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The Postal Service - Give Up (plus) MP3
The Postal Service - Give Up (plus) MP3
Performer: The Postal Service
Title: Give Up (plus)
Label: Sub Pop
Country: US
Released: 2005
Style: Synth-pop, Indie Pop
Cat: SPCD 695, SPCD 656
Rating: 4.7/5
Format: MP3, FLAC, WMA
FLAC size: 2393 mb | MP3 size: 1353 mb | WMA size: 2295 mb
Genre: Electronic / Rock

1Natural Anthem5:07
2This Place Is A Prison
Accordion, Keyboards [Additional] – Jimmy TamborelloDrums, Electric Piano – Benjamin Gibbard
3Sleeping In
Backing Vocals – Jenny LewisGuitar – Benjamin GibbardRecorded By [Guitar] – Chris Walla
4We Will Become Silhouettes (Matthew Dear's Not Scared Mix)
Remix, Producer [Additional] – Matthew Dear
5Be Still My Heart
Backing Vocals – Jenny LewisGuitar, Vocals – Benjamin GibbardProgrammed By – Jimmy TamborelloWritten-By, Recorded By, Mixed By – Benjamin Gibbard, Jimmy Tamborello
6We Will Become Silhouettes
Backing Vocals – Jenny LewisKeyboards [Additional] – Benjamin Gibbard
7Nothing Better
Piano – Chris WallaRecorded By [Vocals & Piano] – Chris WallaVocals – Jen Wood
8Recycled Air
Backing Vocals – Jenny LewisGuitar – Benjamin GibbardRecorded By [Guitar] – Chris Walla
9Nothing Better (Styrofoam Remix)
Remix – StyrofoamRemix [Credited To, Remixed & Rebuilt] – Arne Van Petegem
10 Give Up
11 We Will Become Silhouettes
12Such Great Heights
Backing Vocals – Jen WoodGuitar, Keyboards [Additional] – Benjamin GibbardRecorded By [Guitar] – Chris Walla
13We Will Become Silhouettes
Backing Vocals – Jenny LewisProgrammed By – Jimmy TamborelloVocals, Keyboards [Additional] – Benjamin GibbardWritten-By, Recorded By, Mixed By – Benjamin Gibbard, Jimmy Tamborello
14The District Sleeps Alone Tonight
Backing Vocals – Jenny LewisGuitar – Benjamin GibbardRecorded By [Guitar] – Chris Walla
15Clark Gable
Backing Vocals – Jenny LewisDrums – Benjamin GibbardRecorded By [Drums] – Chris Walla
16Brand New Colony
Backing Vocals – Jenny LewisGuitar, Drums – Benjamin GibbardRecorded By [Guitar] – Chris Walla


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
SPCD 595The Postal Service Give Up ‎(CD, Album)Sub PopSPCD 595US2003
SP 1045The Postal Service Give Up ‎(LP, Album, RE, RM + 2xLP, Comp + Dlx, 10t)Sub PopSP 1045US2013
HPR 070The Postal Service Give Up ‎(CD, Album)Houston Party RecordsHPR 070Spain2003
noneThe Postal Service Give Up ‎(CDr, Album, RE, RM + CDr, Comp + Dlx, Promo, 10t)Sub PopnoneUK2013
AGCD595The Postal Service Give Up ‎(CD, Album)Avant Garden RecordsAGCD595Taiwan2003


  • DesignJeff Kleinsmith
  • Lyrics ByBenjamin Gibbard
  • Performer [The Postal Service Is]Benjamin Gibbard, Jimmy Tamborello
  • Photography By [Images]Al Columbia
  • Programmed ByJimmy Tamborello
  • Recorded By, Mixed ByThe Postal Service
  • Written-ByThe Postal Service


Double CD reissue including the single release 'We Will Become Silhouettes'


  • Barcode (As printed.): 400231702986
  • Matrix / Runout: wea mfg. OLYPHANT Z15077 IR SP 595-2 02 M1S24 CI


  • Recorded At – Dying Songs
  • Recorded At – The Hall Of Justice
  • Mixed At – Dying Songs
  • Published By – Dying Songs
  • Published By – Fake Songs
  • Copyright (c) – Sub Pop Records
  • Phonographic Copyright (p) – Sub Pop Records
  • Glass Mastered At – WEA Mfg. Olyphant – Z15077
  • Pressed By – Cinram, Olyphant, PA


Give Up by The Postal Service, released 19 February 2003 1. The District Sleeps Alone Tonight 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 10. Natural Anthem On November 25th, in perfect harmony with the release of the new Postal Service documentary, Everything Will Change, we will be reissuing the single LP version of this classic album, which has been created using the 10th-anniversary remastered tapes. Give Up is the only studio album by American indie band The Postal Service, released on February 18, 2003, 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 Gibbard. The two had previously worked together for a track on Dntel's album Life Is Full of Possibilities. Listen free to The Postal Service Give Up The District Sleeps Alone Tonight, Such Great Heights and more. 10 tracks 45:20. Already assured a place on the best of 2003 cd list, The Postal Services first album Give Up, and the group themselves, have experienced a sudden almost startling rising success. Theyve deftly shaken-up America like a gentle, buzzing electrical storm, sending out wonderfully harmonic, wake up world tones from seemingly everyones stereos. Посмотреть сведения об участниках альбома, рецензии, композиции и приобрести альбом CD от Give Up на Postal Service's only album stands as an indietronic masterpiece and one of the best albums of the Up is, to date, The Postal Services only album. Accompanying this was a 15-minute mini-concertdocumentary. Give Up Q&A. Featuring Jen Wood. Producers Chris Walla & Jimmy Tamborello. Writers Benjamin Gibbard. Accordion Jimmy Tamborello. Songs in album The Postal Service - Give Up 2003. The Postal Service - The District Sleeps Alone Tonight. The Postal Service - Such Great Heights. The Postal Service - Sleeping In. The Postal Service - Nothing Better. The Postal Service - Recycled Air. The Postal Service - Clark Gable. The Postal Service - We Will Become Silhouettes. The Postal Service - This Place Is a Prison. The Postal Service - Brand New Colony. The Postal Service - Natural Anthe. The Postal Service's lone album has proved surprisingly influential, casting a long shadow over the 2000s. Not only did it show up in films and on television- Garden State, Greys Anatomy, . but its songs were covered regularly by a wide range of artists, from Ben Folds to metal act Confide to a ska act called Tip the Van. By not recording a follow-up, the Postal Service never had to strike that impossible balance again- they left it up to Owl City, Hellogoodbye, and too many other imitators to carry the synthpop banner. The Postal Service's dubious legacy often obscures the fact that Give Up is only a good album, not a great one. 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 could easily appear on a Death Cab for Cutie album, minus a synth or two. them sell Give Up in the USPS online store. That's right: Give Up is a federally approved album. Tuesday marks the 10-year anniversary of Give Up's release on Sub Pop, and on April 9, the album will get the reissue treatment, packaged along with a second disc of unreleased tracks, remixes, and other rarities. The Postal Service will also embark on a long-anticipated reunion tour, which begins April 9, and includes a stop at Coachella. But before we get too excited about the upcoming reissue and live dates, let's look back at the Little Album T