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Fantastic, Fantastic, Very Fantastic

This album is simply fantastic. Mangan's complex, sweet, poignant and multi-layered songwriting stands out almost as much as his distinct and powerful voice. The album rolls in on a storm (Road Regrets), reminds you to love (Robots), captures your heart (every song!), holds on to your memories (Basket) and stuns you with honesty (Et Les Mots Croises, Set the Sails). The richness and depth of this album set it apart. It is one of those rare works that captures you from the beginning and somehow manages to draw you deeper every time you listen to it. This is permanent playlist material.

Great Album

Really this is one you should buy...I did and it's the first time I've bought anything on Itunes.

Winner of the 2010 Polaris Prixe

That's my commitment to you.

A shockingly strong album from start to finish.


Born: April 28, 1983 in Smithers, British Columbia, Canad

Genre: Alternative

Years Active: '00s, '10s

While growing up in Vancouver, songwriter Dan Mangan immersed himself in his parents’ record collection, paying special attention to albums by Nick Drake and the Beatles. Folk and pop thus became two of his biggest influences, and Mangan combined both genres while writing his own songs as a teenager. At 20 years old, he made his solo debut by releasing an acoustic EP, with the full-length Postcards and Daydreaming following two years later. Postcards and Daydreaming was later released in America,...
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