Thursday, March 24, 2011

Bright Eyes

Conor Oberst, where to start? He's most known for his work with Bright Eyes, in which he started at the age of 12, but he has many side projects. There's Conor Oberst and the Mystic Valley Band, Monsters In Folk, Park Ave., Norman Bailer (later known as The Faint), Commander Venus, The Magneta, Desaparecidos and his most recent side project, Monsters Of Folk. I have personally been a fan since he released Fevers & Mirrors with Bright Eyes and he never ceases to blow me away. Regardless of what artist name he is under, he always brings something great to the table to offer. Below is the personal collection of his works that I own. Absolutely everything he's ever released is not here, but most of it is. Enjoy.

Water [1993]
Here's To Special Treatment [1994]
The Soundtrack To My Movie [1996]
Kill The Monster Before It Eats Baby [Conor Oberst/Bill Hoover Split] [1996]
Letting Off The Happiness [1998]
Every Day And Every Night EP [1999]
Fevers And Mirrors [2000]
A Collection of Songs Written and Recorded 1995-1997 [2000]
Bright Eyes Vs. Her Space Holiday Split EP [2000]
Bright Eyes / Neva Dinova - One Jug Of Wine, Two Vessels
Oh Holy Fools: The Music Of Son, Ambulance And Bright Eyes [2001]
Drunk Kid Catholic EP [2001]
Bright Eyes/The Album Leaf Split [2001]
Don't Be Frightened Of Turning The Page [2001]
There Is No Beginning To The Story EP [2002]
Home: Volume IV [2002]
Lifted Or The Story Is In The Soil, Keep Your Ear To The Ground [2003]
A Christmas Album [2004]
Digital Ash in a Digital Urn [2005]
I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning [2005]
Motion Sickness (Live Recordings) [2006]
Noise Floor (Rarities 1998-2005) [2006]
Cassadaga [2007]
S/T (First Conor Oberst And They Mystic Valley Band release) [2008]
Gentlemen's Pact EP [2008]
Outer South [2009]
Monsters Of Folk [2009]
The People's Key [2011]