Give Up (Deluxe 10th Anniversary Edition) - The Postal Service

Give Up (Deluxe 10th Anniversary Edition)

The Postal Service

  • Genre: Electronic
  • Release Date: 2013-04-09
  • Explicitness: notExplicit
  • Country: USA
  • Track Count: 25
  • ℗ 2013 Sub Pop Records

Give Up (Deluxe 10th Anniversary Edition) ◷ preview

Title Artist Time
The District Sleeps Alone Toni The Postal Service 4:43
Such Great Heights The Postal Service 4:26
Sleeping In The Postal Service 4:21
Nothing Better The Postal Service 3:46
Recycled Air The Postal Service 4:29
Clark Gable The Postal Service 4:54
We Will Become Silhouettes The Postal Service 5:00
This Place Is a Prison The Postal Service 3:54
Brand New Colony The Postal Service 4:12
Natural Anthem The Postal Service 5:08
Turn Around The Postal Service 3:45
A Tattered Line of String The Postal Service 2:56
Be Still My Heart The Postal Service 3:03
There's Never Enough Time The Postal Service 3:32
Suddenly Everything Has Change The Postal Service 3:52
Against All Odds (Take a Look The Postal Service 4:17
Grow Old With Me The Postal Service 2:30
Such Great Heights (John Tejad The Postal Service 5:48
The District Sleeps Alone Toni The Postal Service 6:54
Be Still My Heart (Nobody Remi The Postal Service 3:54
We Will Become Silhouettes (Ma The Postal Service 5:05
Nothing Better (Styrofoam Remi The Postal Service 3:27
Recycled Air (Live On KEXP) The Postal Service 2:59
We Will Become Silhouettes The Shins 3:01
Such Great Heights Iron & Wine 4:16


  • Jesus christ

    By Nvjds3
    I hadn't heard these songs in a decade.... they hit me like a truck. Such amazing music, its such a shame that they only made one album
  • cool group

    By aurathoma
    The postal service has some unique tunes I really do like "such great heights" and they have some other good tracks too. Would like to see more from them in the future.
  • Nothing better

    By Smashdahulk
    Okay so I've had a song stuck in my head since I was like 9 and I found it nothing better omg
  • :/

    By ThatgirlwholovesOwlCity
    Sorry I prefer Owl City. I feel he has more creativity.
  • Should have left the legend alone.

    By Williamg88
    These new songs miss the mark. They don't have the raw emotional power of the originals. To many BPM and he sings like he's performing with owl city. I've partied to TPS and cried to TPS and I'm telling you if that old sound is what you're looking for then don't buy this.
  • A big disappointment! Do not buy album or any song!.

    By Mnm 58
    So people kept saying on the review for l Owl City's latest album that they Copied off the postal service well People guess what this does not sound Like electronic at all!.and I don't care About that they "copied😒" off of them!. This is actually cheep crap!.This,in my Own opinion complete garbage!!!!!!. One review on owl city's album said It was garbage,and this was better ooo Oooo heck no!.
  • Nothin wrong with this music

    By Oscar da bro
    I love their music,hands down
  • Love this music!!

    By Vanderveer
    I heard this song years ago and I loved it! I just recently found out the name of the song and band. You guys are my heros'.
  • Totally love this album!

    By Mario Yohanes
    I've been waiting for them to come back, 2 new songs just another prove Jimmy and Ben hasn't lost their touch… I love to see what they're going to do next with The Postal Service. Jimmy and Ben, I know The Postal Service doesn't meant for regular project of yours, but please keep it coming will you… One or two songs every year is good enough for me, I'll buy all EPs or mini album or single as long as it comes from The Postal Service!
  • A Wonderful Reminder of a Classic

    By Saint Logos
    This album was the first popular work in Indietronica, one of my favorite musical Genres. I think I left a poorly thought-out review of the original, so here's the redemption. This is an interesting, touching album. It's modest, with subtle melodies, cold synths, and melancholy vocals, but it has a pretty unique style to it. This style of depthy vocals and electronic instruments has been taken in many different directions by artists such as Adam Young, Ellie Goulding, Passion Pitt, and numerous others over the years who have achieved their own succes. We owe a lot to this. Some of the music sounds a bit underproduced and lacking in compositional value, but over time it all grows on you and earns it's own charm. It's relaxing, mentally challenging, and just a little bit romantic. Such Great Heights uses Techno beats and a blissfull chorus to win you over right away, and the rest of the work slowly works it's way into your heart and creates nostalgia. That being said, the new songs are beautiful. Grow Old With me brings that same bittersweet love that Ben Gibbard is known for and demonstrates some musical growth that has taken place since the initial release of the album. I've only got one major complaint: There is no option to complete album. I don't want to buy this whole thing when I already owned some of the last version. Anyway, it's a joy just to see these guys do something under this moniker again, and I'm overjoyed that people aren't arguing over Adam Young's project "Owl City" Vs. "The Postal Service" any more. Ben and Adam wouldn't want that, and I hate to see the fans of two great artists fight.