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So Says I
July 21, 2003
℗ 2003 Sub Pop Records
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Gone For Good (Alternate Version)
September 23, 2003
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You Can Play These Songs with Chords is an early demo from the rock band Death Cab for Cutie, which at the time consisted entirely of founder Ben Gibbard. This demo was originally released on cassette by Elsinor Records. It proved so popular, Gibbard recruited other musicians to make a full band, which would go on to record Something About Airplanes, the band's debut studio album.
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