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Death Cab For Cutie - Plans - Atlantic/WEA

Lead vocalist Ben Gibbard sings like an angel and the songs on this CD make great use of jangly guitars and sinewy synthesizers. Bellingham, WA, indie pop quartet Death Cab for Cutie may remind you of a cross between REM and New Order, but they craft truly unique songs about relationships that draw you completely in.

Death Cab For Cutie is WXPN's Artist To Watch for August 2005. Learn more...

Check out the Artist's Website at DeathCabforCutie.com

Written by Bruce Warren

Release Date: August 30, 2005

Track Listings
1. Marching Bands of Manhattan
2. Soul Meets Body
3. Summer Skin
4. Different Names for the Same Thing
5. I Will Follow You into the Dark
6. Your Heart Is an Empty Room
7. Someday You Will Be Loved
8. Crooked Teeth
9. What Sarah Said
10. Brothers on a Hotel Bus
11. Stable Song

XPN CD of the Month for September, 2005

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