Bright Eyes: Second Verse, Same as the First
If Modern Times was a reminder that the greatest songwriters grow as artists, then Bright Eye's latest EP Four Winds is a reminder that not everyone is Bob Dylan. "Reinvent the Wheel" finds Oberst singing: "You'll never come back now to the world where people are / Because you never understood what they loved you for." Essentially, he's lodging a reactionary claim that you should stick to what you're good at. But how many times can Oberst rerelease I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning.How to Ruin a Fallout Boy Album in 14 Songs
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Instead, I shall review each track using iambic couplets and Beowulf references. Following that, I will jump off a large cliff, smash into the rocks below, and be reborn as a Phoenix. From there, I will fly throughout the land of the living and the dead, and recount of the cycles and stories of the brave soldiers of Manowar. It is only fitting that during this recounting, I will constantly interrupt myself to declare Manowar's praises. For how can I speak of them, and not burst into spontaneous affirmations of their greatness?