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Death Cab For Cutie - I Was A Kaleidoscope (CD)

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  1. "I Was a Kaleidoscope" is a song by American band Death Cab for Cutie, the second single from their third album The Photo Album, released on 15 October, It is an upbeat song consisting of guitars and drums, with keyboards and loops completing the soundscape that the band builds up with the initial guitar riff and drum and bass line.
  2. Death Cab for Cutie has released nine studio albums, five extended plays (EPs), a demo tape, a digital album, one live album, thirty-two singles (including one as featured artist), nine music videos, and two reidebcodichenmeresziedemabedmu.coinfo Cab for Cutie is an American indie rock group from Bellingham, Washington and was formed in by Ben Gibbard as a side project from Pinwheel.
  3. Death Cab For Cutie ‎– The Photo Album I Was A Kaleidoscope: B3: Styrofoam Plates: B4: Coney Island: B5: Debate Exposes Doubt: Notes CSD Release. Contains "Gridlock Carvans" which previously was a vinyl exclusive track. Contains an mp3 download of the album. Death Cab For Cutie: The Photo Album /5(8).
  4. Death Cab For Cutie "I Was A Kaleidoscope": Death Cab For Cutie Lyrics. album: "The Photo Album" () Steadier Footing. A Movie Script Ending. We Laugh Indoors. Information Travels Faster. Why You'd Want To Live Here. Blacking Out The Friction. I Was A Kaleidoscope.
  5. Oct 09,  · I Was a Kaleidoscope Lyrics. 8. Styrofoam The Photo Album is the third studio album by indie rock band Death Cab for Cutie, released on October 9, “The Photo Album” Q&A.
  6. This item: The Photo Album by Death Cab for Cutie Audio CD $ Only 1 left in stock - order soon. Includes "I Was A Kaleidoscope". Go Unlimited Try now Get a special offer and listen to over 60 million songs, anywhere with Amazon Music Unlimited. Renews automatically. New subscribers only/5(96).
  7. Playlist · 19 Songs — Emerging from the Pacific Northwest in the late '90s, Death Cab for Cutie played noisy, complex songs that split the difference between intense emo and intimate indie rock. With the release of their fourth album, Transatlanticism, the band unveiled a more polished and visceral sound, and they soon earned major critical acclaim, propelled by the surprise success of.

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