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Album Dear Hunter, The - Act III: Life And Death


Dear Hunter, The


Act III: Life And Death



Taille de l'album MP3:

1789 mb

Taille de l'album FLAC:

2051 mb


Triple Crown Records




Alternative Rock, Prog Rock, Experimental



Date de publication:

23 Jun 2009



Album Dear Hunter, The - Act III: Life And Death


1The Poison Woman4:51
4The Thief5:01
5The Tank4:39
6He Said He Had A Story3:39
7In Cauda Venenum5:29
8This Beautiful Lie4:05
9Life And Death5:46
11Writing On A Wall1:38
12Go Get Your Gun3:16
13What It Means To Be Alone4:49
14Mustard Gas4:13


  • BassNate Patterson
  • Cello, BassCharles Lidell
  • Clarinet, Saxophone [Baritone]Austin Hatch
  • Drums, Percussion, Backing VocalsNick Crescenzo
  • EngineerCasey Crescenzo
  • French HornSamantha Conway
  • Guitar, Acoustic Guitar, Backing VocalsAndy Wildrick
  • Guitar, Backing VocalsErick Serna
  • Harp, CelestaLynn Mira
  • ProducerCasey Crescenzo
  • SaxophonePasquale Lanelli
  • TromboneDave Calzone
  • TrumpetAndrew Mericle
  • ViolinMark Ardelle
  • Violin, ViolaAngela Preston
  • Vocals, Guitar, Banjo, Piano, Organ, Synthesizer, Bass, InstrumentsCasey Crescenzo


Act III: Life and Death is the third studio album by American rock band The Dear Hunter, released on June 23, 2009. According to lead vocalist Casey Crescenzo, it is the third part of a six-act story, following the original in 2006, Act I: The Lake South, the River North, and 2007's Act II: The Meaning of, and All Things Regarding Ms. Leading, and preceding Act IV: Rebirth In Reprise 2015. The album was produced by Casey Crescenzo and Andy Wildrick in the band's own studio in Providence, Rhode. Untitled 1 Lyrics. About Act III: Life and Death . Released on June 23, 2009 on Triple Crown Records, Act III is The Dear Hunters junior album and continues the story left off in Act II: The Meaning Of, And All Things Regarding Ms. Act III follows The Boy into the Great War as he struggles to keep his life while fighting enemies abound and an inescapable fate. Act III: Life and Death Q&A. Review Summary: The Dear Hunter further refine their pop sensibilities while producing an album more fully-formed and well realized than Act II. No matter what your position on The Dear Hunter may be, youve got to admit, theyre a pretty damn silly band. While Act III is generally pretty similar to the rest of The Dear Hunters discography to this point, there are some notable alterations this time round. These alterations can be summed up as this: where Act II embraced pretense, Act III embraces bombast. Crescenzo's willingness to turn to different rock eras for creative inspiration yields excellent results on Act III: Life and Death. dear hunter THE COLOR SPECTRUM LIVE full concert - Продолжительность: 2. The Dear. Album 2009 14 Songs. More By The Dear Hunter. Act V: Hymns with the Devil in Confessional. Act IV: Rebirth in Reprise. All Is As All Should Be - EP. The Dear Hunter make truly fantastic music, and this album is no exception. While it's not my favourite of their Acts, every Act is extremely important to be able to appreciate all their music as a whole, and this album has some of my favourite songs from their catalog, namely Life And Death, The Tank, and Mustard Gas. I saw the Dear Hunter and I checked out some samples from both Act I: the Lake South, the River North, and Act III: Life and Death. My immediate reaction was this is a really interesting diverse display of musicianship, as well, it's catchy and enjoyable. The Dear Hunter is an American progressive rock band originating in Providence, Rhode Island. It began as a side project of Casey Crescenzo when he was a member of The Receiving End of Sirens, before becoming his main band in 2006. The band's sound features a wide variety of instruments and styles. Most of the band's albums, starting with their 2006 debut album Act I: The Lake South, the River North, are concept albums and a part of a common storyline, planned to conclude with a sixth album. The most recent addition is 2016's Act V: Hymns with the Devil in Confessiona read more. Act III doesn't manage to surpass its predecessor. I want to make this clear from the get-go, since most of this review will center around explaining this. The sound feels sharper and the songs feel grander, especially Mustard Gas and The Tank come along with a lot of weight and intensity. This is still an exceptional album, but just not as exceptional as the second Act or the fourth, fifth. This last album 'Act III: Life And Death' I purchased just couple weeks ago because I thought I was more interested in new album of IQ and Dream Theater. I did not include purchasing 'Act III' because I thought it's predictable. I was wrong. The Dear Hunter seemed to conclude the story in mellow mood after the second track 'In Cauda Venenus' runs in an energetic and dynamic way. It's a beautiful concluding track

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