Actually, there's only one release I'm looking forward to hearing tomorrow, and that's Eels' album, "Tomorrow Morning." It's the third album in under 15 months from the band, following the June 2009 release of "Hombre Lobo," and this past January's release, "End Times." Leader, E. has yet to deliver a disappointing Eels record. It's safe to say that like all of its predecessors, this record will most likely be equally depressing and uplifting. There's a kind oddly hangdog brand of optimism in E's work. It makes him one of a kind.