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Noise Floor (Rarities: 1998-2005)

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Download links and information about Noise Floor (Rarities: 1998-2005) by Bright Eyes. This album was released in 2006 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist genres. It contains 16 tracks with total duration of 01:00:58 minutes.

Artist: Bright Eyes
Release date: 2006
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Alternative, Songwriter/Lyricist
Tracks: 16
Duration: 01:00:58
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Tracks

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No. Title Length
1. Mirrors and Fevers 3:01
2. I Will Be Grateful for This Day 4:19
3. Trees Get Wheeled Away 4:09
4. Drunk Kid Catholic 3:10
5. Spent On Rainy Days 2:06
6. The Vanishing Act 3:08
7. Soon You Will Be Leaving Your Man 5:12
8. Blue Angels Air Show 3:11
9. Weather Reports 3:02
10. Seashell Tale 3:27
11. Bad Blood 4:40
12. Amy In the White Coat 5:25
13. Devil Town 3:03
14. I've Been Eating (For You) 2:55
15. Happy Birthday to Me (Feb. 15) 3:50
16. Motion Sickness 6:20

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Singer/songwriter types still slugging it out in bars at 30 must look at Conor Oberst and consider killing the not-so-poor lil' cornhusker out of jealousy. Or at the very least, shudder and shake at the sight of a 20-something with more bruised but beautiful songs to his credit than most grizzled 40-year-old folk singers. Take this hour-long collection of lean cuts from compilations, 7-inches and singles. Aside from an unnervingly snail-ish opener ("Mirrors and Fevers," which features two minutes of aimless field recordings), Noise Floor is a nice and natty bookend to the first significant chapter of a career that's clearly just begun. Torn from these yellowed, dog-eared pages are everything from effortless bedroom ballads ("The Vanishing," "Amy In the White Coat") to fleshy, frazzled full-grown songs that could have snuck onto one of Oberst's later LPs without anyone noticing (the caustic country of "Drunk Kid Catholic," the proto-Postal Service pop of "I Will Be Grateful for This Day"). Normally, this would be the point where we say this one's just for the diehards. Sorry haters; score another one for Young Man Oberst.