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The People's Key

The People's KeyBright Eyes' Conor Oberst takes a walk with the mystics on the band's latest album. He sees ''crooked crosses falling from the sky,'' invokes Haile Selassie,...The People's KeyRockBright Eyes' Conor Oberst takes a walk with the mystics on the band's latest album. He sees ''crooked crosses falling from the sky,'' invokes Haile Selassie,...2011-02-09
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The People's Key

Genre: Rock; Status: In Season

Bright Eyes’ Conor Oberst takes a walk with the mystics on the band’s latest album. He sees ”crooked crosses falling from the sky,” invokes Haile Selassie, and has a guest ”shaman” wax cosmic about the future of the universe. ”I’ve seen stranger things, man,” Oberst insists. Really? Fortunately, the music stays grounded, with Oberst trading his recent country-folk fixation for pop choruses and electro beats that New Order might dig. B Download These:
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