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Double 180gm vinyl LP pressing. 2011 album from the Alt-Rock heroes. The album breaks away, though not completely, from the guitar-driven style of the band known so well to fans, making use of piano and electronically centered songs that will undoubtedly meet their expectations.

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J. Loudon
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Less Death, More Cutie
Reviewed in the United States on September 22, 2011
Although easily still one of the world''s most prominent "indie" bands, Death Cab for Cutie has evolved in some way with each of their albums. Releasing their first album, "Something About Airplanes," in 1999, Death Cab''s musical landscape has built up from low fidelity... See more
Although easily still one of the world''s most prominent "indie" bands, Death Cab for Cutie has evolved in some way with each of their albums. Releasing their first album, "Something About Airplanes," in 1999, Death Cab''s musical landscape has built up from low fidelity tunes with complex structures to neatly polished studio productions that border on pop music.

Despite these changes, the lyrics have managed to maintain a similar subject matter throughout the 21st century. Ben Gibbard, the lead singer and chief songwriter for Death Cab for Cutie, has always had bit of a dark cloud hanging over his head and a knack for translating his feelings into colorful, heartfelt lyrics. On 2008''s "Narrow Stairs," Gibbard''s sullen mood seemed to have hit its peak with tracks like "You Can Do Better Than Me" poetically emphasizing his state of mind while still finding enough musical beauty to more than satisfy both fans and critics alike.

"Codes and Keys," Death Cab for Cutie''s first album in three years, finds the band in their biggest transition since their move to a major label on 2005''s "Plans." The reason for the noticeable change between albums this time is none other than Zooey Deschanel, an actress as well as the "she" in the band She and Him. In September or 2009, Gibbard and Deschanel were married and ever since Gibbard has had fewer reasons to frown or write sad songs.

Most fans received their first taste of "Codes and Keys" when "You Are a Tourist" was released as a single on March 28th. By the time Gibbard sings "There''s nothing to fear, save the tears" it becomes clear Deschanel has turned the songwriter''s frown upside down. With the exception of a looped back introduction, the remainder of "You Are a Tourist" is actually quite similar to Death Cab''s previous two records musically, but lyrically, Death Cab has taken a 180.

The opening track on "Codes and Keys," "Home is a Fire," once again acknowledges Gibbard''s latest state of mind as well his new home address of Los Angeles. During the chorus, Gibbard sings "Plates they will shift, houses will shake, fences will drift, we will awake only to find nothing''s the same." Nothing, in fact, is the same on "Home is a Fire." Opening with distorted vocals and a stripped down instrumental section void almost entirely of any variation of guitar, this is not the same Death Cab for Cutie emotional twenty-somethings with dark-rimmed glasses remember. However, "Home is a Fire" offers the perfect introduction to the band''s first major mood swing.

The title track, "Codes and Keys," follows "Home is a Fire" with a slightly more familiar formula, but still finds the guitar hidden behind a honky-tonk piano and a sweeping string arrangement. Wearing many hats these days, guitarist Chris Walla is also the chief producer and composer on "Codes and Keys," so although his main instrument may not be as prominent as previous records, it''s safe to say Ben Gibbard would never consider making a Death Cab record without him.

As "Codes and Keys" progresses and takes shape, the lack of guitar work begins to define the album as a whole. Previous smash hits like "Soul Meets Body" and the dark love song "I Will Follow You Into the Dark" relied heavily on the guitar, as most bands do, but potential singles of the future, "Monday Morning" and "Under the Sycamore" as well as the playful "Portable Television" that separates the two tracks all utilize piano and synthesized sounds as the key backing instrumentation.

Just as "I Will Possess Your Heart," clung tightly to listeners'' eardrums for over eight minutes in 2008, Death Cab''s newest blossoming masterpiece, "Unobstructed Views," is the longest track on "Codes and Keys." With an instrumental introduction that lasts exactly half the length of the song, "Unobstructed Views" may not reach the radio waves, but the beauty Death Cab finds in the midst of their latest techniques is stunning.

Ben Gibbard may be happier these days, but he does find an opportunity to be negative toward the end of the record on "St. Peter''s Cathedral." Without offering any alternative views or playing devil''s advocate, Gibbard casually denies the existence of Heaven saying, "When our hearts stop ticking, this is the end." For anyone still left in doubt, Gibbard repeats, "there''s nothing past it" over and over again as the track fades out. Perhaps now that he has found love, success and happiness in his life, Gibbard is focusing his pent up negativity on the afterlife now.

With most of Death Cab for Cutie''s longtime fans growing up on less than uplifting tunes, Death Cab closes their latest effort with some advice for each of them in "Stay Young, Go Dancing." It doesn''t typically take seven albums, but most bands eventually grows out of their period of angst and heartbreak. Many fans of Death Cab''s earliest records may find "Codes and Keys" somewhat disappointing, but after over a decade of love and loss, a change of mood may be just what Death Cab for Cutie and their fans need to carry them through the next decade.

Similar Artists: Bright Eyes, The Decemberists

Track Suggestion: "Codes and Keys"
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Cas
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Catchy, but not in style
Reviewed in the United States on May 17, 2014
I really love Death Cab, and have for a really long time. Their music hits that perfect chord between hopelessness and wit, and because of their standard fair I find this album lacking. Is it a good enough album? Sure. The music is catchy and it''s good for passing the... See more
I really love Death Cab, and have for a really long time. Their music hits that perfect chord between hopelessness and wit, and because of their standard fair I find this album lacking. Is it a good enough album? Sure. The music is catchy and it''s good for passing the time. But it is NOTHING like a normal Death Cab CD. The only song that even comes close is "St. Peters Cathedral", and even that lacks the usual feeling put into the music.

For the most part, a lot of the songs seem phoned-in and lack any of the real emotion that the other albums have. You''re not going to find anything like Transatlanticism or Styrofoam Plates or even I Will Follow You Into the Dark on this album. That said, if you''re not looking for something that smacks of DCfC or are just a casual fan, then there are some good tracks on this album. Home is a Fire, St. Peters Cathedral, and Stay Young, Go Dancing are all excellent tracks.
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Atlas the Ridgeback
3.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
A bit boring
Reviewed in the United States on November 18, 2012
After a mediocre album in Narrow Stairs, I wanted to give DCFC a chance to prove their mettle and impress me with something that could hold a candle to Plans. This is not that album. While it is enjoyable overall, I felt that several songs are... See more
After a mediocre album in Narrow Stairs, I wanted to give DCFC a chance to prove their mettle and impress me with something that could hold a candle to Plans.

This is not that album.

While it is enjoyable overall, I felt that several songs are repetitive and dull, sounding oddly similar to other songs on the album. "Some Boys" is a prime example of this -- 95% of the lyrics start out with, you guessed it, "some boys...". Not exactly the lyrics I''ve come to expect from the writers of "Summer Skin" and "What Sarah Said."
"Unobstructed views" is basically a new (and not improved) version of "Passenger Seat."
The strongest track on the album is the first one, "Home is a Fire." I''m convinced the band knew this, and thought they could get away with convincing everyone that this would be a good intro to what could''ve been a strong album. Well, they fooled me once, but I''m not too sure I''ll be as quick to buy their next album (if they get that far).
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Michi ElleTop Contributor: Coloring
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
This is a great album and my favorite track on here was indeed ...
Reviewed in the United States on October 23, 2015
This is a great album and my favorite track on here was indeed the song Codes and Keys. I had listened to this album for free first on Spotify and that was when I decided to get this album since I ended liking so many of the tracks on there. The same goes for Death Cab''s... See more
This is a great album and my favorite track on here was indeed the song Codes and Keys. I had listened to this album for free first on Spotify and that was when I decided to get this album since I ended liking so many of the tracks on there. The same goes for Death Cab''s other album, Photo Album. It is catchy but the way each song moves you makes this album stand out. Everyone check it out on Spotify if you are uncertain and wanna listen to all the tracks before making a decision like I did. Anyways, I love it.
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Maryann
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
great
Reviewed in the United States on June 30, 2021
love this CD, Bought used, not a scratch on CD and case is in great shape. Great price. Came when stated, will buy from this seller again.
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CU2MRO
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Borderline indie/gazer genre.....well done!
Reviewed in the United States on July 12, 2013
When you get home and you feel like you are as tight as a drumhead emotionally......just play- what I call #mindpharma music from so many great indie bands! There has been a tremendous resurgence in what was once known as the 90''s shoe gazer genre. It has evolved to the... See more
When you get home and you feel like you are as tight as a drumhead emotionally......just play- what I call #mindpharma music from so many great indie bands! There has been a tremendous resurgence in what was once known as the 90''s shoe gazer genre. It has evolved to the point where you can easily lose an hour or two IF you just close your eyes ....and relax your mind and body. Close your eyes and take a few deep breaths.....then listen! And RELAX! On twitter follow me and I will follow back ( @CU2MRO) as I and a bunch of others are all discovering new bands, s/s''rs, etc. ENJOY!!
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DC
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Falls flat compared to their last release of Narrow Stairs, but another great album no less
Reviewed in the United States on January 3, 2014
Of course, it''s hard to beat Narrow Stairs when that IS my favorite album of theirs. ;) This album keeps their usual style of uplifting trill and poetic allusions, but it has not stuck to me as much as other albums have... I''d recommend the albums Narrow Stairs, Plans, or... See more
Of course, it''s hard to beat Narrow Stairs when that IS my favorite album of theirs. ;) This album keeps their usual style of uplifting trill and poetic allusions, but it has not stuck to me as much as other albums have... I''d recommend the albums Narrow Stairs, Plans, or Transatlanticism for those curious music goers new to DCFC before this.

It is DEFINITELY still worth a purchase though, my favorite from this album is Underneath The Sycamore (if you''re considering purchasing, please watch their music video on youtube! Stunning production), but Some Boys, Monday Morning, St. Peter''s Cathedral, and Stay Young Go Dancing have become additional favorites.
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Amanda Andonian
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Enjoyable, though missing a certain something...
Reviewed in the United States on August 18, 2011
I really enjoy Death Cab, and this album certainly had me humming happily for weeks--I couldn''t get enough of it! However, after a while, I sort of felt like there was something missing from this album. Though it has a very upbeat, yet mellow tone throughout, I found myself... See more
I really enjoy Death Cab, and this album certainly had me humming happily for weeks--I couldn''t get enough of it! However, after a while, I sort of felt like there was something missing from this album. Though it has a very upbeat, yet mellow tone throughout, I found myself wishing that there was a "Bixby Canyon Bridge," "Marching Bands of Manhattan," or "Title and Registration" type song. I feel like those three songs are kind of the anthems of their respective albums, and they stand out as such, but I didn''t get the sense that "Codes and Keys" has that. Still, I really enjoy this album, and it''s a nice listen when I want to relax.
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SJR
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Different sound, but same great band
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on June 23, 2011
I didn''t know what to expect from this album since I was reading loads of reviews about the "different sound." Naturally apprehensive, since I had no problem at all with the "old" sound! All I can say is that may be true, but the music is still incredible. You get the usual...See more
I didn''t know what to expect from this album since I was reading loads of reviews about the "different sound." Naturally apprehensive, since I had no problem at all with the "old" sound! All I can say is that may be true, but the music is still incredible. You get the usual understated tones, which still pack a punch. I bought this for my husband since they are his favourite band (and mine), and from first listen, we were impressed. I could go on, but seriously - buy the album and see for yourself. You just can''t go wrong with this band...
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Archi
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Four Stars
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on May 16, 2018
Not all the songs are brilliant, but it''s growing on me.
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jeff kewn
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Five Stars
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on November 17, 2017
great
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Theshafty
5.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Please play me loud !
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on September 29, 2015
Great album from track one, with the quirky sounds you expect from DCFC , if you buy it play it loud and several times in a row, and like me you will be hooked :-)
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Nick Redfern
4.0 out of 5 starsVerified Purchase
Sublime
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on August 19, 2011
A true gem amongst cubic zircona. Ben Gibbard delivers in style, with lush tunes amongst the promised lack of guitars. Appreciate the lyrical twists and turns coupled with the musical delights. If you like DCFC, you''ll love this.
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