Lullaby for the Working Class

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Lullaby for the Working Class was an indie folk rock band from Lincoln, Nebraska, active from the mid-to-late 1990s. Fronted by Omaha, Nebraska singer-songwriter Ted Stevens (of the bands Mayday and Cursive), the group also featured multi-instrumentalist and producer Mike Mogis of Bright Eyes, his brother, producer A.J. Mogis, and drummer Shane Aspegren of Berg Sans Nipple.

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Singles[edit]

  • Consolation (1996)
  • In Honor of My Stumbling (1997)
  • The Hypnotist (1997) (released on Rykodisc Europe)
  • The Ebb & Flow, The Come & Go, The To & Fro (1998)

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