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  • The Studio Albums 2000-2011 (Box Set) The Studio Albums 2000-2011 (Box Set) Quick View

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    The Studio Albums 2000-2011 (Box Set)

    6 Albums On 10 LPs


    Pressed On Colored Vinyl In A Limited Edition Of 5000


    5 Albums Remastered By Bob Ludwig At Gateway Mastering (+ The People's Key With Its Original Bob Ludwig Master)


    Foil Stamped Linen Wrapped Box


    Includes Twelve 8x10 Photo Prints By Butch Hogan


    Featuring An Essay By Nathaniel Krenkel


    With five titles remastered by legendary engineer Bob Ludwig at Gateway Mastering, The Studio Albums 2000-2011 box set includes versions of Fevers And Mirrors (2000), LIFTED or The Story Is In The Soil, Keep Your Ear To The Ground (2002), I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning (2005), Digital Ash in a Digital Urn (2005), Cassadaga (2007). The box set also includes The People's Key (2011) in its original Bob Ludwig master.

    Bright Eyes: The Studio Albums 2000-2011


    Fevers And Mirrors (2 LPs) (Gatefold - Maroon Vinyl)*
    LIFTED or The Story Is In The Soil, Keep Your Ear To The Ground (2 LPs) (Gatefold - Black & Yellow Swirl Vinyl)*
    I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning (1 LP) (Light Yellow Vinyl)*
    Digital Ash In A Digital Urn (2LPs) w/ D-Side Etching (Gatefold - Light Blue Vinyl)*
    Cassadaga (2 LPs) (Gatefold - Clear Vinyl)*
    The People's Key (1 LP) (Orange Swirl Vinyl)


    *Remastered By Bob Ludwig At Gateway Mastering


    LP 1: Fevers And Mirrors (2LP)
    1. A Spindle, A Darkness, A Fever, And A Necklace
    2. A Scale, A Mirror and Those Indifferent Clocks
    3. The Calendar Hung Itself
    4. Something Vague
    5. The Movement Of A Hand
    6. Arienette
    7. When The Curious Girl Realizes She Is Under Glass
    8. Haligh, Haligh, A Lie, Haligh
    9. The Center Of The World
    10. Sunrise, Sunset
    11. An Attempt To Tip The Scales
    12. A Song To Pass The Time


    LP2: Lifted Or The Story Is In The Soil, Keep Your Ear To The Ground (2LP)
    1. Big Picture
    2. Method Acting
    3. False Advertising
    4. You Will. You? Will. You? Will. You? Will.
    5. Lover I Don't Have to Love
    6. Bowl Of Oranges
    7. Don't Know When but a Daisy Is Gonna Come
    8. Nothing Gets Crossed Out
    9. Make War
    10. Waste Of Paint
    11. From A Balance Beam
    12. Laura Laurent
    13. Let's Not Shit Ourselves (To Love And To Be Loved)


    LP 3: I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning
    1. At The Bottom Of Everything (with Jim James)

    2. We Are Nowhere And It's Now (with Emmylou Harris)

    3. Old Soul Song (For The New World Order) (with Emmlou Harris)

    4. Lua
    5. Train Under Water
    6. First Day Of My Life
    7. Another Travellin' Song
    8. Landlocked Blues - (with Emmylou Harris)

    9. Poison Oak
    10. Road To Joy


    LP 4: Digital Ash In A Digital Urn (2LP w/ D-Side Etching)
    1. Time Code
    2. Gold Mine Gutted
    3. Arc Of Time (Time Code)
    4. Down In A Rabbit Hole (with Nick Zinner)
    5. Take It Easy (Love Nothing)
    6. Hit The Switch
    7. I Believe In Symmetry (with Nick Zinner)

    8. Devil In The Details (with Nick Zinner)

    9. Ship In A Bottle
    10. Light Pollution
    11. Theme From Pinata

    12. Easy/Lucky/Free (with Nick Zinner)


    LP 5: Cassadaga (2LP)
    1. Clairaudients (Kill or Be Killed)
    2. Four Winds
    3. If The Brakeman Turns My Way
    4. Hot Knives
    5. Make A Plan To Love Me
    6. Soul Singer In A Session Band
    7. Classic Cars
    8. Middleman
    9. Cleanse Song
    10. No One Would Riot For Less
    11. Coat Check Dream Song
    12. I Must Belong Somewhere
    13. Lime Tree


    LP 6: The People's Key
    1. Firewall
    2. Shell Games
    3. Jejune Stars
    4. Approximate Sunlight
    5. Haile Selassie
    6. A Machine Spiritual (In the People's Key)
    7. Triple Spiral
    8. Beginner's Mind
    9. Ladder Song
    10. One For You, One For Me

    Bright Eyes
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    Colored Vinyl LP Box Set - 10 LPs Sealed Buy Now
  • The Ugly Organ (Deluxe) The Ugly Organ (Deluxe) Quick View

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    The Ugly Organ (Deluxe)


    Remastered Deluxe 180g Vinyl Limited To 3000 2 LP


    Extensive Booklet With Photos From The Band's Archives, Alternate Album Art Sketches, A List Of All Tour Dates From The Era, Show Posters, And New Liner Notes Written By The A.V. Club's Kyle Ryan


    8 Bonus Tracks From The Era, Including 4 Tracks From The 8 Teeth To Eat You Split EP Previously Unreleased On Vinyl


    "A brilliant leap forward" -Rolling Stone


    "The best punk record you'll hear all year" -Magnet


    The Ugly Organ made landfall on March 4, 2003, the same day as Evanescence's Fallen and roughly two weeks
    before the start of the Iraq War. The darkest days of the Bush Era were settling in like a dense fog over the
    entire country, and the outlook was bleak. That made The Ugly Organ especially potent, its gloomy inward
    focus a natural re action of the era. The press accolades came quickly, from the mainstream (Rolling Stone
    called it "a brilliant leap forward," and Entertainment Weekly said it "raised the Saddle Creek bar") to the niche
    (The A.V. Club called it "a potent piece of rock art," Alternative Press gave it a perfect score).


    With The Ugly Organ, Cursive made a landmark album for itself and Saddle Creek. It was the label's 51st release
    and the second in what my colleague Marc Hawthorne called "Saddle Creek's holy trinity" in his liner notes for
    The Faint's Danse Macabre reissue: Danse Macabre, The Ugly Organ, and Bright Eyes' I'm Wide Awake, It's
    Morning. (I'd argue more for LIFTED or the Story is in the Soil, Keep Your Ear to the Ground on that count, but I'll
    save that for the next time I see Marc.)


    Just prior to The Ugly Organ, Saddle Creek had released the celebratory compilation Saddle Creek 50, which
    included Cursive's gleefully self-referential "Nonsense" ("I really don't want to write another 'I'm a dick' song
    again"), which is included on this reissue. The label's 49th release had been another Cursive joint, the "Art is
    Hard" single, which featured the explosive six-minute B-side "Sinner's Serenade," also included here. Rounding
    it out are four songs from Cursive's split EP with Eastern Youth, 8 Teeth to Eat You-check out the ferocious
    playing by cellist Gretta Cohn on "Excerpts from Various Notes Strewn Around the Bedroom of April Connolly,
    Feb 24, 1997"-and two songs from the single for "The Recluse." It's an exhaustive-and exhausting-snapshot of a band realizing its power and wielding it for maximum impact.


    And then Cursive was gone. Again. Taking another of its intermittent hiatuses. An unease has accompanied
    every album after The Ugly Organ that it could be the last one-no, for real this time. Maybe because The Ugly
    Organ capped an unprecedented productive streak, ending a three-record, three-year run with an album that
    can't help but re ect the e ort that went into it. The exhaustion, the ambivalence, the doubt, it all bleeds out
    of those 12 tracks. At the end of "Staying Alive," the "ghost chorus" referenced in the liner notes sings, "The
    worst is over, Doo do Doo do Doo do Doo doo." On second thought, maybe it's neither hope nor resignation,
    but simple relief. The storm has passed. And it was a motherfucker.


    -Kyle Ryan, The A.V. Club

    1. The Ugly Organist
    2. Some Red Handed Sleight of Hand
    3. Art Is Hard
    4. The Recluse
    5. Herald! Frankenstein
    6. Butcher the Song
    7. Driftwood: A Fairy Tale
    8. A Gentleman Caller
    9. Harold Weathervein
    10. Bloody Murder
    11. Sierra
    12. Staying Alive
    13. Excerpts from Various Notes Strewn Around the Bedroom of April Connolly Feb 24, 1997*
    14. Am I Not Yours?*
    15. Escape Artist*
    16. May Flowers*
    17. Sinner's Serenade*
    18. Nonsense*
    19. Once*
    20. Adapt*


    *Bonus Tracks

    Cursive
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  • Upside Down Mountain Upside Down Mountain Quick View

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    Upside Down Mountain

    Though only 34, Conor Oberst has been a recording artist for more than two decades, starting with raw, acoustic guitar-based bedroom tracks he cut as a young teenager and initially released on cassette. After his early Omaha-based band Commander Venus broke up, Oberst recast himself as Bright Eyes, an umbrella name for Oberst, producer-keyboardist Mike Mogis and multi-instrumentalist/arranger Nathaniel Wolcott, and a shifting group of collaborators. By the time he released Lifted or The Story is in the Soil, Keep Your Ear to the Ground on Saddle Creek, the label he helped found with friends in Omaha, Oberst was a word-of-mouth success, with an avid young audience that helped to sell out his tours. The critics soon followed. Rolling Stone called him "a true American original: the ghost of Walt Whitman setting up shop in the wraith-white, rail-thin frame of an acoustic-strumming Nebraska Cure fan." The 2005 simultaneous release of two markedly different Bright Eyes albums-the more singer-songwriter-oriented I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning and the darker, computerized Digital Ash in a Digital Urn-displayed the breadth of his talent. Time Magazine listed I'm Wide Awake among its top 10 albums of the year. Since then, Bright Eyes has continued to evolve, its lineup morphing with each successive tour. While supporting his 2007 Cassadaga album, Oberst took over New York City's Town Hall for a week of sold-out shows, with his large, string-augmented ensemble outfitted spectacularly in white suits. He's also recorded and toured with Mogis, Jim James, and M. Ward as Monsters of Folk as well as with his own Mystic Valley Band. For the first leg of his summer 2014 tour, he's bringing along Wilson's other pals, the Southern Californian quartet Dawes as his support act and backing band.


    "I feel lucky that I have been able to do this for as longs as I have," declares Oberst. "I've seen so many talented friends come and go, for a lot of different reasons. Sometimes they stop making music because they can't pay the bills or they lose the passion for it. At this point it is my life. I don't know another way to live. There is something fundamental in myself; I have to be this way. It completes what I am."


    Upside Down Mountain features many other friends of Oberst's, including producer Jonathan Wilson, engineer Andy LeMaster, bassist Macey Taylor, multi-instrumentalist Blake Mills, and the Swedish sibling folk-rock vocal duo First Aid Kit. What started as exploratory demos with producer-musician Jonathan Wilson at his Fivestar Studios in the Echo Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, in a home Wilson rents from Oberst, became the first de facto album sessions. Returning to his native Omaha, Nebraska, Oberst kept rolling with the help of frequent collaborator, engineer, and friend Andy LeMaster at his own ARC Studios. Even more tracking followed in Omaha last November and December. Then Oberst and Wilson moved south to Blackbird Studio in Nashville.


    "This is a return to an earlier way I wrote," Oberst says of the songs on Upside Down Mountain. "It's more intimate or personal, if you will. Even if all my songs come from the same place, you make different aesthetic decisions along the way. For me, language is a huge part of why I make music. I'm not the greatest guitar player or piano player-I'm not the greatest singer, either-but I feel if I can come up with melodies I like that are fused with poetry I'm proud of, then that's what I bring to the table. That's why I'm able to do this."

    1. Time Forgot
    2. Zigzagging Toward the Light
    3. Hundreds of Ways
    4. Artifact #1
    5. Lonely at the Top
    6. Enola Gay
    7. Double Life
    8. Kick
    9. Night at Lake Unknown
    10. You Are Your Mother's Child
    11. Governor's Ball
    12. Desert Island Questionnaire
    13. Common Knowledge
    Conor Oberst
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