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Artist: Bright Eyes
Label: Saddle Creek
Genre: Indie Rock
Release: Jan 2005   My Rating: 0
Duration: 99:46
Summary: Having established himself as a folk singer-songwriter of considerable weight with 2002's--take a deep breath--"Lifted, or the Story is in the Soil, Keep Your Ear to the Ground", Conor Oberst takes the opportunity to experiment here. Released simultaneously with the more conventional follow-up disc, "I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning", "Digital Ash in a Digital Urn" sees the Omaha-based leader of Bright Eyes teaming up with a diverse set of musicians that includes Yeah Yeah Yeahs guitarist Nick Zinner for a collection of songs that aim to recreate the alien landscapes of Radiohead but more often come off sounding like midperiod Depeche Mode. "--Aidin Vaziri"


Artist: Bright Eyes
Label: Saddle Creek
Genre: Indie Rock
Release: Jan 2005   My Rating: 0
Duration: 91:44
Summary: Conor Oberst is running on dangerous ground: getting his first Dylan comparisons at age 12, frolicking with Winona Ryder, releasing two separate albums at once. Didn't he learn anything from Ryan Adams's mistakes? It's a good thing he can write such haunting, intimate songs. "I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning" (released simultaneously with "Digital Ash in a Digital Urn") is the album the Omaha native has always threatened to make, channeling his country rock influences into articulate, witty ballads that come to life with gorgeous harmonies supplied by Emmylou Harris. The tumbling "We Are Nowhere and It's Now" might be his first actual masterpiece, while the words of album closer "Road to Joy" ("I could've been a famous singer if I had someone else's voice/ But failure's always sounded better") indicate that Oberst might have his head screwed on right after all. "-- Aidin Vaziri"