Albums produced by Mark Oliver Everett

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  1. Beautiful Freak

    Beautiful Freak (1999)

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    Beautiful Freak is a 1996 album by musician Mark Oliver Everett, his first using a full band and the name Eels (in an attempt to get the records in the same general location in the stores as his previous works under the name "E"). It was the first album released worldwide by DreamWorks Records (whose distributor, Universal Music Group, later became parent of Everett's previous label Polydor Records, which later began distributing DreamWorks releases internationally as well), and contains a mix of lo-fi, rock and pop songs including the singles "Novocaine for the Soul" and "Susan's House". Mark had suggested to have a little girl with big eyes on the cover. The girl that came in to have her picture taken, incidentally looked “like a miniature Susan”, the subject of the song Susan's House and a girlfriend of a few years before. "My Beloved Monster" was later used in the soundtrack of Shrek, and "Beautiful Freak" was used in the soundtrack of Hellboy 2: The Golden Army and Monsters, Inc.


  2. A Man Called E

    A Man Called E

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    A Man Called E is Mark Oliver Everett's 1992 major-label debut album, and the first on which he used the pseudonym "E". (As Mark Everett, he had previously self-released the limited edition LP Bad Dude in Love in 1985.)


  3. Wonderful, Glorious

    Wonderful, Glorious (2013)

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    Wonderful, Glorious is the tenth studio album by U.S. indie rock band Eels, released on February 4, 2013 on Vagrant Records. The album was produced by band leader Mark Oliver Everett. A worldwide tour has also been planned to accompany the album release.


  4. Shootenanny

    Shootenanny (2003)

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    Shootenanny! ˈʃtənæni is a 2003 studio album by Eels. The name comes from a neologism coined by Eels front-man Mark Oliver Everett, for "a social gathering at which participants engage in folk singing and sometimes dancing [a hootenanny], but mostly the shooting of guns."


  5. Electro-Shock Blues

    Electro-Shock Blues (1999)

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    Electro-Shock Blues is the second studio album by American band Eels. It was released in the United Kingdom on September 21, 1998, and October 20, 1998, in the United States, through record label DreamWorks.


  6. Daisies of the Galaxy

    Daisies of the Galaxy (2000)

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    Daisies of the Galaxy is the third studio album by American band Eels. It was released on February 28, 2000 in the United Kingdom and March 14, 2000 in the United States, through record label DreamWorks.


  7. Souljacker

    Souljacker (2007)

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    Souljacker is a studio album from Eels released on September 19, 2001 in Japan, September 24, 2001 in the United Kingdom, September 2001 in Canada, and March 12, 2002 in the United States. The American release was delayed due to the lack of "radio-friendly singles" record companies wanted.


  8. Blinking Lights and Other Revelations

    Blinking Lights and Other Revelations (2005)

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    Blinking Lights and Other Revelations is the sixth studio album by American band Eels. It was recorded over the space of 1998 to 2004 and released on April 26, 2005 through record label Vagrant, his first album on a new label following Eels' departure from DreamWorks Records.


  9. Broken Toy Shop

    Broken Toy Shop

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    Broken Toy Shop (1993) is singer/songwriter E's second album, and his last as a solo artist before forming the band Eels. According to Everett's official website, this album's cover is his least favorite of any of his releases. The album is currently out of print.


  10. End Times

    End Times (2010)

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    End Times is the eighth studio album by American rock band Eels released on January 19, 2010. The album was self-produced by E and focuses on themes of divorce and aging. The cover was designed by Adrian Tomine. The album was also released in a deluxe edition with a bonus EP.


  11. Hombre Lobo

    Hombre Lobo (2009)

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    Hombre Lobo: 12 Songs of Desire is the seventh studio album by American rock band Eels, released on June 2, 2009. Hombre Lobo is Spanish for "werewolf." On March 31, 2009, the band made the track "Fresh Blood" available on Spinner.com, explaining that the song would be the lead single for the album. A documentary entitled Tremendous Dynamite was filmed to document the recording of the album. The cover art is a tribute to the famous Cuban cigar brand Cohiba.


  12. Tomorrow Morning

    Tomorrow Morning (2010)

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    Tomorrow Morning is a 2010 studio album by Eels—the third in a trilogy of concept albums including Hombre Lobo (2009) and End Times (2010). The band toured for the first time since their 2008 An Evening with Eels tour to support this release.


  13. The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett

    The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett (2014)

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    The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett is the eleventh studio album by U.S. indie rock band Eels, released on April 21, 2014 on Vagrant Records. The album was produced by band leader Mark Oliver Everett. A worldwide tour has also been planned to accompany the album release starting in May 2014.


  14. Eels with Strings: Live at Town Hall

    Eels with Strings: Live at Town Hall (2006)

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    Eels with Strings: Live at Town Hall is a live album by Eels, released on CD and DVD on February 20, 2006 in the United Kingdom and the following day in the United States. The recording is from New York City's Town Hall, June 30, 2005. It is the first live Eels album with a general release, and the first Eels DVD.


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