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  • Sufjan Stevens discography

    American singer-songwriter Sufjan Stevens has released nine studio albums (including one with additional artists), thirteen extended plays (EP), fifteen singles (including one as a featured artist), eight promotional singles, and eight music videos. Through his record label Asthmatic Kitty Records, Stevens released his first two albums A Sun Came and Enjoy Your Rabbit in 2000 and 2001, respectively. Wikipedia

  • Illinois (Sufjan Stevens album)

    2005 concept album by American singer-songwriter Sufjan Stevens. His fifth studio album, it features songs referencing places, events, and persons related to the U.S. state of Illinois. Wikipedia

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  • In 2005, indie rock artist Sufjan Stevens created a concept album about Illinois titled Illinois; many of its songs were about Chicago and its history.Chicago-Wikipedia
  • Douglas is referenced by folk-artist Sufjan Stevens in the song "Decatur, or, Round of Applause for Your Stepmother!".Stephen A. Douglas-Wikipedia
  • Their acclaim "placed synthpop on the same level as earnest, artsy acts such as Arcade Fire and Sufjan Stevens".Robyn-Wikipedia
  • In 2005, Sufjan Stevens released Illinois, a concept album making reference to various people and places associated with the state.Jacksonville, Illinois-Wikipedia
  • Sufjan Stevens has frequently performed the "Star-Spangled Banner" in live sets, replacing the optimism in the end of the first verse with a new coda that alludes to the divisive state of the nation today.The Star-Spangled Banner-Wikipedia
  • The album's name is inspired by The Guess Who's song "undun", and the character was named after the Sufjan Stevens song "Redford".The Roots-Wikipedia

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