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  • Port Of Morrow
    1. The Rifle's Spiral
    2. Simple Song
    3. It's Only Life
    4. Bait And Switch
    5. September
    6. No Way Down
    7. For A Fool
    8. Fall Of '82
    9. 40 Mark Strasse
    10. Port Of Morrow
    11. Pariah King (B-Side Bonus Track)

  • Chutes Too Narrow (2003)
    1. Kissing The Lipless (Album)
    2. Mine's Not A High Horse (Album)
    3. So Says I (Album)
    4. Young Pilgrims (Album)
    5. Saint Simon (Album)
    6. Fighting In A Sack (Album)
    7. Pink Bullets (Album)
    8. Turn A square (Album)
    9. Gone For Good (Album)
    10. Those To Come (Album)

    Chutes Too Narrow is The Shins' 2003 follow-up to their debut album, Oh, Inverted World. The album title comes from a lyric in the song "Young Pilgrims." The album was generally well received by critics, garnering an overall score of 88/100 on Metacritic. According to Nielsen SoundScan, they have sold over 393,001 copies to date. Chutes Too Narrow features cleaner production standards than the "lo-fi" Oh, Inverted World. This is largely due to the album's being mixed by producer Phil Ek, who has also worked with Built to Spill and Modest Mouse. Chutes Too Narrow also departs from the band's keyboard-driven debut and shifts towards more emphasis on guitars. The album also included violin parts on "Saint Simon", played by Annemarie Ruljancich, and was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Recording Package. The cover art was designed by Jesse LeDoux. The songs "Gone for Good" and "Those To Come" were used in the 2004 film In Good Company.

  • Oh, Inverted World (2004)
    1. Caring Is Creepy
    2. One by One All Day
    3. Weird Divide
    4. Know Your Onion!
    5. Girl Inform Me
    6. New Slang
    7. The Celibate Life
    8. Girl on the Wing
    9. Your Algebra
    10. Pressed in a Book
    11. The Past and Pending

  • Wincing the Night Away (2007)
    1. Sleeping Lessons
    2. Australia
    3. Pam Berry
    4. Phantom Limb
    5. Sea Legs
    6. Red Rabbits
    7. Turn on Me
    8. Black Wave
    9. Spilt Needles
    10. Girl Sailor
    11. A Comet Appears

    Wincing the Night Away is a Grammy-nominated album by indie rock group The Shins. It was released by Sub Pop Records on January 23, 2007. It is the band's third album, and the final under their contract with Sub Pop. The album was recorded in James Mercer's basement studio, Phil Ek’s home in Seattle, and in Oregon City with veteran producer Joe Chiccarelli (Beck, U2). (Source: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wincing_the_Night_Away)