Hole - Celebrity Skin
Michael Schenker Group - MSG
Motorpsycho - Here Be Monsters
Gregory Porter - Nat King Cole & Me
UFO - Strangers In The Night
MARILLION - anoraknophobia
Eels - Hombre Lobo: 12 Songs Of Desire
Eels - End Times
MSG - One Night In Budokan
Eels - Tomorrow Morning
Frank Zappa - Shut Up 'N Play yer guitar
Duke Spirit - Bruiser
He tends to be a bit heavy on the god-fearing for my liking, but when you’re in the mood…
Extreme - Pornograffitti
Porcupine Tree - Lightbulb Sun
Eels - Wonderful, Glorious
Eels - The Cautionary Tales Of Mark Oliver Everett
This is the only Eels album I have. Guy in my local record shop says albums are a bit repetitive? See that you listen to them a lot. Any recommendations?
The guy isn’t exactly wrong but I like nearly everything what E does. I just listened all the studio albums from the first to the latest because I felt like it.
To you Lawrie I’d recommend now “Electro-Shock Blues” which is probably my favourite though it isn’t very easy listening. Quote from wiki: “The album deals with many difficult subjects including suicide, death, and cancer. The tragedy of Everett’s father’s death became prominent once more in the context of his mother’s pending death and his sister’s suicide…”
Next recommendation would be Souljacker which is more up-tempo, varied and rocking.
Third one could be either the predecessor for the one you have which is “Wonderful, Glorious” or quite many-sided “Blinking Lights and Other Revelations”.
With those you can get a pretty wide perspective to E’s world and you can expand it more if you feel like it.