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

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  • Audio CD (26 July 2010)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: CD
  • Label: Atlantic
  • ASIN: B0039BD77K
  • Other Editions: Audio CD  |  Vinyl
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (6 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 23,828 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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

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Blue Sky Noise is the third album from Pennsylvanian quintet Circa Survive, produced by Grammy Award winner David Bottrill (Tool, Muse). It follows the 2005 debut Juturna and 2007's sophomore release On Letting Go. Circa Survive worked on Blue Sky Noise in a cottage in Doylestown, Pennsylvania (which they named "The Creek House"), ending up with these twelve songs that once more showcase singer Anthony Green's soprano vocals alongside duelling walls of guitar.

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I'm mostly putting this review here for the benefit of any other Circa Survive fans such as myself who might be a bit anxious about the album, having heard that the style has shifted pretty dramatically. I was concerned myself - Juturna and On Letting Go are a couple of my favourite albums from the last few years, and I've admired Anthony Green's work ever since the short-lived original Saosin line-up. I needn't have worried, though - this new album is something really quite special. There's less of the soul-searching atmosphere that pervaded the last couple of CS efforts, but the void has been filled with a handful of songs that have such energy and passion that you can't help but love them. Clear frontrunners are Get Out and Imaginary Enemy, but there are equal highs from some of the more introspective tracks like Through The Desert Alone. There's just as much creativity on display here as before, it's just focused on tracks that have more of an edge. Green's trademark lyrical rawness and vulnerability are still present and correct and seem, if anything, to have an even greater impact juxtaposed in songs that don't sound immediately downbeat. It takes a couple of listens to get to grips with, but after that... wow.

I'm fussy musically, and this hasn't been out of my CD player for a week straight. I hope that counts as a recommendation, because this really is an album that deserves a look.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By V. J. Gurr on 8 May 2010
Format: Audio CD
It looks like re-invention will be a constant theme for this band. There was quite a substantial difference from the first album to the second, and now the pattern repeats for the 'difficult' third.

You may have heard they've gone for a more 'pop' edge with this release. It's true, but not to say this is any kind of downfall. They've blended styles seamlessly with great energy and enthusiasm, as they have done all he way to this point so far in their career. It's still Circa's soul in this music and you can't really fail to be impressed.

As a fan of Circa Survive since their first album, I can thouroughly recommend this to all followers, old and new alike.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Self Styled Rocker on 10 Sept. 2010
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Circa Survive were always on the edge of bands that I listen to, not quite punk anymore not heavy enough to be post-hardcore, it was difficult for me to know where to place them really but one thing was for sure they had a unique sound.

In this their third effort Circa survive make the best use yet of singer Anthony Green's vocals, more than ever he places the remnants of his post-hardcore past alongside a high pitched delivery which flows so well alongside the floating melody provided by the guitar lines. This album focuses less on the dreamlike tone found in songs on the previous albums but retains enough of this, making songs complex and layered without becoming overblown. The greatest change offered here is the directness of sound offered on songs like 'Imaginary enemy' and 'Get out' which really punch out the speakers for once. It is the sound I think I hoped they would reach after their first album and it's really great to see them find it now.

Those who know about Green's recent personal struggles might also feel touched by songs like 'A frozen creek' which for me is the standout track.

Overall the band inject a welcome change to the ideas offered in the post-hardcore scene whilst moving away from this category by quite a distance - you won't find any beatdowns, double bass or heavy distortion here to headbang or mosh to. However the lyrics and songs are really well crafted and dare I say mature...
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