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End Times Import

3.5 out of 5 stars 10 customer reviews

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Product details

  • Audio CD
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Import
  • Label: Import
  • ASIN: B003174RBC
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (10 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 455,683 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)
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Format: Audio CD Verified Purchase
When I first heard the Eels, I thought, this guy is something else. The lyrics, playful at times and at others they're unbelievably poignant and emotional. The sound of his voice, changing between a harsh growl to a soft sweet tone. The music so beautifully crafted. This album is no exception.

The whole album blew me away. It has so many good songs. I have played it quite a number of times and I still have not become tired of it.
From `The Beginning' to `On my feet' with songs like `Nowadays' with its tremendous lyrics and soft build up. `Unhinged' with its great guitar strumming/riff. And `mansions of los feliz' with it's a catchy tone. I find it hard to fault this album.

The jewel of the album has to be the sombre song `A line in the dirt'. It has lyrics which stir emotions. It builds so gently that you barley notice it. The pianos piercing sound. The guitar and the banjo crossing each other's path. The drums adding oomph. The brass comes in to complete what has to be one of his best songs to date.

It's a melancholy feeling album, but I don't really see what's wrong with that. Some of his best lyrics come from self-pity.

In all its just bloody beautiful. I'm really glad he made it.
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By robotfish TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 22 Oct. 2010
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Gosh this man is prolific. Sandwiched in between El Hombre Lobo and Tomorrow Morning came this, the "Depressing" album. I actually rather like it, there are some top notch Eels songs on here: Gone Man, End Times, Paradise Blues, Unhinged...what's not to like, Eels fans?
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Format: Audio CD
I recently went back to this album after tiring of the most recent Eels release, Tomorrow Morning, which started to feel a bit superficial. I'd initially dismissed End Times as a bit too 'samey' and downbeat but after repeated listening it starts to really grow, a definite slow burner. This is an album you need to be in the mood for, a winter evening or Sunday afternoon listen. A lot of the tracks have the acoustic Daisys/Electro-shock type feel to them, like stand-outs Little Bird, In My Younger Days and Mansions of Los Feliz, but there are a couple of livelier ones thrown in which are equally as good. Though this is the 'heartbreak' album of the trilogy, there is still humour to be found amongst the melancholy. Like with one of my other favourite artists, Sparklehorse, though the subject matter is often dark, it never feels depressing.
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Even if critics may be hard on this one, for Eels fans End Times is another refreshing take on the 'breakup album' concept.
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I got 2 coppies off the vinyl..and they are both bad pressig..with noise on the whole record.
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