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The music and lyrics of Desaparecidos differ greatly from Bright Eyes, having more in common with punk rock than Oberst's usual folk rock.
The lyrics are generally social commentary on the state of affairs in America and the pitfalls of the suburban lifestyle, as opposed to the more introspective lyrics of Bright Eyes.
In mid-1993, Oberst self-released his debut album Water on cassette tape.
The release of the album was financed by his brother Justin on what they called Lumberjack Records, the indie label that would become Saddle Creek Records, making them founders and present day executives of the label.
This was followed quickly by Letting Off the Happiness, released in November of the same year.
It featured members of numerous bands and was recorded in the Oberst family basement.
Time listed I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning as one of the top ten albums of 2005.
The Four Winds EP was released in March 2007, followed by their seventh album, Cassadaga in April.
Here's to Special Treatment was followed by 1996's The Soundtrack to My Movie, a cassette only released on Sing Eunuchs! Kill the Monster Before It Eats Baby, a split 7" vinyl with Bill Hoover, was also released around this time.
With the release of 2002's Lifted or The Story Is in the Soil, Keep Your Ear to the Ground, Bright Eyes received national attention and Oberst was proclaimed a breakthrough artist by several notable magazines.
On January 25, 2005 Bright Eyes simultaneously released two new albums: the folk I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning and more electronic-pop Digital Ash in a Digital Urn.
The group only played between 10 and 15 shows and made a handful of recordings (several of them with Mike Mogis as producer).
The group disbanded in 1998 when Williams, the singer and primary songwriter, moved to London, England.
The song "Four Winds" was named a top 100 song of 2007 by Rolling Stone and was performed by Oberst with Gillian Welch and Dave Rawlings, along with "Man Named Truth" on the Another Day, Another Time concert album commemorating the music of the film Inside Llewyn Davis.