing songs like small trinkets or snapshots. My favorites are "Electro-Shock Blues," a masterpiece of mourning, and "Souljacker," in which E indulged his more grotesque inclinations. Hombre Lobo merges the best of both worlds.

One of the great things about Eels is that even when rocking out with heavily distorted guitars, as in "Lilac Breeze," they never lose their sense of melody. There's a real love of songcraft here, not to mention a mastery of the recording studio. Studio trickery never overwhelms the songs - and the songs are never lacking for the right accompaniment (notice the explosive chorus of "Tremendous Dynamite.")

It's too soon to tell (and doesn't really matter) how this will rank amongst Eels's other cds, but one thing's for sure: this is the perfect Eels album for 2009, and a great addition to an already stunning catalog.
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14 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Chent Alay on June 5, 2009
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Just wanna start by saying I love Eels. They were one of the first bands I fell in love with once I really started getting into music and since then have salivated at every new album. Every CD they've put out has been either a masterpiece or a near-masterpiece so the bar for "Hombre Lobo" has been set pretty high, but unfortunately I just don't feel they hit it this time.

The 12 songs are a mix of upbeat and mellow, more upbeat than previous albums which is where I think things go wrong. E lately hasn't been that great at rocking out (early Eels albums have awesome go-crazy songs but recent attempts IMHO have felt sort of strained and contrived) I dig his voice but the gruff hoarseness just doesn't make for loud singing or screaming. It's much better on the tender, quieter stuff. All the fast songs also sound pretty much identical which is never good. "Lilac Breeze" "Tremendous Dynamite" and "What's A Fella Gotta Do" honestly just made me wince.

"Hombre Lobo" is saved by the slower, what I feel are the more archetype Eels-songs. "That Look You Give That Guy" and "In My Dreams" are nice breezy numbers that are perfect for bummin around on a lazy afternoon. However everything is overshadowed by the tragic "My Timing Is Off" which I think is the best track on here and can be likened to last album's "Railroad Man". (which not surprisingly is my fav song on "Blinking Lights")

Overall it's a good album, it's just more of the same. E is a great lyricist but how many songs can he possibly write about being an outsider looking for love? Musically it's good, but isn't very creative and creativity is what we expect from Eels given how original they've proven themselves to be. I feel like I could've come up with most of these songs myself.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Meecrofilm on November 4, 2009
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E, or Mark Oliver Everett for those unfamiliar with the band, has delivered yet another fine album that manages to set itself apart from his already vast body of work. I'd go as far to say that, if you've never heard the EELS before, you should start with Hombre Lobo, as it is definitely the most accessible of E's work (Shootenanny gets a nod here in this regard as well). This is more or less E's first 'concept album' (although Electro-Shock blues comes close), which definitely contributes to the accessibility of it, as thoe familiar with E know that he can churn out some pretty weird stuff. Plus, after the release of 'Blinking Lights and Other Revelations,' an epic 2-disc set representing the culmination of almost 7 years work, I'd say a shorter, more focused album was the right call to make, wouldn't you?

Hombre Lobo is everything you'd want from an EELS album. That Look You Give That Guy, carried by E's impeccable delivery, has instantly become one of E's most memorable tunes (a true feat). Beginner's Luck is a great, catchy rocker. My Timing Is Off is a classic EELS groove, and Fresh Blood, with its menacing groove and lyrics accurately capturing the mood of a despeate man on the prowl, will immediately grab your attention and stay in your head for a long time. You will not be disappointed by Hombre Lobo. Any EELS fan will love it, and it's also a great starting point for beginners.
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