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2.Defenses Down
3.Sylvia's Song
4.Sleep in Splendor
6.Stand Paralyzed
9.Malicious Manner
10.Sure Shot
11.Gusta el Fuego
13.Dancers in the Dust

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5.0 su 5 stelle One of their best 29 novembre 2012
Di vegangel - Pubblicato su
Formato: Audio CD Acquisto verificato
I think this was their last album before disbanding. Great work. I wish I could have seen them live one more time....
5.0 su 5 stelle the atmospheric dirge melody reigns supreme 12 novembre 2009
Di Charlie Quaker - Pubblicato su
Formato: Audio CD
Originally known as The Factory Press and hailing from Denton, Texas, members of Calla released their first effort with producer Kid Congo Powers of Cramps and Gun Club fame. The trio moved to New York, where they caught the ear of the Swans' Michael Gira, who released "Scavengers" under the Calla moniker on his Young God label. This was followed by two brilliant albums ("Televise" in 2003 and "Collisions" in 2005), which found the band growing increasingly confident and talented in their mix of conceptual art-rock and emotional waves of melancholic symmetry--held together with a fragile sense of brooding, atmospheric, dirge-like melody.
On "Strength In Numbers" Calla firmly establish themselves as the vein-ripped kings of angst-ridden beauty. It's all about the atmosphere, the mood, the natural ability to capture and conceptualize the deepest, darkest emotions; and lovingly, achingly transform them into an irrepressible work that celebrates the hypnotic allure of despondence-as-art. It's that oddly strained, wide-eyed moment of wonder and glory when the blood-filled, red-raw marks of a passionately too-tight finger-grip slowly evolve from crimson to skin-tone to the rainbow bruise--sealing the memory of what was, with the compelling décor of push-me-for-pain memory points. There is a melancholy elegance to "Strength In Numbers", a gorgeous foreboding that is at once kind and soft, while emanating a heartbreakingly lustful radiance.
"Sanctify" kicks things off with a deep, dark, drone-funk feedback--ripped and clawed apart by viciously exploding shards of guitar, and pasted back together with vocals of near-demonic despair. The guitars alternately roar and fade to hypnotic monotone drone, reflecting the emotional instability in the voice. "Defense Down" is a dreamy sadcore mantra of distinct, evolving beauty, with a slowly growing energy that recalls the compelling nature of Starflyer 59 and Low. "Sylvia's Song" is a subtle gem of melody--packed with a haunting beauty and the sort of yearning, under-your-skin hook of a chorus line that will become permanently embedded in the "I must hum this or I will die" center of your brain. It's that good.
The exigent heart of "Rise" combines the distraught and powerful near-agony of Nick Cave and Leonard Cohen with a subtle hint of Echo & the Bunnymen's acoustic grandeur. "Bronson" is a surprising Smiths/Pixies/Joy Division hybrid, and "Simone" rocks like a lost Nirvana tune. "Malicious Manner" and "Dancers In the Dirt" filter the new pop psychedelic authenticity of Brian Jonestown Massacre and Secret Machines through the evolving and kaleidoscopically epic nature of Spiritualized. "A Sure Shot" once again evokes the grippingly tortured, almost unbearably anguished beauty found in the expanding ballads of Starflyer 59 and Joy Division.

"Don't make it complicated
All in your mind
All in your head
If you give in yr as good as dead..."

Ian Curtis would have ridden this one all the way home.
There are moments in " Strength In Numbers" when the slow evolution of a dreary minimalism and the pervading atmosphere of depression begin to wear you down. And so it is with life. This is not Saturday morning cartoons, but the Sunday evening struggle with existential pathos. Calla do not wallow, they immerse. If you can give yourself over, if you can let it all go for 53 minutes, you'll come out richer, stronger, cleaner. If you don't know where the line is, hiding the razor blades is probably a good idea.
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5.0 su 5 stelle A triumphant new album from a great band 28 febbraio 2007
Di Calimachus - Pubblicato su
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I won't write a huge review, but I do want to say that after repeated listens I find that this album is pleasantly fantastic. Calla is really going in a new, more poppy direction with this album, and ends up with one of the best albums they've made. The first track, "Sanctify," is kind of disappointingly grungy and hard for me to listen to, but the rest of the album is made up of very smart and delicately constructed but relentlessly driving songs. "Defenses Down," "Rise," and "Dancers in the Dust" are all standout tracks, but overall this is a very strong album.

This album is better than their previous album "Collisions" but about as good as their masterpieces "Televised" and "Scavengers." I heartily recommend this album. Again, they're going in a new direction with these tracks, but it's a good direction.
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3.0 su 5 stelle Uneven album, but check Calla out in concert 4 agosto 2007
Di Paul Allaer - Pubblicato su
Formato: Audio CD
Let me state upfront that I am a pretty big Calla fan, ever since I saw them on the "Televise" tour in 2003 (I also purchased "Scavengers" then), and also liked what they did on the "Collisions" album, released in Fall, 2005. So imagine my surprise when I recently heard that Calla had issued a new album in February, 2007, it was the first I had heard about it, and an unusually quick follow-up to their previous album.

"Strength In Numbers" (13 tracks, 53 min.) starts off very promisingly with a blazing "Sanctify", one of their best tracks ever in my opinion, with a sound reminiscent of the Secret Machines, with thundering drums and a searing guitar solo (which is unusual for Calla). However, after that one song, the album takes a 180 degree turnaround and brings a more intimate, slower and at times acoustic sound, song after song after song! I almost give up on the album, when track 7 "Bronson" injects some much needed life. "Le Gusta El Fuego" is quite nice too, as is "Simone", the second best track on here. But there are too many dead moments on the album, which at 53 min., is simply overlong.

I am very disappointed with this album, the weakest of the 4 Calla albums I now have. That said, I just saw Calla in concert, opening for their New York pals Interpol, and they put an absolute brilliant 45 min. set on, including a scorching "Televised" (from "Televise") and the afore-mentioned "Sanctify". If you have a chance to see them live, don't miss it, you won't be disappointed.
5.0 su 5 stelle Put on your headphones, ladies and gentleman 17 novembre 2010
Di Soulpatch - Pubblicato su
Formato: Audio CD
Yes, Calla music has to be listened to and not simply heard. In other other words, pay attention. I was initially hooked to the 'louder' songs "Simone" and "Sanctify," but gradually found the other softer songs quite beautiful especially "Rise." These songs (well, most of Calla's) need more than one play to fully enjoy them. A headphone at a slightly higher volume works magic for me. A great album from a rather quiet band. Hope to see them in concert soon.

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