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We All Raise Our Voices to the Air (Live Songs 04.11-08.11)


Download links and information about We All Raise Our Voices to the Air (Live Songs 04.11-08.11) by The Decemberists. This album was released in 2012 and it belongs to Rock, Indie Rock, Pop, Alternative genres. It contains 20 tracks with total duration of 02:00:19 minutes.

Artist: The Decemberists
Release date: 2012
Genre: Rock, Indie Rock, Pop, Alternative
Tracks: 20
Duration: 02:00:19
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No. Title Length
1. The Infanta 5:46
2. Calamity Song 3:51
3. Rise to Me 4:48
4. The Soldiering Life 5:04
5. We Both Go Down Together 4:30
6. The Bagman's Gambit 8:27
7. Down By the Water 3:48
8. Leslie Ann Levine 4:07
9. The Rake's Song 4:44
10. The Crane Wife 1, 2, And 3 16:08
11. Oceanside 3:26
12. Billy Liar 6:41
13. Grace Cathedral Hill 4:24
14. All Arise! 4:22
15. Rox In the Box 3:06
16. June Hymn 4:29
17. Dracula's Daughter / O Valencia! 5:26
18. This Is Why We Fight 4:46
19. The Mariner's Revenge Song 12:14
20. I Was Meant for the Stage 10:12



This epic-length live concert recording, taken from 12 different shows and mixed to sound like one, stands as a summary of The Decemberists' achievements as of 2012, when they're said to be taking a sabbatical. It features songs from throughout their career, proving again that Colin Meloy's unusual lyrical approach is matched by an unerring sense of melody, no matter how pretentious the surroundings become. The straightforward, crystalline beauty of "Leslie Ann Levine" (from the band's debut album, Castaways and Cutouts) is forever enduring. The country- to R.E.M.-influenced material ("Calamity Song," "Rise to Me," "Rox in the Box," "All Arise!," "June Hymn," "This Is Why We Fight" "Down by the Water") from 2011's excellent The King Is Dead resonates with energy far beyond the stripped-down acoustic approach. 2006's The Crane Wife has its title cut's three parts finally put together into one 16-minute rock opera. For laughs, Meloy presents a snippet of the "the very worst song I ever wrote in my entire life" ("Dracula's Daughter") before slipping into the much better "O Valencia!"