Discography: Bright Eyes: A Christmas Album
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Discography: Bright Eyes: A Christmas Album

A tender tribute to the American musical traditions of Christmas and the bleak, cold Midwest winters.

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Discography: Bright Eyes: Lifted or The Story is in the Soil, Keep Your Ear to the Ground
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Discography: Bright Eyes: Lifted or The Story is in the Soil, Keep Your Ear to the Ground

Lifted or The Story is in the Soil, Keep Your Ear to the Ground solidified the brilliance of Conor Oberst’s songwriting.

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Discography: Bright Eyes: Fevers and Mirrors
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Discography: Bright Eyes: Fevers and Mirrors

Its power comes from Oberst's ability to control and transmit the various sides of manic depression, dejection and hopelessness.

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Discography: Bright Eyes: Letting Off the Happiness
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Discography: Bright Eyes: Letting Off the Happiness

Discography: Bright Eyes: A Collection of Songs Written and Recorded 1995–1997
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Discography: Bright Eyes: A Collection of Songs Written and Recorded 1995–1997

As clumsily as these aspects are wielded here, they become the fabric of the diegetic elements of future Bright Eyes productions.

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Discography: Metallica: Death Magnetic
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Discography: Metallica: Death Magnetic

Discography: Metallica: St. Anger
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Discography: Metallica: St. Anger

What it lacks in memorable songs, it makes up for in its startlingly intimate lyrical content.

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Discography: Metallica: Reload
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Discography: Metallica: Reload

What possessed a band that started its career with taut compositions and fat-free albums to crank out something so bloated and unmemorable?

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Discography: Metallica: Load
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Discography: Metallica: Load

Load squandered all the goodwill Metallica had accrued over the previous decade.

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Discography: Metallica: Metallica
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Discography: Metallica: Metallica

Metallica is decidedly a product of its time, albeit one that generally holds up with the rest of its back catalog.

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