4 of 28 people found the following review helpful
Mark E once made great albums with tracks that even picked up radio airplay and charted. While their latter albus may have been less radio friendly they continued to contain varied & often exciting tracks. Mark E has always been into naval gazing, which isn't surprising given his tragic family history. Here he continues to analyse himself without much variation in the musical accompaniement and the end result is the first thoroughly boring Eels album. I have yet to hear the bonus CD but certainly hope it is better than the main album.