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4.6 out of 5
1.7K Ratings
1.7K Ratings
BombsFromPortland ,

An Airplane Carried Me To Bed

It seems that Adam Young can do no wrong.

He's proven many times that he can create keyboard-driven music that has the power to put a person into the dreamiest, most surreal possible state, and now Adam Young is back with acoustic-driven music that is more heartfelt and genuine than anyone could possibly imagine.

To all who come across this: Please, if you are a fan of music that will literally cause all of your problems melt away, download this album and listen to it. Adam delivers beautiful music here, and everyone on Earth should experience the pleasure of listening to it.

Otter Feathers ,

A. Young

This isn't going to be long and lengthy describing every song in detail. This isn't going to be about how great Adam Young is and how he is so blessed and deserves it all. All that this review needs to be about is the fact that this doesn't come close to five measly blue stars, and a certain A. Young has plenty more sneaky tricks up his feathers; so smile, buy this album, and never stop listening to this talented man for he will continue to grace your little ears for a while longer until "next time" as he happily states. God bless That Adam.

owl city addict ,

Insipring

Once again, Adam Young creates amazing music. Definitely worth the money. It is a little different than his Owl City stuff, but it still has that same familiar, addicting sound that makes this album a must-have. I love it!

About Sky Sailing

Before Owl City, singer/songwriter Adam Young worked on the songs that became his side project Sky Sailing. More acoustic-based than Owl City’s electro-pop, Young wrote and recorded Sky Sailing’s songs in 2006, while he was still a Minnesota metalworker living with his parents. After Owl City’s Ocean Eyes became a hit, the Sky Sailing material was released as An Airplane Carried Me Up to Bed in summer 2010. Though Young did little publicity for it, An Airplane Carried Me Up to Bed did well in its digital version, becoming one of the most-downloaded new albums the week it was released. ~ Heather Phares

ORIGIN
Minnesota
FORMED
2006

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