Quintessential Albums :: Give Up :: The Postal Service

Give Up :: The Postal Service Quintessential Albums A Little History: Give Up is an album by the electronic pop duo The Postal Service, which was released on February 19, 2003. Give Up was the second Sub Pop Records release to receive platinum status, and was Sub Pop’s best selling album after Nirvana’s Bleach. Give Up peaked at # 114 on the U.S. Billboard 200 Album Chart during its initial release. The 2013 10th Anniversary re-issue of Give Up peaked at # 114, in April 2013. As of January 2013, the album sold 1.1 million copies. The Postal Service began … Continue reading Quintessential Albums :: Give Up :: The Postal Service

Suddenly everything has changed

“Driving home, the sky accelerates, and the clouds all form, a geometric shape, and it goes fast, you think of the past.” I’ve been reading this book of poetry that deals with the lifespan of a relationship from the writer’s perspective. each poem is a glimpse into a moment of these two people, allowing the reader to peer momentarily through the often blurry window pane, and then the image fades, shifts, and evolves. It is both a beautiful and painful read to me because the voice in the poetry, the colored lens I am seeing through as I read, is … Continue reading Suddenly everything has changed