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The Ghosts Of Beverly Drive

Death Cab For Cutie

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The Ghosts Of Beverly Drive

Death Cab For Cutie

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Label: Atlantic Recording Corp.
The first Death Cab album not entirely produced by departed bandmate and sonic architect Chris Walla wants to sound as crisp, spacious, and elegantly glacial as the band's earlier work, and succeeds: Bask in the ultra-clean soundscape of "The Ghosts of Beverly Drive" or the ominous, percolating drip of "Black Sun." But Walla was also one of the band's songwriters, and the slightly underwritten "Hold No Guns" and the condescending "Ingenue" are better reasons to worry about his absence than anything in the sound.

About This Album

The first Death Cab album not entirely produced by departed bandmate and sonic architect Chris Walla wants to sound as crisp, spacious, and elegantly glacial as the band's earlier work, and succeeds: Bask in the ultra-clean soundscape of "The Ghosts of Beverly Drive" or the ominous, percolating drip of "Black Sun." But Walla was also one of the band's songwriters, and the slightly underwritten "Hold No Guns" and the condescending "Ingenue" are better reasons to worry about his absence than anything in the sound.

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About This Album

The first Death Cab album not entirely produced by departed bandmate and sonic architect Chris Walla wants to sound as crisp, spacious, and elegantly glacial as the band's earlier work, and succeeds: Bask in the ultra-clean soundscape of "The Ghosts of Beverly Drive" or the ominous, percolating drip of "Black Sun." But Walla was also one of the band's songwriters, and the slightly underwritten "Hold No Guns" and the condescending "Ingenue" are better reasons to worry about his absence than anything in the sound.