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Todd Baechle replaced him for the recording of their second studio album. With Todd Fink and Chris Hughes, Conor Oberst had formed the band The Magnetic, in 1996.

The band, based in Omaha, Nebraska shortly lived in that period.

In January 1996, he joined the group Park Ave as a drummer alongside Neel Jenkins, Clark Baechle, Jamie Williams and Jenn Bernard.

The group was not a vibrant one and played just around 15 shows with few recordings.

Soon after Bright Eyes, Conor Oberst joined Desaparecidos as a singer and guitarist.

The lyrical content of Bright Eyes and Desaparecidos was a sharp contrast aswhile the latter did punk rock Bright Eyes was more into folk rock.

He released Heres to Special Treatment followed by The Soundtrack to My Movie released in Ding Eunuchs in 1996.

Oberst and Bill Hoover then released Kill the Monster Before it Eats Baby that same year.

In 1999, Bright Eyes’ first EP, Every Day and Every Night were released, and that was followed with the third album Fevers and Mirrors in 2000.Conor Oberst along with Joel Peterson, Todd Fink and Clark Baechle formed the band Norman Bailer in 1994 after a Slowdown Virginia show. The group first performed at a show at Kilgore and that was followed by the album Sine Sierra in 1995 on cassette only. They followed it with The Uneventful Vacation in 1997.In 1994, Conor Oberst along with Tim Robb Nansel, Tim Kasher, and Ben Armstrong formed the rock band Commander Venus. After these albums, Kasher formed Cursive and would later leave Commander Venus for concentrate fully on it.Nonetheless, they came out with three songs, including Anex Anex on the Part compilation album of Ghostmeat Records.Conor Oberst played in several other groups concurrently aside his main commitment to Commander Venus.