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Conor Oberst

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Cape Cañaveral
4:04  
02
Sausalito
3:11  
03
Get-Well-Cards
3:34  
04
Lenders in the Temple
4:35  
05
Danny Callahan
3:59  
06
I Don't Want to Die (in the Hospital)
3:33  
07
Eagle on a Pole
4:43  
08
NYC - Gone, Gone
1:12  
09
Moab
3:37  
10
Valle Místico (Ruben's Song)
0:50  
11
Souled Out!!!
3:32  
12
Milk Thistle
5:21  
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Total Tracks: 12   Total Length: 42:11

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Andrew Mueller is a journalist, broadcaster and author. He has written three books: the music/travel anthology Rock & Hard Places, the gonzo history of the

04.22.11
Bright Eyes main man steps out from behind the pseudonym
2008 | Label: Wichita Recordings / PIAS Digital

The Bright Eyes frontman could scarcely be making it clearer that he is returning to basics. He's ditched the name under which he is best known, disassociated himself from long-serving producer Mike Mogis, holed up in a mountain villa in Mexico with a few compadres ¬ known collectively as the Mystic Valley Band ¬and produced a record upon which he has stamped his own name as a title. The unmistakable subtext of Conor Oberst is:… read more »

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Making Up with Conor Oberst

By Megan Seling, Contributor

In the interest of mental health, I had to break up with Bright Eyes years ago. There was a time when frontman Conor Oberst's songs about crippling depression were reassuring, as I careened through life trying to get a handle on my own brain's instability. But I eventually hit the point where continuing to listen to the band's heavy-hearted catalog was just enabling me to stay miserable. I 'd like to say I stuck with… more »