Death Cab For Cutie ‎- Transatlanticism – VINYL 2LP


EAN : 4015698303414
Released : 2003

5 in stock


“The term “transatlanticism” was coined by Ben Gibbard to define the incomprehensible emotional gap between two lovers separated by comprehensible distances—the continental United States, an entire ocean, or, most likely, just a couple floors in your freshman dorm. In the 10 years since Death Cab For Cutie released their finest record, the title has taken on an unintended resonance in regards to their career. On one side of their fourth of seven studio albums, there are three modestly performed and admirably successful LPs released on Seattle indie label Barsuk. On the other, three exquisite-sounding and wildly successful LPs released on New York City major…Atlantic. Death Cab’s aesthetic hadn’t really changed all that much, and yet how do you span the distance between the uber-#feelings video for “A Movie Script Ending” and two #1 albums (Codes and Keys hit #3), Grammy nominations, platinum sales when they meant something, huge festival slots, and Zooey Deschanel? Look, it’s nigh impossible to extricate Death Cab’s ascendance from The O.C., so how’s this: from the moment the skyrocket guitars go off in “The New Year”, Death Cab are taking a leap of faith like Seth Cohen up on that kissing booth, risking embarrassment to tell as many people as possible that they may be dorks, but they’re not going to be anyone’s secret anymore.”
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Tracklist :

A1 The New Year
A2 Lightness
A3 Title And Registration
B1 Expo ’86
B2 The Sound Of Settling
B3 Tiny Vessels
C1 Transatlanticism
C2 Passenger Seat
D1 Death Of An Interior Decorator
D2 We Looked Like Giants
D3 A Lack Of Color

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Weight 550 g




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