Transatlanticism is the fourth studio album by indie rock band Death Cab for Cutie, released on October 7, 2003, by Barsuk Records. The band's second concept album, Transatlanticism features a theme set around long-distance love. The first two singles, "The New Year" and "The Sound of Settling", reached number 86 and 84, respectively, on the UK Singles Chart.
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Produced by Chris Walla. Album Transatlanticism. Transatlanticism Lyrics. This song is featured as the main track in the album Transatlanticism. Transatlanticism" Track Info.
Death Cab For Cutie Lyrics. Transatlanticism" The clouds above opened up and let it out. I was standing on the surface of a perforated sphere When the water filled every hole. And thousands upon thousands made an ocean, Making islands where no island should go. Oh no. Those people were overjoyed; they took to their boats. I thought it less like a lake and more like a moat. The rhythm of my footsteps crossing flatlands to your door have been silenced forever more. Transatlanticism" lyrics provided for educational purposes and personal use only.
Transatlanticism is the fourth studio album by Death Cab for Cutie, released October 7, 2003 on Barsuk Records. Prior to the album's release, Ben Gibbard stated: . nlike The Photo Album, I feel like this record is definitely more like a proper album. We’ve tried to construct it with transitions of songs going in and out of each other, and I think it's a little bit more expansive than the last record.
As musical lunacy goes, things have gotten as crazy as it gets for Death Cab for Cutie since 2002's You Can Play These Songs with Chords compilation. A wildly successful tour with Dismemberment Plan, a collaboration for singer Ben Gibbard with emo-electronic guru Dntel under the Postal Service moniker, and a whole new legion of fans swooning to Gibbard's lyrics as if he were a modern day answer to Kiss Me-era Robert Smith have all amassed considerable hype around Transatlanticism.
A decade after its release, Death Cab For Cutie's fourth and finest album is being reissued on limited vinyl (and MP3) with demo versions of all 11 tracks. 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.
The new year . CAPO: 1st Fret. INTRO: Guitar 1 e-0---0- B3- G7--7--7-7-7- D-7-7--7-7- A-5--5-5-x-x-5-5-.
The New Year
Title And Registration
The Sound Of Settling
Death Of An Interior Decorator
We Looked Like Giants
A Lack Of Color
Quality Record Pressings
Test pressing of the 10th anniversary edition. 180-gram double LP in two standard white covers. Release date taken from the cover labels, more likely this is the date of the test pressing.
Barcode and Other Identifiers
Matrix / Runout (Side A, etched): BARK 32-LP A S̶B̶R̶-̶0̶1̶2̶-̶A̶ -27590- [email protected] W/L.N. 10470.1
Performer:Death Cab For Cutie Genre: Rock Title: Transatlanticism Country: US Released: 2015 Style: Indie Rock MP3 version ZIP size: 1800 mb FLAC version RAR size: 1415 mb Rating: 4.7 Votes: 214 Other Formats: DTS DMF AHX MP2 AUD AC3 WAV