Life Is Full of Possibilities [Deluxe Edition] Image
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  • Summary: The rerelease of the electronic producer's 2001 album includes Ben Gibbard (who later formed The Postal Service with Jimmy Tamborello), Rachel Haden, Mai Doi Todd, Meredith Figurine, and Chris Gunst.
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  1. Nov 15, 2011
    88
    For a record fixated on personal nostalgia, Life Is Full of Possibilities still feels bright-eyed and forward-thinking.
  2. Nov 15, 2011
    80
    It's a good reminder of the compelling work he was doing outside of that other act he got involved with, and is certainly worth a revisit.
  3. 80
    It was a captivating listen then, and remains so now.
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  1. Jan 19, 2012
    9
    When it comes to electronic/glitch albums like these, you are looking for creativity and the ability to evoke something from the listener, and this album achieves that and a lot more. With tracks that dip, dive, and turn from ambient to glitch to dubstep and more, this album touches a lot of musical genres without sounding like the artist is reaching. There are even a few tracks with beautiful vocals, and lyrics that are a tribute to nostalgia. A must listen. Collapse