Dntel ‎– Life Is Full Of Possibilities

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1 Umbrella
Vocals – Chris Gunst
4:43
2 Anywhere Anyone
Lyrics By – Josh Melnick, Mia Doi ToddVocals – Mia Doi Todd
4:37
3 Pillowcase 3:30
4 Fear Of Corners 5:26
5 Suddenly Is Sooner Than You Think
Lyrics By – Dntel, Meredith FigurineVocals – Meredith Figurine
5:43
6 Life Is Full Of Possibilities 6:30
7 Why I'm So Unhappy
Guitar – Brian McMahanLyrics By – Brian McMahan, Rachel HadenVocals – Rachel Haden
7:00
8 Fireworks 6:48
9 (This Is) The Dream Of Evan And Chan
Vocals, Lyrics By – Benjamin Gibbard*
5:44
10 Last Songs
Guitar – Paul Larson
4:42

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Notes

Recorded and mixed 2000-2001 at Dying Songs, Los Angeles.

P+C 2001 Plug Research Records. Marketed by Plug Research.

Issued in a standard Digipak with four page booklet.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode: 6 12651 00322 6
  • Label Code: LC: 11260

Other Versions (5 of 5) View All

Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
SP955 Dntel Life Is Full Of Possibilities(LP, Red + LP, Whi + Album, RE) Sub Pop SP955 US 2011 Sell This Version
PR320106CD, PR320105CD Dntel Life Is Full Of Possibilities(CD, Album) Plug Research, Plug Research PR320106CD, PR320105CD Europe 2001 Sell This Version
SP 955 Dntel Life Is Full Of Possibilities(CD, Album, RE, RM + CD, Comp) Sub Pop SP 955 US 2011 Sell This Version
SP955 Dntel Life Is Full Of Possibilities(2xLP, Album) Sub Pop SP955 US 2011 Sell This Version
SP955 Dntel Life Is Full Of Possibilities (Deluxe)(23xFile, MP3, 320) Sub Pop SP955 US 2011

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gnuman

gnuman

October 8, 2012
Over all a good album, the best track is probably The Dream of Evan and Chan.
scoundrel

scoundrel

April 21, 2004

Dntel, with his album <I>Life Is Full of Possibilities</I>, fully exploits the pastoral/electronica wave that’s been rejuvenating IDM –- a nice contrast to the drill ‘n’ bass that many people associate with IDM. Instead, he offers the delicate vocals of “Anywhere Anyone” or the quiet trilling of “Pillowcase.” The beats, for the most part, and subdued and clicky, the melodies designed to sneak up on you. “Suddenly is Sooner Than You Think” has what sounds like a reprocessed and skipping accordion running through it, trailed by the whispery vocals of Meredith Figurine. “Why I’m So Unhappy” has the vocal contribution of Rachel Haden, whose rock ‘n’ roll timbre offers a different texture. There’s also the indie rock/IDM hybrid of “(This Is) The Dream of Evan and Chan” and the amassing of guitar, strings and glitch on the operatic “Last Songs.” Not only is life full of possibilities, but music is too.