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Eels are an American rock band formed by singer/songwriter Mark Oliver Everett, better known as Mr. E or simply E. He is the frontman of the band, calling Eels a vessel for his music. Other members rotate frequently, both in the studio and on stage. Their live shows include interesting interpretations of older songs and usually some well-known covers.

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In 1992, Mr. E released his first solo album (under the name E) titled A Man Called E on Polydor. The single "Hello Cruel World" was a minor success. Touring to support this album, he opened for Tori Amos. A Man Called E was followed by Broken Toy Shop in 1993. This year he was also joined on stage by drummer Jonathan 'Butch' Norton. When Butch and E met Tommy Walter, they founded the Eels. The main reason for this name was so that the band's records would be next to E's in an alphabetical ordering. It was only later that they realised that The Eagles would fall in between.

In 1996 the band released their debut album Beautiful Freak: a melancholic pop record, where the lyrics of a tormented Everett shine. With the singles "Novocaine for the Soul" and "Susan's House" the Eels had modest international success.

In 2000, the Daisies of the Galaxy album was released, a much happier work than its predecessor album Electro-Shock Blues. The album was almost entirely recorded in E's basement. E was joined in the studio by Michael Simpson (Dust Brothers), Grant Lee Phillips (Grant Lee Buffalo) and Peter Buck (REM). The band toured for this album and E also played a few solo shows, opening for Fiona Apple.

2003 marked the release of the album Shootenanny!. E now refers to the album as a break from recording the following Blinking Lights and Other Revelations album. It was recorded live in the studio in only ten days. "Saturday Morning" was released as a single. The Eels' latest album, called Blinking Lights and Other Revelations, was released on April 26, 2005.