In 2003, Death Cab for Cutie released Transatlanticism, which in my opinion, is the best of their albums. Of course, that doesn't mean that I didn't think Plans was phenomenal, or that Narrow Stairs wasn't good as well, I just love Translatlanticism. It kinds of defined their sound, with catchy, moody, songs with stories told. Among the favorites on the album itself is the fourth track, Expo '86. If you haven't heard this album, you're missing out.