Eels — The Deconstruction
Album: The Deconstruction
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7.2

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Released: 2018
Length: 4:09
Plays (last 30 days): 4
The deconstruction has begun
Time for me to fall apart
And if you think that it was rough
I tell you nothing changes
Till you start to break it down

And break apart
I'll break apart
I'll break apart
Right now it's going to start
I'll break apart

The reconstruction will begin
Only when there's nothing left
But little pieces on the floor
They're made of what I was
Before I had to break it down

And break apart
I'll break apart
I'll break apart
Right now it's going to start
I'll break apart
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I love this song and basically everything he does.
 idiot_wind wrote:
... repetition gets old real quick.   

 
Yes.  Perhaps it's time for you to get a new shtick.
 Sofa_King wrote:
EELS have been my favorite band for a couple of years now, ever since I watched the "Parallel worlds, Parallel Lives" documentary (which I wholeheartedly recommend).

I'd very much like to hear EELS songs on Radio Paradise more often!

 
I went thru a serious Eels phase myself a few years back (thanks to RP).  If you haven't already, check out E's book "Things the Grandchildren Should Know".  You'll enjoy.
I dig this band more and more all the time. Some odd combination or retro yet original and creative. 

Thumbs up, its cool.
Hate this song. Sounds like a sample used for hiphop.
EELS have been my favorite band for a couple of years now, ever since I watched the "Parallel worlds, Parallel Lives" documentary (which I wholeheartedly recommend).

I'd very much like to hear EELS songs on Radio Paradise more often!
 idiot_wind wrote:
What will he do?

I didn't get that, what will he do?

One more time, what is it?

Please repeat.

What?

Say it again. 

Hey Eeels... repetition gets old real quick. Unless it's a chant. Like John Coltrane in "A Love Supreme" , or a monk in a temple. You ain't either.. 
 

Almost all music is repetitive.
If only...
Eels are fantastic live. See them if you can.
Webfoot wrote:

idiot_wind wrote:

Say it again. 

Hey Eeels... repetition gets old real quick. Unless it's a chant. Like John Coltrane in "A Love Supreme" , or a monk in a temple. You ain't either..     
 
I'm sure they/he will take this under advisement for next time.


I suggest a Cc: of the memo to one Peter Gabriel. Puh-leeze!
 idiot_wind wrote:
What will he do?

I didn't get that, what will he do?

One more time, what is it?

Please repeat.

What?

Say it again. 

Hey Eeels... repetition gets old real quick. Unless it's a chant. Like John Coltrane in "A Love Supreme" , or a monk in a temple. You ain't either..      

  

 
I'm sure they/he will take this under advisement for next time.
OMG......ever had one of those songs that come along at just the right moment? And I don't even like this group! F*#@king A!!!!!

Zuzet wrote:
I like the sound of the bassoon in this song.
 
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What will he do?

I didn't get that, what will he do?

One more time, what is it?

Please repeat.

What?

Say it again. 

Hey Eeels... repetition gets old real quick. Unless it's a chant. Like John Coltrane in "A Love Supreme" , or a monk in a temple. You ain't either..      

  
I like the sound of the bassoon in this song.
 

 danfl75 wrote:
I'm surprised at how excited i am to hear new Eels! Really liking this, instant 9. I really have to buy some CDs, Do their lessor tracks hold up as well as the ones played on RP?

 
I like every track on his debut album (Beautiful Freak). The later albums are more hit or miss for me, but that said I didn't like every track on the debut album the first time I heard them, some of them took their sweet time to grow on me.
New Eels! Nice!
I'm surprised at how excited i am to hear new Eels! Really liking this, instant 9. I really have to buy some CDs, Do their lessor tracks hold up as well as the ones played on RP?
New Eels! I like this one OK. Nothing ground-breaking, just a decent groove and some crunchy, noisey guitar (a solid 7 on my interpretation of the RP scale). Can't wait to hear the rest of it, tho!
Nothing like some new EELS! Mr. E has generated a tremendous trove of complex, incredibly impassioned musical art. Thanks, RP!