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|4.0 excellent||Adam Knott EMERITUS | October 4th 12|
About 5 billion times better than the last DCFC album. Has the laid-back pop poise of Plans and an immensely strong second half. Highly recommend this, whatever you thought of Codes and Tedium.
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|2.5 average||Beauville88 | October 25th 12|
Lots of fluff, but what can you expect from a b-sides album?
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|3.5 great||modernman2 | November 14th 12|
I love this solo album, but that's probably because it sounds a lot like Arcade Fire's Funeral...otherwise I would've rated it higher.
|3.5 great||Dil Samara | November 12th 12|
Ben is definitely playing it safe, as he has been doing with Death Cab for a few years now. Notwithstanding, this is a great collection of Indie tracks accumulated over the years of recording with his band. One can definitely hear shades of records past on certain tracks and, therefore, the time in which they were recorded.
|3.0 good||beverboy899 | October 16th 12|
less catchy, less awe-inspiring lyrics than DCFC but still better than most stuff out there
|0.0 ||larrytheslug | October 9th 12|
ben gibbard = 'berries and cream guy' from those old starburst commercials.
|3.5 great||boydn | September 5th 16|
|2.5 average||Skoj | August 9th 14|
|3.0 good||Point1 | March 30th 14|
|2.5 average||zillah | March 18th 13|
|3.0 good||Minus. | December 16th 12|
|3.5 great||Rudy K. STAFF | October 3rd 12|
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