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Call, The - Reconciled album

Call, The - Reconciled album Performer: Call, The
Title: Reconciled
Style: Alternative Rock, New Wave
Date of release: 1986
Size MP3: 1236 mb
Size FLAC: 1727 mb
Rating: 4.4
Format: FLAC MP4 VOC MP1 MPC AAC AUD

The Call ‎– Reconciled. Label: Elektra ‎– 960 440-1. Format: Vinyl, LP, Album. The songs all can definately be interpreted as Christian based without being in your face. If you have never listened to the call before, I'm not sure I would recommend this to be the first album you listen to. Personally I would say to start with Into the Woods, then this album. Reply Notify me Helpful.

The Call was an American rock band from Santa Cruz, California active from 1980 to 2000. Considered by many fans as their best album, Reconciled was recorded during the summer of 1985. At this point, the band had not had a recording contract for two years, due to what Been described as "legal bickering" between The Call's former record label and their management company. However, when the deal was signed with Elektra Records, the band resumed playing and produced their most commercially successful album to date. Peter Gabriel, Simple Minds' Jim Kerr, and Hudson and former bandmate Robbie Robertson all guested on the album which was released in 1986

By: The Call (1986, Rock). More albums from The Call: A Tribute To Michael Been by The Call. Into The Woods by The Call. Scene Beyond Dreams by The Call. Red Moon by The Call. To Heaven And Back by The Call. Let The Day Begin by The Call. The Call by The Call. View all albums . Reconciled. By: The Call (1986, Rock).

Reconciled Tracklist.

Reconciled by The Call. com, this product will be manufactured on demand using CD-R recordable media. com's standard return policy will apply. Exclusive discount for Prime members. Sample this album Artist (Sample). The Call is underrated and Michael Been's a great musical communicator and a passionate singer. a couple are beginning to sound like "classics". Still, a great album every serious collector needs to own.