Death Cab are a band that I discovered in middle school. "Cath" started playing on the radio while my mom was driving me to school, and something about their sound enchanted me. Their sorrowful, yet serene and relaxing indie rock sound just had a grip on me. I have so many wonderful memories tied to their 2000s work (and even some of Codes and Keys). WIth that in mind, you can imagine that I've been disappointed with their output over ... read more
Also will of the sheeple is an epic line and therefore this album is a 100
-The record is cohesive
-I appreciate that this album sounds more like basic indie pop rather than basic mainstream pop like PFTW. That may sound like an insult, but at least it's different!
-Brendon Urie sure does sing and is certainly on key
-It is impressive to be able to make 12 songs that manage to sound identical; I probably could not do that
-I like hearing my boyfriend giggle at the ... read more