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The Postal Service; Give Up; Such Great Heights Lyrics. The Postal Service – Such Great Heights and I can't stop listening to. I have had the CD for over a year and its just as good as the first time i heard it. I could listen to it over and over again. I need this album. xmsamberxon June 19, Link. No Replies Log in to 5/5(5).
2. Such Great Heights 3. Sleeping In 4. Nothing Better 5. Recycled Air 6. Clark Gable 7. We Will Become Silhouettes 8. This Place Is a Prison 9. Brand New Colony Natural Anthem Turn Around A Tattered Line of String Be Still My Heart There’s Never Enough Time Suddenly Everything Has Changed Against All Odds (Take a.
Apr 09, · Even though early on the members of The Postal Service jokingly referred to Such Great Heights as “the hit” on their debut album, Give Up, there’s no way anyone could have predicted the eventual impact made by a mail-order album designed in a pair of West Coast bedrooms.
Give Up is the only studio album by American indie band The Postal Service, released on February 18, , through Sub Pop Records.. The band began as a side project between electronic music artist Jimmy Tamborello and Death Cab for Cutie's vocalist Ben esexsioperstilesumconscompesicheck.coinfo two had previously worked together for a track on Dntel's album Life Is Full of Possibilities.
Jul 26, · The Postal Service makes some beautiful bittersweet music. This debut CD caught on fire here in the US, spreading by word of mouth and also by radio play, with the single "Such Great Heights" capturing the attention of the alternative rock radio crowd. So what is the music like?/5().
Jan 23, · Such Great Heights - EP The Postal Service 2 There's Never Enough Time 3 We Will Become Silhouettes The Shins 4 Such Great Heights Iron & Wine 4 Songs, 15 Minutes Released: Jan 23, ℗ Sub Pop; Also Available in iTunes More By The Postal Service See All. Give Up (Deluxe 10th Anniversary Edition).
Even though early on the members of The Postal Service jokingly referred to “Such Great Heights” as “the hit” on their debut album, Give Up, there’s no way anyone could have predicted the eventual impact made by a mail-order album designed in a pair of West Coast bedrooms.