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Eels' 4-Year Break Led To Songs About Falling Apart, Bouncing Back And Being A Dad

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Eels: A 'Wonderful, Glorious' Look At Life

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A Wolfman Sings His 'Songs Of Desire'

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Eels: Finding Danger With 'Hombre Lobo'

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Eels: Return Of The Wolfman

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Eels in-studio on World Cafe - 08/11/2005

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