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After their previous album debuted at #24 on the Billboard 200, Circa Survive have returned to once again rock the music world with their major label debut album, 'Blue Sky Noise.' The album is a reinvention of the bands trademark sound led by unique vocals and distinguished musical styling. The band has described 'Blue Sky Noise' as an entirely 'new chapter' which will solidify Circa Survive as one of the most visionary and forward-thinking young bands in contemporary rock music today.

1. Strange Terrain
2. Get Out
3. Glass Arrows
4. I Felt Free
5. Imaginary Enemy
6. Through the Desert Alone
7. Frozen Creek
8. Fever Dreams
9. Spirit of The Stairwell
10. The Longest Mile
11. Compendium
12. Dyed in the Wool

Product Details

  • Audio CD (April 20, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Atlantic
  • ASIN: B0039BD77K
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #11,704 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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Nick Beard (Bass) – Steve Clifford (Drums) – Brendan Ekstrom (Guitar) –
Colin Frangicetto (Guitar) - Anthony Green (Vocals)

Whatever you think Circa Survive’s new album means, you’re right. However you understand the lyrics, in whichever way you construe the melodies, whatever emotions rise within you, whether it generates nostalgia or pain or hope or ... Read more in Amazon's Circa Survive Store

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You'll find something new with every listen.
Mim
I've been a big fan of Circa Survive for a long time now, so of course I'm going to love this album!
Peter E. Frangel
Overall, this album is everything a band could hope to achieve on a third LP.
Lauren

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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By Mim on May 28, 2010
Format: Audio CD
Like the best art, it does take some effort and attention on your part to get into it. Once you do, you will be hooked. The first listen overwhelmed me - it was too much, too intense, too much going on, and it was hard to rein it in and get into it. Each listen gave me more. I found myself singing parts of songs in my head for hours. Piece by piece it will burrow into your brain until you have to have more. And then at some point, everything becomes clear, and it is the only thing you want to listen to. You'll find something new with every listen. I love their previous albums, but none of them gripped me like this one. Phenomenal.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Peter E. Frangel on April 22, 2010
Format: Audio CD
I've been a big fan of Circa Survive for a long time now, so of course I'm going to love this album! But to be honest, not only am I a big fan...this cd is simply one of the most amazing pieces of music I have heard in the last year or so. Not only is Anthony's voice exceptional, but the lyrics flow with the music like a sweet breeze over a grassy field. The guitars and bass have never been so entwined and worked to each others benefit to such an extent. The melodies don't just work well together, it's as though they were meant to be put together. Songs like Frozen Creek are just, simply put, incredible. Another addition to this album over their others is the blending between tracks. Each one leads into the next, a la Mars Volta, and it really works to bring life to the album. It's not just a bunch of songs put together, it's an entire story, something to be experienced from beginning to end.

I've waited a long time for this and it has already made it up to one of my top albums in the last year at least, if not longer.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By SaosinEngaged on October 16, 2010
Format: Audio CD
On paper, Circa Survive sounds like an amazing band. Take Anthony Green, a talented vocalist with a dream-like voice and a talent for passionate, meaningful lyrics and place him in a progressive/indie/experimental rock band with musicians as skilled as himself.

How can you go wrong?

Well, I first spent some time listening to this band when Juturna was released, not too long after Anthony left Saosin, which at the time, was my favorite band. I was excited because I wanted to hear more Anthony Green and I remember all the hype surrounding the release of Juturna. It was a great CD, very different, very experimental, very trance-like. I enjoyed it, they did things no other band was doing and combined with Anthony Green's creative talent, it created a remarkable, fully unique sound. The only criticism, at the time, was in parts the record was simply a bit boring.

Fast forward to Blue Sky Noise. I don't know what to say, the music is artful and well-played, but somehow the finished product ends up being, for me at least, very bland. I understand that Circa Survive is the kind of band you have to sit down and make a conscious effort to absorb, but I feel like this release in particular makes that more challenging because somehow the music doesn't come across to be all that interesting. For all a band's complexities, intricasies, and artistic experimentation, the core music still has to be capable of grabbing the listener in a way that makes them push the "repeat" button time and time again. Interestingly enough, Blue Sky Noise ends up being more like background noise for me, as I find myself spacing out a bit while listening to the CD forceably in my car trying to make it "click.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By C. Cataldi on April 20, 2010
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In a world where most bands sound exactly the same, Circa Survive stands out for their originality, musical passion, and dedication. Not to mention that they probably have one of the greatest frontmen in the music scene today second to none. I like each of Circa Survive's cds because they offer something different from the band. Juturna is a great blend of ambient and meaningful songs, On Letting Go is extremely hard to forget and now with Blue Sky Noise they offer a cd that hits a bit harder than the rest. The lyrics are catchy and well-written as is the music. It is not as "mellow" as the last two cds but I think it fits the band well and I have a feeling that their live show will be made even better by these new songs. If you are new to Circa Survive, check out this cd in addition to the other two. If you are already a Circa Survive fan, you probably don't need to be told because you already picked it up.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By David Brothers on April 20, 2010
Format: Audio CD
In my opinion this album is amazing. Every track holds a little bit of old circa survive mixed with a little new. Every song is strong and could stand alone as a single. Most notable to me are frozen creek, fever dreams, imaginary enemy, and spirit of the stairwell along with i felt free. But all the songs are great and most definitely worth listening. new or old fans will be delighted with the music.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Your Imaginary Enemy on May 27, 2010
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I pre-ordered Blue Sky Noise having loved the last two Circa releases, and first of all the band and label did a great job with the release - fans who pre-ordered got a week-early full album download (which didn't leak before that), the album in the mail on the release date, emails with exclusive tracks, and offers from the band for first dibs on concert tickets... all for 10 bucks. But who cares about HOW I got the album, how good is it?

It's ridiculously good. Don't listen to the haters on here ("This sucks: it doesn't sound exactly like Juterna, maaaaannnnn!!!"), if you have listened to Circa in the past and liked what you've heard, you're going to love this album. If you haven't listened to Circa before but like the idea of bands that obviously spend a lot of time with headphones on getting the exact sound they want out of each instrument, you're going to like this album. If you think rock music is a bit mundane these days, you're going to love this album. If you're looking for something different that doesn't get radio play because the public can't handle it, you're going to love this album. If you like the idea of musical complexity and track layering with a modern rock vibe, you're going to love this album. I'm not saying it won't take a few listens, and don't try to compare it to Juterna, because it's not the same. In my opinion, it's way better.

I think that Circa Survive is probably the best rock band out there right now, continuing to make compelling music in a way that no one else can. Blue Sky Noise is perfect for anyone who truly has an open mind about their music. Give this album a shot, you won't be sorry.
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