Talk:I'm Wide Awake, It's Morning
I wish I could write well about music (you should see how I dance about architecture, though) because this article has an sad lack of information in the introductory paragraph. -Acjelen 21:12, 3 October 2005 (UTC)
And by information, I mean information on the album of an introductory or comprehensive manner. -Acjelen 21:13, 3 October 2005 (UTC)
Old Soul Song (For the New World Order)
Some one added a comment to the New York section of the February 15, 2003 anti-war protest article about the single Old Soul Song (For the New World Order)which appears on this album cliaming it contains the lyrics;
"We walked the forty blocks to the middle/Of the place we heard that everything would be/And there were barricades to keep us off the street/But the crowd kept pushing forward/'til they swallowed the police/Yeah, they went wild/Yeah, they went wild..."
and that they are about the demonstration in NY. This sounds pluasable, however the poster provided no ref's. Can any one here confirm that these are the lyrics and that they relate to the event in question. Thankyou. --JK the unwise 15:51, 5 January 2006 (UTC)
- When I saw Bright Eyes live that song was introduced as being about that protest if that counts for anything. --Cherry blossom tree 23:08, 9 February 2006 (UTC)
- I've heard this several times from different places, so I'm assuming it's correct...I don't know if this article  counts as citation or whatever...someone helllp. (Hilarious, they called him Colin Oberst) NZHC 07:20, 2 January 2007 (UTC)
Double Release Explanation
Chronology with Digital Ash...
I am going to put the album Digital Ash in a Digital Urn as releasing at the same time as this album in the chronology, instead of after it. They came out the same day so I don't think you can put one before the other. --Andland 20:25, Feb 8, 2006
Should we mention Stephen Thomas Erlewine's unbelievibly negative review, or is that violating the NPOV?
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As an editor at Crawdaddy!, and to comply with COI guidelines, I am not posting the link to this review. However, I would like to recommend it on its merits, and hope that an editor will find the time to examine the review and—if he or she sees fit—post it to the professional reviews section. I appreciate your time. Crawdaddy! (favorable) 2008
Asst. Editor, Crawdaddy! FenderRhodesScholar | Talk 18:09, 28 May 2008 (UTC)
Misrepresented Village Voice Citation
I have removed a quotation from the Critical Response section, stemming from a Village Voice review. The quote used in the article, taken from the citation is very clearly referring to the album Digital Ash In a Digital Urn, but was presented as being about I'm Wide Awake It's Morning. 188.8.131.52 (talk) 21:57, 29 January 2014 (UTC)