Batman and Robin
With the completion of a trilogy, many have come to expect great works to fizzle or fade. Act I-III gave us some of the most unique and expressive music any fan of indie rock could expect. After singing along to 'Oh my god, what have I done?' towards the end of Red Hands, no man would hold a great band like The Dear Hunter to a similar standard of excellence. Most TDH fans, I would imagine, stood up at Act I, gave a thunderous applause to Act II, put out a nice golf clap to Act III, and after hearing about the forthcoming 36 track behemoth, thought they ought to sit down.
Stay standing my friends.
The complete collection of the color spectrum goes to some of the farthest sonic and emotive distances of the entire TDH library - and you won't be more excited. At 2.3 hours, it will give you the goosebumps and smiles that you'd ever want. Surveying sounds from Radiohead, Brand New, Manchester Orchestra, The Beach Boys, Bright Eyes, The Beatles, even Coldplay, there's a little something for everybody.
Don't whimp out. Block out an evening. And give yourself one of the best aural experience in years.