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Plans album for sale by Death Cab For Cutie was released Aug 30, 2005 on the Atlantic (Label) label. The success of Death Cab For Cutie's TRANSATLANTICISM, and Death Cab main man Ben Gibbard's debut album with the Postal Service, combined to make PLANS one of the most heavily anticipated indie-rock records in many moons. Anyone who thought the band's move to a major label would rob DCFC's unique brand of literate, melancholy music of its legendary intensity needn't have worried--PLANS is one of the group's most accomplished and emotionally resonant efforts. Plans CD music contains a single disc with 11 songs. ...See Full Description
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Plans buy CD music After listening to this album as many times as I have, I've noticed this is one of the very few albums out there that I believe will always stay a classic.
By Jake (Mississauga, ON, CA)
Plans songs I first listened to this album almost 5 years ago, when I was a freshman in high school. I am now a freshman in college and for me this album will forever remain a classic.
By Lauren (Chicago)
||Best Album by DCFC|
Plans album for sale I have always been an avid fan of Death Cab and I think the songs on this album are amazingly beautiful.
By alumb_13 (Pittsburgh, Pa)
||could be better|
Plans CD music this was good album but deffinatly not there best. its a good cd to listen to when you cant think of anything else but it's still there worst album so far.
By me (this place)
Plans buy CD music This album expresses everything that Death Cab is. Its catchie, melodical, emotional (without being "emo"), and full of meaning full lyrics.
By Matt (Cape Town, South Africa)
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|CD Universe Part number||6928677|
|Release Date||Aug 30, 2005|
|Producer||Chris Walla; Chris Walla|
|Engineer||Chris Walla; Justin Armstrong; Austin Sousa; Beau Sorenson; Robbie Skrocki; Kevin Suggs; Kip Beelman; Mike LaPierre; Stuart Hallerman|
|Recording Time||44 minutes|
|Personnel||William Swan - trumpet|