Death Cab For Cutie - Transatlanticism
Critic Score
Based on 12 reviews
2003 Ratings: #78 / 296
User Score
Based on 599 ratings
2003 Ratings: #49
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Hawk_
100

Me: Well, I'm finally an indie bitch now
Jon from ARTV: You always were, friend :)
Me: Ew wtf stop touching me joN STOP I DON'T WANT THI-

Beeyyaahh
100

Ever since I’ve first listened to it, I’ve seen Transatlanticism as an album that is extremely endearing, heartwarming, and in a sense it’s the best captured image of Ben really letting his boyish voice flourish in the way it was meant to. This album is beautiful, and it’s my ideal record for heading into the fall soon enough.

Sure, Ben continues his tendencies to pen these songs of heartbreak or love, but it’s coupled sonically with instrumentals that are ... read more

fakeplasticrose
45

Oh shit oh fuck I'm dead for this one

This isn't a bad album, despite this rating. I just really don't enjoy listening to it. I think the main issue I have comes from Ben's voice - he's one of the few vocalists I really can't stand, which has caused me to struggle to enjoy both Death Cab and The Postal Service. This isn't a bad album. In fact, I recommend it if you don't mind the vocals and just want a fun indie rock album. But yeah, this really isn't for me.

Raiksheen
80

Classic

40

Favourites: The New Year, Title And Registration, The Sound Of Settling and Transatlanticism

Pieter
75

Amazing album, but his voice, I just can't get over it.

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