I listened to Death Cab For Cutie - The Photo Album today for the first time in about two years, and forgot how wonderful it is. Styrofoam Plates in particular, the lyrics are stirringly honest and sad, especially the start - "There's a saltwater film on the jar of your ashes; I threw them to the sea, but a gust blew them backwards and the sting in my eyes
that you then inflicted was par for the course just as when you were living."
Which albums have you rediscovered recently? And also, how long does it take you to become familiar with an album? I sometimes find that records never quite click - I've listened to Fleet Foxes so many times, and although I like it, none of the songs have started to sound familiar yet.