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iTunes Music Review - Plans

  • Plans

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    • Reviewed by Stephen Swift
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    • With the introduction of Plans, Death Cab for Cutie became a new addition to many user's Artist list after the single "Soul Meets Body" became a hit on iTunes. Offering a fresh alternative to other indie-pop bands such as Coldplay, Death Cab for Cutie delves into songs of love, relationships, and the effects of life. Ben Gibbard (who also does vocals for The Postal Service) sings with a warm and clean voice akin to many folk artists. Underneath, but never secondary, is the guitar riffs of Christopher Walla mixed in with an electronic atmosphere to create a wonderful rock-electronic mix.

      Recommended Tracks: "Different Names for the Same Thing", "I Will Follow You Into the Dark", "Soul Meets Body", "Your Heart is an Empty Room"

     

     

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OlivaB. said:

“Soul Meets Body” actually sounds like a hybrid of The Postal Service and Death Cab.  Must be the beats and the overall production.  It’s hard to say since Gibbard is the creative common denominator in both projects.  Funny enough, there’s even an 80s sound to it.  I agree to the freshness of the album.  There’s some stream of sincerity coming out of it.
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