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I listen to this CD in the car all the time.
This is a TOP RATED ALBUM; every single song is very good, you can hear the whole CD again and again... It was about time for something like this...
You'll enjoy the unique sound and lyrics from this band as it is a refreshing new sound from an otherwise saturated music market.
Received this within the time period indicated. I bought this used, but looks brand new, the CD itself was not scratched and works perfectly.Published 4 days ago by Carla Castellon
Not the dynamic album I expected but the banjo music is great!Published 9 days ago by Susan Sweeney
I absolutely love this album! The lyrics are inspired, and there isn't a bad one in the bunch. This album made me a fan of Mumsford & Sons immediately. Fast S&H.Published 11 days ago by Another Frequent Online Shopper
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|The Theology of "Sigh No More," by Mumford and Sons||
Clearly this album has theological overtones and symbology, completely different than a discussion about a silly or non-silly book. They possess such a depth in their music constantly referencing many theologians and literary figures alike (Pascal, Chesterton, Jesus, Steinbeck, Shakespeare, Plato... Read More
Nov 17, 2010 by Peter K. Gackenbach | See all 11 posts
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