And you can win a signed copy on NME.COM...

EELS have released a limited edition CD called ‘OH WHAT A BEAUTIFUL MORNING’ featuring 17 previously unreleased live tracks as an early Christmas present to their fans and to celebrate the launch of the band’s new website, [url=]www.eelstheband.com.

The CD, which is only available on the internet through the band’s website or online store[url=]www.eelsdirect.com, comprises of tracks from the Eels Orchestra world tour of this year, as well as additional tracks from E’s solo US tour with Fiona Apple.

The finished album has deliberately not been mixed or overdubbed so that the tracks sound exactly the same as when they were played. A spokesperson told NME.COM that the first run would be limited to 1,000 copies only, but they were in negotiations to get another run of 1,000 pressed.


She explained: “It was just something that E (Eels’ lead singer) wanted to do. The band had these great live recordings and he wanted to get them out there. It’s just like a big thank you to their fans.”

The full track listing is:

‘Feeling Good’


‘Last Stop:This Town’

‘Beautiful Freak’


‘Rags To Rags’

‘Your Lucky Day In Hell’

‘My Descent Into Madness’

‘Novocaine For The Soul’


‘Oh What A Beautiful Morning’

‘Abortion In The Sky’

‘It’s A Motherfucker’


‘Ant Farm’

‘Climbing To The Moon’

‘Grace Kelly Blues’

‘Daisies Of The Galaxy’


‘Vice President Fruitley’

‘Hot And Cold’

‘Mr E’s Beautiful Blues’

‘Not Ready Yet’

‘Susan’s House’

‘Something Is Sacred’

A spokesperson for the band’s label Dreamworks in the UK said there were no releases proper yet on the schedule for the band, who released their current album ‘Daisies Of The Galaxy’ earlier this year.

There will be ten signed copies of the album to be won on NME.COM from tomorrow – so make sure you come back to find out how you can get your hands on one of these ultra-rare goodies.


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