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Get it by Wednesday, May 29 from Shepherdsville, Kentucky, United States
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Artist: The Dear Hunter. Title: The Color Spectrum: The Complete Collection. We've Got a Score to Settle. Genre: Indie Rock/Pop. Things That Hide Away. Attributes: With DVD, Boxed Set. The Dead Don't Starve.
1. Never Forget Never Forgive, 2. Filth and Squalor, 3. Take More Than You Need, 4. This Body, 5. I Couldn't Do It Alone, 6. A Curse Of Cynicism, 7. Deny It All, 8. We've Got A Score To Settle, 9. Echo, 10. Out On A Fence Stuck On A Wire, 11. A Sea Of Solid Earth, 12. But There's Wolves?
1. She's Always Singing, 2. The Dead Don't Starve, 3. A Sua Voz, 4. Misplaced Devotion, 5. The Things That Hide Away, 6. The Canopy, 7. Crow And Cackle, 8. The Inheritence, 9. Tripping In Triplets, 10. Trapdoor, 11. What You Said, 12. The Collapse Of The Great Tide Cliffs
1. What Time Taught Us, 2. Mandala, 3. Progress, 4. Therma, 5. Mr. Malum, 6. Lillian, 7. Too Late, 8. Look Away, 9. Home, 10. Fall And Flee, 11. No God, 12. Lost But Not All Gone