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Picaresque also maintains this theme (especially in The Mariner's Revenge Song, which is one of my favorites on the album).
Every time I listened to a song on this album I thought I had heard one of the best on the CD, but then the next I heard would match the last or even top it.
Which, it seems, was just the punch that the Decemberists needed in their prior albums, taking their music from good to really, really good.
Just getting to know the Decemberists, very unique group, I like music- that tells a story, their songs tell stories! Read morePublished 3 months ago by AngelaJ. Stewart
Fantastic album and it sounds so much fuller to have it on the record than just than my low bit rate mp3 copy of the album.Published 9 months ago by Evan Laing
I like this raw sound. I really get tired of newer releases when they over produce the sounds and make a band way too shiny. This is original and interesting to listen to.Published 20 months ago by d willi
Love the upbeat introspective maiming macabre whoring literate and historical package. Saw them at Edgefield Manor and fell in love.
Going through a grueling divorce :)
I never liked English class in high school. You are assigned books that were romantic and too fluffy for me to enjoy at the time. Read morePublished on April 24, 2013 by Brad
There is no doubt that Colin Meloy is a great songwriter and the rest of the band are very talented. Apart from a couple gems, though, I found myself skipping through. Read morePublished on April 11, 2013 by daedalus
I'm 57 years old. I've must've heard Stairway to Heaven 10,000 times. The Decembrists offer musicianship, lyrics and melodies that are, in a word, refreshing. Read morePublished on December 5, 2012 by David C. Martin