Death Cab For Cutie - Plans
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Based on 16 reviews
2005 Ratings: #310 / 477
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Plans is the fifth studio album by Death Cab for Cutie. Around the time of the recording of this record, the band was doing quite well; their previous album, Transsatlanticism, was being received very well and would eventually go Gold on the RIAA charts. The band was determined to keep their hot streak going, and they certainly did; their single I Will Follow You into the Dark, while initially poorly received, eventually became their highest charting song to date. They had everything going for ... read more


While on the surface it is a bit more accessible and transatlanticism. Death Cab for Cutie still managed to make a very emotionally vulnerable album and one of their best. With some of their career highlights sad moments and catchy Tunes it is an emo indie rock highlight of the mainstream in 2000's


00's CLASSICS #71

Very important album to me. The music is lovely, the melodies are very emotional and the percussions are at times, quite creative. I just think the album gets boring near the last couple of songs.


I'd never listened to this entire album in one sitting until just today, and I regret that. The transition from What Sarah Said to the melancholy piano in Brothers On a Hotel Bed actually got me tearing up a little, and music usually doesn't do that to me. Pretty sure this and In Rainbows are the only albums to have made me cry so far.


Favourite: N/A


Sweet songs sweet lyrics sweet riffs so good

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