|#||Release title||Total tracks||Type of release is||Imprint date||Label|
|1||People People||15||Audio||2001-12-20||Records Of The Damned|
|2||Kung-Fu Master||12||Audio||2001-04-11||Fille Unique Records|
|3||Love The World Remixes||8||Audio||2012-01-30||Not On Label (Eel Self-released)|
|4||Out Tracks & Remix For You||6||Audio||2011-01-06||Milch Record|
|5||EeL Mix (2011 Special Edition)||12||Audio||2011-08-19||Not On Label (Eel Self-released)|
EeL is a female artist from Japan. She creates electric punk music composed with a cute, funky, pop sound.
In 1999, her first work was released, which is a blend French pop and Bossa nova style. From January 2000, her style evolved to incorporate a combination of "high-speed programmed
beats" and "whispering vocal" electropop sounds.
This was followed by the release of her three works,[Kung-Fu Master](Apr, 2001),[EeL EarlyWorks](Sep, 2001) and [People People](Dec, 2001).
In April 2002, "Milch of Source"(ROMZ record) joined as track maker for the release of her 4th album,[Little Prince], which is a blend of reconstructed Electric & Pop sounds, utilizing a variety of genres like old scool, break-core, funk and reggae.
In December 2010, the compilation album,[Kung-Fu People Etcetera], was released. The title includes the best selections of past works from [Kung-Fu Master],[People People], remixes of old songs, as well as brand new songs.
In January 2011,[For Common People] was released. This was the first original full album that she had released in five years.
Plastic girl/capsule (EeL:Guest Vocal)
keep making fun of me (music by Hidenobu Ito,lyric by EeL)