Narrow Stairs

Narrow Stairs

by Death Cab for Cutie

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Release Date: 05/13/2008
Label: Atlantic
UPC: 0075678994654
catalogNumber: 452796
Rank: 6801

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Narrow Stairs 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 25 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This is one Cd you need to buy
Guest More than 1 year ago
Gibbard continues to impress me. A masterful song writer to say the least. I like how they shifted from their normal upbeat stuff to a more serious, sad state. Great Stuff!
Guest More than 1 year ago
some death cab fans who have been around since the begining may not like this album, but i love it! i love every song on the album and recommened it to everyone. definatly a great album to get!
Guest More than 1 year ago
I am a massive Death Cab fan, and I think that Transatlanticism and Plans are two of the best albums in my library. That said, this is the most boring, disconnected, disappointing and lyrically mundane thing I have heard from Death Cab yet. Buy it because it deserves a listen, if only to prove to yourself that they messed up. They could not have destroyed the concept of a flowing album like Transatlanticism more if they tried.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This CD is different yet similar to there others being that it still sound like DC4C Music. I have only been a fan for about a year or so. They took Indie rock and dropped there quirky lyrics to something more real and sing about situations in life that appear. It is a good album
Guest More than 1 year ago
While there are a lot of up-tempo, musically exciting songs on this album, the lyrics can sometimes be even more depressing than previous projects. With Plans, the sadness was a sort of optimistic melancholy, whereas here there is more of a fevered depression. Don't get me wrong. Narrow Stairs is catchy and memorable, and possibly even better than Plans (and if not, just as good), only different. I don't agree with the reviews that say this album is a complete departure from Death Cab's style, however. There is a little bit of experimentation, such as the eight minute song, four minutes of which is an instrumental "jam" session. Definitely worth picking up, especially if you're already a fan.
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have only been a fan of DCFC for alittle bit. Prior to hearing Posses your heart I realized that this was not the Death Cab For Cutie I started to like. although I do not hate it it is still good. If you are a fan of Death Cab For cutie you might Like it but it is not what we are used too the band went more serious lyrics and strayed from ther quirky ones
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have been a death cab fan since "facts" and this is definitely up there as one of their better albums in the repertoire, easily making their top 3 albums behind "we have the facts and we are voting yes" and "transatlanticism" respectively. Ben Gibbard, yet again, comes through with beautiful lyrics that paint the picture in your head of love, losing someone, etc. While producer, Chris Walla, makes everything seem as though it is one big flowing story, moving seamlessly from track to track. Thank you Ben, Chris, Nick, and Jason for righting the wrong that was done with the mix tape that was "plans" and making a truly beautiful masterpiece. there is no true reasons even needed for why this one is the top of the billboard 200.
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