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Chris Vrenna garnered a name for himself in the early days of Nine Inch Nails, and later produced and co-produced various artists (including Marilyn Manson, Rasputina, Xzibit, Lords of Acid) and provided remixes for U2 and Weezer (among others). In 2001, Vrenna composed the dark, eerie instrumental soundtrack for American McGee s Alice. It was also in 2001 that Vrenna unveiled his tweaker project. Best described as a blend of alternative pop/rock and electronica, tweaker blends an intriguing mix of influences and atmospheres. Dark and moody, call the time eternity is an electronic fever dream ride through a late night breakdown. Machine-gun staccato percussion blends with strings and synths to create a cohesive work.

1. ponygrinder
2. nothing at all (feat. Jessicka Addams)
3. a bit longer than usual
4. areas of the brain
5. hoarding granules
6. getting through many a bad night
7. grounded (feat. kaRIN)
8. this is ridiculous
9. i don t care anymore
10. wasted time
11. fine (feat. Abhorrent Derelict)

Product Details

  • Audio CD (October 23, 2012)
  • Original Release Date: 2012
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Metropolis Records
  • ASIN: B0096PS6QA
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #243,974 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By El Birdos on October 23, 2012
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Chris Vrenna delivered a masterpiece. I love call the time eternity it perfectly mixed elements of TATATU and 2 a.m. wakeup call. I also love the continued element of female vocals that ctte used with Scarling's Jessicka Addams and Collide's Karin. Chris has described the album as an experiment of manicness and I think he captured the abrupt ups and downs perfectly. The album is dark, brooding, and foreboding. It combines classic industrial drum sounds Vrenna helped make famous with updated electronics and new elements that gives tweaker new life. Simply put I love this album and think its a perfect addition to my collection for late night soundtracking.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By D Helm on December 20, 2012
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Chris Vrenna moves in a different direction once again in his third LP as Tweaker (first being The Attraction to All Things Uncertain, and the second being 2 A.M. Wake Up Call).

Each album builds on the last one, in a way that feels like you could be listening to one story told through soundscapes and the occasional vocal track (well, the number of tracks with vocals increased with each release, but each one is so memorable that I scarcely minded).

Call the Time Eternity is ok, but I wouldn't consider it an improvement over the first two. It feels shorter than the first two (and at only only 41 minutes, it is the shortest) but that's probably for the best.

"Ponygrinder" is a fun opening track. "Nothing At All" fell flat for me, even with its nods to "Happy Child" from the first album. Areas of the Brain casts a cynical glance toward medication culture, but the next track "Hoarding Granules" tops it, with its recorded dialog of a girl describing a hallucination(?). Reasonably good tracks follow all the way to "I Don't Care Anymore" which is, yes, a cover of the Phil Collins song, and is in my opinion the other low point of the album (sorry...). "Wasted Time" works well as an extended intro for the last track, a culmination paranoia and racing thoughts entitled "Fine." Fine once again makes a nod toward tracks from the first album (the ending of "After All" and "Come Play").

For an interesting perspective, try listening to all three albums one after another. I like to think of it as one person having an increasingly bad week, one album at a time.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By CB on October 23, 2012
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I love this record and have been looping the preview for days. I finally purchased today and can't stop listening to it. I absolutely LOVE this record. Tweaker - Call the Time Eternity is simply perfect!
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While there is always a fair amount of time between Tweaker albums, the wait is always so worth it. This album is a great and lives up to the other two.

Of particular note is the song 'Nothing at all' which is a continuation of 'Happy child'.
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