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Michael Been AKA The Call. The Best Of The Call. Авторы текста и музыки.
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The Call in 1990, from left to right: Tom Ferrier, Scott Musick, Michael Been, and Jim Goodwin. Background information. Beginning with their self-titled debut in 1982, The Call went on to produce and release nine studio albums by 2000. The eponymous premiere album was recorded in England, and Been later recalled that the band was in an exploratory phase at this point. Been noted in a 1988 interview, "the Call was a compassionate album, but it probably came out as anger The next album, Modern Romans, was notable for. The Walls Came Down: The Best of the Mercury Years, 1991. The Best of The Call, 1997. 20th Century Masters – The Millennium Collection: The Best of the Call, 2000.
LyricsThe Walls Came Down - Singl. he Call. Written by: Been michael kenneth. Well they blew the horns And the walls came down They'd all been warned And the walls came down They stood there laughing They're not laughing anymore The walls came down Sanctuary fades Congregation splits Nightly military raids The congregation splits It's a song of assassins Ringin' in your ears We got terrorist thinking Playing on fears Well they blew. More lyrics from the album. 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: Best Of The Call. 01. Let The Day Begin. The Walls Came Down - Single Version.
Well they blew the horns. And the walls came down. They'd all been warned. They stood there laughing. They're not laughing anymore. Well they blew the horns. But the walls came down. I don't think there are any Russians. And there ain't no Yanks.
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The Walls Came Down is the fifth studio album released by country music artist Collin Raye. The album's lead-off single, "I Can Still Feel You", was Raye's fourth and final Number One on the Billboard country charts. Other singles from this album were the Top Five hits "Someone You used to Know" and "Anyone Else", as well as the number 39-peaking "Start Over Georgia", which he co-wrote with his brother Scotty Wray
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That record was dominated by ballads, as is its successor, The Walls Came Down. Certainly, Raye's smooth country tenor is ideal for country-pop ballads like "In This Life," but he runs the risk of sounding a little too samey, which is what happens on The Walls Came Down. There are a number of very good songs here, including the ballad "I Can Still Feel You," but since the record offers no surprises, it winds up sounding a little like a holding pattern instead of a step forward, even with bold message songs like the anti-child abuse "The Eleventh Commandment".
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- Published By – Neeb Music
- Published By – Tarka Music
- Pressed By – PRC Recording Company, Compton, CA
- Producer – The Call
- Producer, Written-By – Michael Been
NotesPromotional Copy Not For Sale
From the 422 810 307-1 M-1 "Modern Romans"
℗ 1983 PloyGram Records, Inc.
Same stereo pressing both sides
Barcode and Other Identifiers
- Matrix / Runout (Label side A): 2-57Q63
- Matrix / Runout (Label side B): 2-57Q63
- Rights Society: ASCAP
- Other (Pressing Plant Code): 26
|LONX 28, 810 292-1||The Call||The Walls Came Down (12", Single)||London Records, London Records||LONX 28, 810 292-1||UK||1983|
|811 487-7||The Call||The Walls Came Down (7", Single, 19)||Mercury||811 487-7||US||1983|
|LONX 28||The Call||The Walls Came Down (12", Promo)||London Records||LONX 28||UK||1983|
|MK 229||The Call||The Walls Came Down (12", Promo)||Mercury||MK 229||US||1982|
|LON 28||The Call||The Walls Came Down (7")||London Records||LON 28||UK||1983|