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The Dear Hunter: The Color Spectrumcompact discs
The Dear Hunter: The Color Spectrum

Released: Jun 14, 2011. Genre: Progressive Rock, Experimental Rock, Indie Rock. Label: Triple Crown Records. Number Of Tracks: 36 (full release), 11 (standart). Though typical Dear Hunter releases usually range in style, this album goes above and beyond tremendously. Though there are 2.5 hours of music, it is easy to sit down and listen to the album in it's entirety.

POSTED: 06/29/2011 - 05:20 am

9.4
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The Dear Hunter: Act III: Life And Deathcompact discs
The Dear Hunter: Act III: Life And Death

Released: Jun 23, 2009. Genre: Progressive Rock. Label: Triple Crown Records. Number Of Tracks: 14. The Dear Hunter is essentially a progressive rock band that incorporates multiple different musical instruments and even spans genres. It also all tells an epic story of a boy in WWI-era who goes on a journey.

POSTED: 06/29/2009 - 03:22 am

9.5
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The Dear Hunter: Act II: The Meaning Of, And All Things Regarding Ms. Leadingcompact discs
The Dear Hunter: Act II: The Meaning Of, And All Things Regarding Ms. Leading

Release Date: May 22, 2007. Label: Triple Crown. Genres: Indie Rock, Chamber Pop. Number Of Tracks: 15. Love it or hate it, The Dear Hunter's Act II... is certainly a grandiose project filled with ambition.

POSTED: 05/30/2007 - 02:52 pm

9.9
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The Dear Hunter: Act I: The Lake South, The River Northcompact discs
The Dear Hunter: Act I: The Lake South, The River North

Release Date: Sep 26, 2006. Label: Triple Crown. Genres: Indie Rock, Chamber Pop. Number Of Tracks: 8. This is the story of a boy, from his creation to his untimely end; from the beautifully rapturous to the truly tragic.

POSTED: 03/22/2007 - 05:22 am

9.9
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