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Argument

Argument

Artist: Grant Hart

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Argument
Argument

Artist: Grant Hart
DISK: 1
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1. Out Of Chaos
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2. Morningstar
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3. Awake, Arise!
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4. If We Have The Will
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5. I Will Never See My Home
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6. I Am Death
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7. Sin
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8. Letting Me Out
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9. Is The Sky The Limit
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10. Golden Chain
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11. So Far From Heaven
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12. Shine, Shine, Shine
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13. It Isn't Love
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14. War In Heaven
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15. Glorious
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16. (It Was A) Most Disturbing Dream
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17. Underneath The Apple Tree
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18. The Argument
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19. Run For The Wilderness
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20. For Those Too High Aspiring
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DETAILS
Format: CD
Label: Domino
Rel. Date: 07/23/2013
UPC: 887828031825

More Info:

As a founding member and half of the songwriting engine that drove Hüsker Dü to his maverick solo work Grant Hart has cut a singular path across the last three decades. And it is with great confidence that we say he's made an album to rival even his old band's greatest achievements. An epic based on John Milton's Paradise Lost. Hart distills its essence into pop rock nuggets that flit through the history of 20th century music from Cole Porter to Buddy Holly to David Bowie to, ... even Hüsker Dü. Yes, it's ambitious as hell and yes, he pulls it off.

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