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Death Cab for Cutie announce limited edition vinyl box set, The Barsuk Years

Death Cab for Cutie announce limited edition vinyl box set, The Barsuk Years

by Craig Knittle, 04 December 2012

Death Cab for Cutie have announced a limited edition vinyl box set called The Barsuk Years, due January by Artists in Residence. The set will include all of their earlier studio albums released by Barsuk, some of which have never been available before on vinyl. There will be only 1500 copies, with each set being personally signed by the band. This will be a great late holiday gift for your Gibbard and Co.-obsessed friends.

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