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Water (Conor Oberst album)

Studio album by Conor Oberst
Released1993
GenreIndie rock
Length40 : 27
LabelLumberjack
ProducerJustin Oberst Conor Oberst

Ive tried to include every album and EP Conor Oberst has make, but there are some omissions to avoid repetition. 32. Water-1993 heres thing: Conor Oberst was thirteen when he made this. Thirteen. Guitarwork is sometimes a bit off, but songs are remarkably well-structure given his age. In fact, if they were shortened slightly, they would maybe be re-listenable. 31. Heres To Special Treatment-1994 His second album is basically more of the same. While songs are slightly stronger, his voice is a bit more annoying. The lyrics to Space Invaders are pretty good though. 30. Soundtrack To My Movie-1995 on his third Album, arrangements start to go beyond Just Conor and his guitar, but apart from in My Sights Songs themselves, are still very much lacking. 29. Collection of songs written and recorded 1995-1997-1998 First Bright Eyes Album. While the songs are more developed than Obersts juvenilia, theyre still a long way from Letting Off Happiness, released later same year. Some of the material is difficult to listen to-supriya and Solid Jackson in particular. But others definitely show Obersts potential. Feel Good Revolution is beautifully laidback, and Falling Out of Love on this Volume has a great driving rhythm to it. 28. Do You Feel at Home?-1994 Band featuring fourteen-year-old Conor Oberst and Tim Kasher. Honestly, it heaps better than solo work Oberst was doing at around the same time. Like, No joke, Showcase Song Is seriously Good. The musicianship is fairly solid throughout, especially drumming. 27. Uneventful Vacation-1997 For All times Conor Obersts Music has been described as emo over his career, this Album is perhaps the only one that actually fits that description. It is a moody collection of songs, and theyre kind of lack hooks. Reminder-they were still in high school at this point. Well, Always Have Paris Is pretty Good. 26. Outer South-2009 outer South sees Oberst ceding singing and songwriting duties to his bandmates. Their songs are fine, if forgettable. The real disappointment is the Obersts ' own songs, which are frequently over-long and dull. Even more problematic, album is seventy minutes long. It really is drag. 25. Monsters of Folk-2009 only Album from supergroup consisting of Conor Oberst, M. Ward, Jim James, and Mike Mogis. Ive never listened to M. Ward or Jim James, and their contributions on this album do exactly encourage me to explore their work any further. That isnt to say that the Obersts ' own songs here are that good either. With the exception of the opening track, Dear God, whole album is middle-of-road country-rock Song after middle-of-road country-rock Song. Mogiss arrangements are nice at times, but unfortunately, the songs theyre build around are uninspired and tedious. 24. Payola-2015 Obersts politically-charge, punk-inflected side-project return thirteen years after their First Album To make Payola, but I am not sure it was worth it.

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