Bright Eyes - Fevers & Mirrors (2022 Remaster)
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Originally released in 2000, Fevers And Mirrors is one of Bright Eyes' most beloved and enduringly obsessed-about records. Highlights include "Something Vague" and "Haligh, Haligh, a Lie, Haligh". Revisit the album with this 2022 vinyl remaster.
"I wrote all these songs before I turned 20," Oberst says. "And a lot of them are better than the recordings - the recordings were sometimes really bad - so it was cool to sing them in a way that doesn't hurt my ears when I listen back." This was the most explicitly retrospective and intimate part of the whole reissue project, as well as the most immediately gratifying. "You get a re-do," Oberst says, smiling.
And then there was the pleasure of digging back into Fevers and Mirrors,"There's some percentage of kids every year that get to high school and an older sister or a friend or somebody hands them that record," Oberst says. "I know that for a fact because I see the royalty statements. It's not a ton of people but there are a few who keep buying it over and over again, and it's over twenty years old! That's really cool to me. That's the nicest compliment ever."
Heavyweight double vinyl produced by Dead Oceans in 2022. Gatefold sleeve with die-cut reflective mirror cover.
- A Spindle, a Darkness, a Fever, and a Necklace
- A Scale, a Mirror, and Those Indifferent Clocks
- The Calendar Hung Itself
- Something Vague
- The Movement of a Hand
- When the Curious Girl Realizes She Is Under Glass
- Haligh, Haligh, a Lie, Haligh
- The Center of the World
- Sunrise, Sunset
- An Attempt to Tip the Scales
- A Song to Pass the Time