Act III: Life and Death

The Dear Hunter - Act III: Life and Death
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June 23, 2009 / Release Date
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Triple Crown / Label
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act iii: life and death, or, as i like to call it, act iii: i love progressive rock, or even act iii: i'm definitely dead, this is magnificent

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The third installment in The Dear Hunter's gloriously theatrical Acts series of albums, Act III is a gloomy yet brilliant affair. With its concept set on the battlefields and trenches of World War I, Act III has an understandably bombastic military feel to the songs, and for the most part, the songs are a pure delight to listen to. The introductory opening song, which is both Writing on a Wall and In Cauda Venenum as they are musically tied to one another, is probably the best opener on any The ... read more
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Track List

  1. Writing on a Wall
  2. In Cauda Venenum
  3. What It Means to Be Alone
  4. The Tank
  5. The Poison Woman
  6. The Thief
  7. Mustard Gas
  8. Saved
  9. He Said He Had a Story
  10. This Beautiful Life
  11. Go Get Your Gun
  12. Son
  13. Father
  14. Life and Death
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Added on: January 5, 2013