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Life Is Full Of Possibilities

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Label: Sub Pop Records
Jimmy Tamborello's groundbreaking 2001 album as Dntel is best remembered as the place The Postal Service came together, thanks to "(This Is) The Dream of Evan and Chan," an indie-tronic instant classic featuring future partner Benjamin Gibbard. But Dntel's LP is more varied and more daring than The Postal Service's fluttery electronic emo, from ambient interludes to lush electronic pop. This deluxe edition includes the remastered album plus outtakes, demos and remixes from the likes of Lali Puna, Barbara Morgenstern and Superpitcher, whose "Evan and Chan" rework is a classic in its own right.

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Jimmy Tamborello's groundbreaking 2001 album as Dntel is best remembered as the place The Postal Service came together, thanks to "(This Is) The Dream of Evan and Chan," an indie-tronic instant classic featuring future partner Benjamin Gibbard. But Dntel's LP is more varied and more daring than The Postal Service's fluttery electronic emo, from ambient interludes to lush electronic pop. This deluxe edition includes the remastered album plus outtakes, demos and remixes from the likes of Lali Puna, Barbara Morgenstern and Superpitcher, whose "Evan and Chan" rework is a classic in its own right.

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About This Album

Jimmy Tamborello's groundbreaking 2001 album as Dntel is best remembered as the place The Postal Service came together, thanks to "(This Is) The Dream of Evan and Chan," an indie-tronic instant classic featuring future partner Benjamin Gibbard. But Dntel's LP is more varied and more daring than The Postal Service's fluttery electronic emo, from ambient interludes to lush electronic pop. This deluxe edition includes the remastered album plus outtakes, demos and remixes from the likes of Lali Puna, Barbara Morgenstern and Superpitcher, whose "Evan and Chan" rework is a classic in its own right.