Decemberists - Hazard Of Love

Vendor: Capitol Records
Released: 2009



King Decemberist Colin Meloy's love for the heydays of British folk-rock has always served as the foundation on which he builds his crafty, idiosyncratic chamber pop, but on Hazards of Love he's taken that bedrock and built his own version of Stonehenge. A 17-song suite (think one continuous song with track ID's peppered throughout for sanity's sake) about a girl named Margaret, shapeshifters, forest queens, and fairytale treachery, Hazards of Love is ambitious, pretentious, obtuse, often impenetrable, and altogether pretty great. Harking back to the late-'60s/early-'70s offerings from bands like Pentangle, Horslips, ELP, Steeleye Span, and the Incredible String Band, it makes no apologies for its nerdy, prog rock musicality, and convoluted narrative.

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1. Prelude
2. The Hazards Of Love 1 (the Prettiest Whistles Won't Wrestle Th
3. E Thistles Undone)
4. A Bower Scene
5. Won't Want For Love (margaret In The Taiga)
6. The Hazards Of Love 2 (wager All)
7. The Queen's Approach
8. Isn't It A Lovely Night?
9. The Wanting Comes In Waves/repaid
10. An Interlude
11. The Rake's Song
12. The Abduction Of Margaret
13. The Queen's Rebuke/the Crossing
14. Annan Water
15. Margaret In Captivity

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