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by: Death Cab for Cutie


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Binding: Audio CD
Brand: CD
EAN: 0075678994654
Feature: DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE NARROW STAIRS
Item Dimensions: 4805602140
Label: Atlantic
Languages: EnglishPublishedEnglishUnknown
Manufacturer: Atlantic
Model: 3910200
MPN: 4 3 00899465
Number Of Discs: 1
Number Of Items: 1
Publication Date: May 13, 2008
Publisher: Atlantic
Release Date: May 13, 2008
Studio: Atlantic

Features:
  • DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE NARROW STAIRS



Disc 1:
  1. Bixby Canyon Bridge
  2. I Will Possess Your Heart
  3. No Sunlight
  4. Cath...
  5. Talking Bird
  6. You Can Do Better Than Me
  7. Grapevine Fires
  8. Your New Twin Sized Bed
  9. Long Division
  10. Pity And Fear
  11. The Ice Is Getting Thinner
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DEATH CAB FOR CUTIE NARROW STAIRS

Amazon.com:
Narrow Stairs might be the first album recorded by Death Cab for Cutie since Ben Gibbard's former solo project went unexpectedly stratospheric, but Gibbard hasn't let it go to his head. Oh, OK, maybe a little: lead-off single "I Will Possess Your Heart" is an eight minute jam that speeds off on one long, luminous curve before Gibbard's distinctive vocals swing in, sweet and plaintive as ever. Even when indulging their grander visions, though, Death Cab for Cutie are still familiar as the same band that wrote those fragile, winsome songs back before teen drama The OC came knocking. Never knowingly overstated, built from driving rhythms, flourishes of piano and intricate melodies, Narrow Stairs builds grand, emotionally loaded narratives from small, subtle parts. "Your New Twin Sized Bed" hides a deftly articulated tale of heartbreak and loneliness amidst soothing tangles of guitar, while "You Can Do Better than Me" is a sweet miniature that's part Pet Sounds orchestration, part wistful Dear John. This isn't, as Gibbard would previously hint, a dissonant or especially adventurous album. It proves, however, that Death Cab can extend their scope without diluting the pathos or energy of their music, and it not only sounds great, but bodes well for the future. --Louis Pattison



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