8 thoughts on “ The District Sleeps Alone Tonight - The Postal Service - Give Up (CD, Album)

  • It was released as the lead single from their debut studio album, Give Up, on January 21, through Sub Pop Records. The single includes a previously unreleased track, "There's Never Enough Time", and two cover tracks by The Shins and Iron & Wine of " We Will Become Silhouettes " and "Such Great Heights", respectively.
  • The Postal Service; Give Up; The District Sleeps Alone Tonight Lyrics A stranger with your door key Explaining that I am just visiting And I finally seeing Why I was the one worth leaving The district sleeps alone tonight After the bars turn out their lights And send the autos swerving Into the loneliest General CommentMy favourite on.
  • Feb 18,  · For me "Give Up" is just a great album with pop sensibilities/hooks that make the songs stick in your head. The tempo is kind of in the middle so you can chill to it or crank it on a stereo or headphones. For me, highlights are "Brand New Colony", "Clark Gable" and "The District Sleeps Alone Tonight"/5().
  • The Postal Service offers a new single from their album "Give Up," and it's worth every penny. While one of the remixes fails to live up to the original, the cover and other two songs are solid, enjoyable, and thoroughly pleasant to listen to. "District Sleeps Tonight" is a pleasant, slightly melancholy song, ("You seem so out of context/ in this gaudy apartment complex") and the DJ Downfall Remix of that same /5(7).
  • The album exploits the contrast between the cool, clean synths and Gibbard's all-too-human voice to poignant and playful effect, particularly on Give Up's first two tracks. "The District Sleeps Alone" bears Gibbard's trademark songwriting, augmented by glitchy electronics and sliced-and-diced strings, while "Such Great Heights"' pretty pop 7/
  • The original song album is remastered for improved fidelity, but the 15 bonus cuts—with b-sides, remixes, and outtakes—make this an essential commemorative edition for the million-plus fans who turned Give Up into the second best-selling album in the Sub Pop Records catalog (just behind Nirvana's debut, Bleach).
  • The album exploits the contrast between the cool, clean synths and Gibbard's all-too-human voice to poignant and playful effect, particularly on Give Up's first two tracks. "The District Sleeps Alone" bears Gibbard's trademark songwriting, augmented by glitchy electronics and sliced-and-diced strings, while "Such Great Heights"' pretty pop Price: $
  • DC sleeps alone tonight. It seems so out of context In the gaudy apartment complex. A stranger with your door key Explaining that "I'm just visiting". I am finally seeing That I was the one worth leaving. I was the one worth leaving. The district sleeps alone tonight After the bars turn out their lights And send the autos swerving Into the.

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