Only 1500 pieces. Individually numbered & signed by the band. Vinyl box set includes recordings never before available on vinyl. Available for pre-order now.

This deluxe box set contains all of Death Cab for Cutie's early albums and E.P.s, some never before available on vinyl. All the records from the original 1997 cassette-only “demo” You Can Play These Songs With Chords (originally released via the band’s first label, Bellingham, WA-based Elsinor) through 2001’s The Stability E.P. have been re-mastered by Roger Seibel at SAE, bringing the audio quality of those pressings up to that of the band’s ground-breaking classic 2003 opus (and final studio release via Barsuk) Transatlanticism. Three releases in the package (You Can Play These Songs With Chords, The Stability E.P., and The Death Cab for Cutie Forbidden Love E.P.) are available for the first time on vinyl, only as a part of this box – the entire set is pressed on hefty, beautiful 180-gram vinyl. Each release is packaged individually in its own jacket with the album’s original artwork, and then collected snugly in an individually-numbered cloth-bound box and signed by the band.


      - You Can Play These Songs With Cords (33 rpm; vinyl exclusive to this box set – jacket features original cassette artwork)
      - Something About Airplanes (33 rpm; die-cut jacket and layered vellum insert)
      - We Have the Facts and We're Voting Yes (33 rpm; die-cut jacket)
      - The Death Cab for Cutie Forbidden Love E.P. (45 rpm; vinyl exclusive to this box set)
      - The Photo Album (33 rpm; includes original full-size photo inserts)
      - The Stability E.P. (45 rpm; vinyl exclusive to this box set)
      - Transatlanticism (45 rpm double-vinyl with full-size 12-page book insert)
      - Numbered cloth-bound box, individually signed by the band


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*By now, many of you have received your set, and you may be wondering why several of the records are mislabeled. It has been discovered that the records were mixed up at the manufacturing plant during production. We are looking into this issue and are working diligently to understand how this mix-up occurred. Rest assured, we will fix each and every one of the sets that are mislabeled. This will require us to have the mislabeled albums remanufactured and reshipped out to you. We do not yet know when we can expect to receive the remanufactured albums, but we are working to provide an anticipated shipping date as soon as possible. Once again, please accept our deepest apologies, and we ask for your patience while we work to correct this issue.