Before he garnered critical acclaim as lead visionary of the multi-angled rock monster Eels, Mark Oliver Everett wowed the music-buying public with the synth rock shapes of Bad Dude In Love (1985, Joe Mama Records). Little known, even amongst Eels fans, the record arguably stands toe-to-toe with his 1990s and 2000s catalogue.
Or it could just be a record that he made twenty five year ago that he thought everyone had forgotten. Sorry E!
|1||Everybody's Tryin' To Bum Me Out||451 listeners|
|2||Gotta Get Out Tonight||389 listeners|
|3||Too Busy Thinking About My Baby||350 listeners|
|4||History Baby||349 listeners|
|5||Bad Dude In Love||322 listeners|
|6||The Girl In My Neighborhood||317 listeners|
|8||I Just Wanna Be With You||311 listeners|
|9||Burning Love||302 listeners|
|10||Ain't Braggin'||279 listeners|