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Absolutely Lovely

Boo Capitalism....Yay Communism! I love this...but if I was you I would buy the full album, Read Music / Speak Spanish, and then buy What's New For Fall and Give Me The Pen from this EP, because The Happiest Place On Earth is on Read Music / Speak Spanish. Save yourself a dollar!

An Outstanding First Effort

Conor Oberst mixes his hate of capitalistic effects with soulful lyrics, creating a wonderful three song effort that lays the groudwork for Read Music, Speak Spanish. "What's New For Fall" comments on the futility of fashion, "Give Me The Pen," about the mightiness of the written word. This is the introduction to the manifesto that Oberst creates with his first album of Desaparecidos.

Love this ep

This is a great intro to Desaparecidos. I became a huge fan of Conor Oberst and Denver Dalley (Statistics) after I heard this. I rank this as one of the best ep's next to Alice In Chains Sap ep. This ep is a small taste of the amazing album they released a couple months later-Read Music Speak Spanish. Buy this and any artist affiliated with this album and you will not be disappointed. Now I wish they would release another album soon!!!


Formed: 2000

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

Indie rock outfit Desaparecidos became a side project for Bright Eyes' singer/guitarist Conor Oberst by the end of 2000. The band's debut came when they played live for the first time at a benefit concert on April 21, 2001. Named Desaparecidos after the 1970s practice of some South American governments kidnapping dissidents and tossing them out of airplanes into the ocean, Desaparecidos' lyrics are based on the loss of human values, supported by high-energy vocals, heavy drums, and powerful chords....
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