Take It Easy (Love Nothing)

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Product Details

  • Release Date: 10/26/2004
  • Label: Saddle Creek
  • UPC: 648401006926
  • Catalog Number: 69
  • Sales rank: 330,452

Album Credits

Performance Credits
Bright Eyes Primary Artist
Mike Mogis Banjo, Bass, Dobro, Guitar, Keyboards, Wurlitzer
Jason Boesel Percussion, Drums
Conor Oberst Bass, Guitar, Keyboards, Voices, Baritone, Wurlitzer
Clay Leverett Percussion
Technical Credits
Simon Joyner Composer
Andy LeMaster Engineer
Mike Mogis Engineer
Doug Van Sloun Mastering
Jason Boesel Sound Effects
Jimmy Tamborello drum programming
Conor Oberst Composer
Clay Leverett Sound Effects
Digital Audio Engine drum programming
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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    a fan... kind of

    I really like Bright Eyes... letting off the happiness is genius. However, this was kind of a dissopointment. The first song was cute, but very fluffy compared to Conor's previous work. Also, clearly a lot of thought was put into the packaging. There is some optical illusion-esque tricks on the outside, and the cd itself is glow in the dark. I was disopointed to see that most of the effort went into the packaging and not into the music. I realize it's just a single, but the title track is not even that good and the latter tracks are abismal.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    the Ep to the upcoming "Digital Ash in a Digital Urn" CD

    3 songs for $4 bucks seems pretty much worth it, especially if it's Bright Eyes. I couldn't really dig this EP too much, track #3 is an 'instrumental' which is really just beeps and boops and samples. The whole Ep is reminiscent of the song "Lover I Don't Have To Love"; heavy on the samples and technical beats, which I'm not too into (boops & beeps, not "Lover.."). Track #1 is a very nice song. All in all I'm a bit more excited about "I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning" (Bright Eyes' second CD coming out in a few weeks) which I have read is more towards the folky/acoustic Bright Eyes mode.

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