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Bright Eyes: The Studio Albums 2000-2011 [Box] *

Track List

>Spindle, A Darkness, A Fever, and a Necklace, A
>Scale, a Mirror, and Those Indifferent Clocks, A
>Calendar Hung Itself..., The
>Something Vague
>Movement of a Hand, The
>When the Curious Girl Realizes She Is Under Glass
>Haligh, Haligh, A Lie, Haligh
>Center of the World, The
>Sunrise, Sunset
>Attempt to Tip the Scales, An
>Song to Pass the Time, A
>Big Picture, The
>Method Acting
>False Advertising
>You Will. You? Will. You? Will. You? Will.
>Lover I Don't Have to Love
>Bowl of Oranges
>Don't Know When But a Day Is Gonna Come
>Nothing Gets Crossed Out
>Make War
>Waste of Paint
>From a Balance Beam
>Laura Laurent
>Let's Not Shit Ourselves (To Love and to Be Loved)
>At the Bottom of Everything
>We Are Nowhere and It's Now
>Old Soul Song (For the New World Order)
>Train Under Water
>First Day of My Life
>Another Travelin' Song
>Land Locked Blues
>Poison Oak
>Road to Joy
>Time Code
>Gold Mine Gutted
>Arc of Time (Time Code)
>Down in a Rabbit Hole
>Take It Easy (Love Nothing)
>Hit the Switch
>I Believe in Symmetry
>Devil in the Details
>Ship in a Bottle
>Light Pollution
>Theme to Piñata
>Clairaudients (Kill or Be Killed)
>Four Winds
>If the Brakeman Turns My Way
>Hot Knives
>Make a Plan to Love Me
>Soul Singer in a Session Band
>Classic Cars
>Cleanse Song
>No One Would Riot for Less
>Coat Check Dream Song
>I Must Belong Somewhere
>Lime Tree
>Shell Games
>Jejune Stars
>Approximate Sunlight
>Haile Selassie
>Machine Spiritual, A (In the People's Key)
>Triple Spiral
>Beginner's Mind
>Ladder Song
>One for You, One for Me
>[CD-ROM Track]

Album Notes

Personnel: Conor Oberst (vocals, guitar, piano, keyboards); Mike Mogis (guitar, percussion, programming); Nathaniel Walcott (piano, organ, Mellotron, synthesizer).

Audio Remasterer: Bob Ludwig.

Recording information: ARC Studios, Omaha, NE; Capitol studios, Los Angeles, CA; Supernatural Sound, Portland, OR; The Boat, Los Angeles, CA.

Conor Oberst has filtered his angst through numerous different vehicles throughout the years, but it's been his work under the Bright Eyes moniker that has delivered the biggest charge. Founded in 1995 with guitarist/engineer Mike Mogis, the duo, who supplemented their ranks with a rotating cast of players, were the initial torch bearers for Oberst's then-fledgling Saddle Creek label. The Studio Albums 2000-2011 collects all of the group's most essential LPs, remastered by Yoda/Oz-like studio wizard Bob Ludwig, including 2000's Fevers and Mirrors, 2002's Lifted or The Story Is in the Soil, Keep Your Ear to the Ground, 2005's I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning, and Digital Ash in a Digital Urn, 2007's Cassadaga, and 2011's The People's Key -- the latter remains in its original Ludwig mastered state. The handsome, limited-edition box sets -- 5000 copies on vinyl and 1000 copies on CD -- will feature a copious amount of goodies, and each newly remastered album will be made available individually as well. ~ James Christopher Monger


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