Death Cab for Cutie's 'Codes' and Eddie Vedder's 'Ukelele': The Fans Weigh In
When Death Cab for Cutie's "Codes and Keys" and Eddie Vedder's "Ukelele Songs" hit stores this week, Billboard.com offered our Twitter-length track-by-track reviews of each album, then we asked fans of the pop and country megastars to send us their own 140-character reviews on Twitter (@billboarddotcom), using the hashtags #bbdeathcab or #bbvedder.
Who gave the most interesting feedback in a single tweet? Check out the top fan reviews below:
Death Cab for Cutie, "Codes and Keys"
@TheMediaRunner: Codes&Keys is better blended and more mature than what they've done before - The middle tracks blaze brightest
@baseballhappy: Codes & Keys= @dcfc all grown up. Less saccharine than Plans, brighter than Narrow Stairs. Still authentic DCFC
@argel319: I expected a departure from the melancholy songs, but the songs are all cheery-ish anthems in Codes and Keys.
@kissoutthejams: death cab: one of my few guilty pleasures
Eddie Vedder, "Ukelele Songs"
@WaWaislife: Ed's campfire songs sound a little too glossy compared to when they debuted on stage over the past 10 years. Still nice.
@AraTrask: Eddie Vedder does things with a ukulele I didn't know were possible.
@Andrew_Beckler: It's basically "Into the Wild" with a ukulele instead of an acoustic. #NotABigFan
@kc_douglas: Outside rock splendor of @PearlJam, Vedder proves he still captivates in tenderest of moments on "Ukulele Songs"
Want the chance to have your Twitter review published on Billboard.com? Come back next Tuesday to share your take on the week's biggest albums.