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|1. The District Sleeps Alone Tonight|
|2. Such Great Heights|
|3. Sleeping In|
|4. Nothing Better|
|5. Recycled Air|
|6. Clark Gable|
|7. We Will Become Silhouettes|
|8. This Place Is a Prison|
|9. Brand New Colony|
|10. Natural Anthem|
Standout tracks for me were "The District Sleeps Alone Tonight" and "Such Great Heights."
Jimmy Tamborello from 'Dntel' gives off some unique pop beats and catchy beats while Benny Gibbard whimpers the most beautiful lyrics.
You seem to feel like you are floating, just a wonderfull album, every song is great, what a find.
I bought this record as a gift, and it arrived really promptly! I ended up breaking up with the guy I gave it too. Also, he didn't have a record player. Ah, well. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Emily
This album is absolutely amazing, I've listened to it over and over since I've received it! As far as the actual record goes it arrived in perfect condition and has not... Read morePublished 12 months ago by J. Freed
Warm sound comes from this album, off my turntable.
I have strayed from my MP3 player and have been relying mainly on my turntable for music. Read more
The cd arrived promptly and in good condition which is all I could ask for since it was already known that I loved the cd.Published 15 months ago by T.J. Reagon
Ran into this album through Garden State. Ok movie, wonderful music! A nice mix of things that doesn't sound like anything else on the radio.Published 17 months ago by Sean Herman
What else is there to say! Love this group and this album. It's very upbeat and makes me smile every time I listen to it.Published 18 months ago by Anne
The Postal Service have really made their mark on musical history with this album. Ben Gibbard is a masterful artist, and he has composed a true masterpiece with "Give Up". Read morePublished 19 months ago by jflory7
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Nov 22, 2011 by Zach | See all 2 posts
Sure! They were (Postal service) somewhat influenced by them! Actually, they even remixed one of their songs; "Do you realize??". Well, do you? ;)
Feb 17, 2009 by D. Milcic | See all 2 posts
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