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Eels

Shoreline Amphitheatre (Mountain View, CA)

Oct 18, 1998

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  1. 1 Novocaine For The Soul 04:04
  2. 2 3 Speed 02:36
  3. 3 Climbing To The Moon 03:49
  4. 4 Last Stop: This Town 02:49
  5. 5 Banter 00:34
  6. 6 Hospital Food 03:12
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E (Mark Everett) - vocals, guitar, bongos
Adam Siegel- guitar, bass, vocals
Butch Norton - percussion, drums, vocals

Captured live on the second day of the 1998 Bridge School Benefit, enjoy Eels unveiling new material, two days prior to their acclaimed second album Electro-Shock Blues release. The set opener, "Novocaine For The Soul" the song most responsible for gaining them initial exposure, is the sole exception of older material. Here E and Adam perform it as a duo.

Following this, Butch joins in for the remainder of the set, which ventures into the forthcoming Electro-Shock Blues album material, beginning with more delicate pieces like "3 Speed" and "Climbing To The Moon," before tackling death and mortality in "Last Stop: This Town" and "Hospital Food."

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E (Mark Everett) - vocals, guitar, bongos
Adam Siegel- guitar, bass, vocals
Butch Norton - percussion, drums, vocals

Captured live on the second day of the 1998 Bridge School Benefit, enjoy Eels unveiling new material, two days prior to their acclaimed second album Electro-Shock Blues release. The set opener, "Novocaine For The Soul" the song most responsible for gaining them initial exposure, is the sole exception of older material. Here E and Adam perform it as a duo.

Following this, Butch joins in for the remainder of the set, which ventures into the forthcoming Electro-Shock Blues album material, beginning with more delicate pieces like "3 Speed" and "Climbing To The Moon," before tackling death and mortality in "Last Stop: This Town" and "Hospital Food."