Tracklist

10" Vinyl 1
# Title Rating Length
A1 Elizabeth on the Bathroom Floor
2:10
A2 Going to Your Funeral, Part I
2:37
A3 Cancer for the Cure
4 4:45
A4 My Descent Into Madness
3:54
B1 3 Speed
2.5 2:45
B2 Hospital Food
3:23
B3 Electro-Shock Blues
2:29
B4 Efils' God
3:19
10" Vinyl 2
# Title Rating Length
C1 Going to Your Funeral, Part II
1:30
C2 Last Stop: This Town
5 3:27
C3 Baby Genius
2:03
C4 Climbing to the Moon
3:38
D1 Ant Farm
2 2:11
D2 Dead of Winter
2:59
D3 The Medication Is Wearing Off
3:51
D4 P.S. You Rock My World
3:08

Credits

10" Vinyl 1

cello [backwards cello]:
Cynthia Merrill (track B4)
guitar:
Parthenon Huxley (track A2)
bass:
Jim Jacobsen (worked with Eels) (track A2)
keyboard:
Jim Jacobsen (worked with Eels) (track A2)
saxophone [saxophones]:
Bill Liston (track B2)
saxophone [saxophones] arranger:
Jim Lang (track B2)
composer:
Butch (drummer for Eels, real name: Jonathan Norton) (track B2)
Dan Nakamura (track A4)
Parthenon Huxley (track A2)
Jim Jacobsen (worked with Eels) (track A2)
Jim Lang (track B2)
Mickey P (tracks A3, B3)
Paul Huston (track A4)
Michael Simpson (member of The Dust Brothers) (tracks A4, B4)
E (Mark Oliver Everett, founder of Eels) (tracks A1–B4)
lyricist:
E (Mark Oliver Everett, founder of Eels) (tracks A1–B4)
miscellaneous support:
Jon Brion (tracks B4, B4)
mixer:
Jim Jacobsen (worked with Eels) (track A2)
Jim Lang (track B2)
Mickey P (tracks A3, B3)
Michael Simpson (member of The Dust Brothers) (tracks A4, B4)
E (Mark Oliver Everett, founder of Eels) (tracks A3–A4, B2, B4)
producer:
The Good, the Bad & the Ugly (produced a track for Eels) (track A4)
Jim Jacobsen (worked with Eels) (track A2)
Mickey P (tracks A3, B3)
Michael Simpson (member of The Dust Brothers) (track B4)
E (Mark Oliver Everett, founder of Eels) (tracks A1–B4)
recording engineer:
Jim Jacobsen (worked with Eels) (track A2)
Jim Lang (track B2)
Mickey P (tracks A3, B3)
Michael Simpson (member of The Dust Brothers) (tracks A4, B4)
E (Mark Oliver Everett, founder of Eels) (tracks A3–A4, B2, B4)
Jon Brion (track B4)
recording of:
3 Speed (track B1)
Cancer for the Cure (track A3)
Efils' God (track B4)
Electro-Shock Blues (track B3)
Hospital Food (track B2)

10" Vinyl 2

clarinet:
Jim Jacobsen (worked with Eels) (track C1)
violin:
Lisa Germano (track D1)
electric bass guitar [Danelectro-shock bass]:
T‐Bone Burnett (track C4)
chamberlin:
Jon Brion (track C4)
organ:
Jon Brion (track C4)
guitar:
Stuart Wylen (track D3)
banjo:
Grant Lee Phillips (American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist) (track C4)
double bass [upright & bowed bass]:
John Leftwich (Jazz bassist) (track D2)
double bass [upright bass]:
John Leftwich (Jazz bassist) (track D1)
electric guitar:
Grant Lee Phillips (American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist) (track C4)
Rhodes piano [½ Rhodes]:
Stuart Wylen (track D3)
bass flute:
Stuart Wylen (track D3)
alto flute:
Stuart Wylen (track D3)
background vocals [harmony]:
Grant Lee Phillips (American singer-songwriter and multi-instrumentalist) (track C4)
composer:
Jim Jacobsen (worked with Eels) (track C1)
Jim Lang (track C3)
Mickey P (track D3)
Michael Simpson (member of The Dust Brothers) (track C2)
E (Mark Oliver Everett, founder of Eels) (tracks C1–D4)
conductor:
Jim Jacobsen (worked with Eels) (track C1)
Jim Lang (track C3)
E (Mark Oliver Everett, founder of Eels) (track C3)
lyricist:
E (Mark Oliver Everett, founder of Eels) (tracks C1–D4)
mixer:
Jim Jacobsen (worked with Eels) (track C1)
Jim Lang (track C3)
Mickey P (track D3)
Michael Simpson (member of The Dust Brothers) (track C2)
E (Mark Oliver Everett, founder of Eels) (tracks C2–C3, D3)
Greg Collins (engineer) (track C4)
producer:
Jim Jacobsen (worked with Eels) (track C1)
Mickey P (track D3)
Michael Simpson (member of The Dust Brothers) (track C2)
E (Mark Oliver Everett, founder of Eels) (tracks C1–D4)
recording engineer:
Jim Jacobsen (worked with Eels) (track C1)
Jim Lang (track C3)
Mickey P (track D3)
Michael Simpson (member of The Dust Brothers) (track C2)
E (Mark Oliver Everett, founder of Eels) (tracks C2–C3, D3)
Greg Collins (engineer) (track C4)
is based on:
O Sanctissima (Sicilian Mariners Hymn) (track C3)
recording of:
Ant Farm (track D1)
Baby Genius (track C3)
Dead of Winter (track D2)