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The Argument

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Out Of Chaos
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Morningstar
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Awake, Arise!
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If We Have The Will
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I Will Never See My Home
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I Am Death
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Sin
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Letting Me Out
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Is the Sky the Limit?
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Golden Chain
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So Far From Heaven
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Shine, Shine, Shine
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It Isn't Love
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War In Heaven
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Glorious
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(It Was a) Most Disturbing Dream
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Underneath the Apple Tree
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The Argument
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Run For the Wilderness
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For Those Too High Aspiring
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Album Information

Total Tracks: 20   Total Length: 74:36

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Wondering Sound

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07.24.13
His sharpest and most sprawling work since the mid '80s
2013 | Label: Domino Recording Co

Sometimes you have to go away for a while in order to sound like you haven’t gone anywhere. Grant Hart hasn’t been the most prolific recording artists since the demise of Hüsker Dü — only five full solo albums (plus two with his band Nova Mob) since 1987. But at 74 minutes, The Argument is a big mouthful, his most sprawling work since the mid ’80s — and his sharpest. Hart has always written big… read more »

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