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Call On My Brothers

Revelation 91

Released on April 25, 2000


A rage-ready reissue of the debut album from one of California's premier hardcore outfits. Seventeen blistering tracks considered by many to be the band's fiercest moment.

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 4 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Ash Return Voted #2  10%
2 Straight Ahead  4%
3 Black Light  6%
4 Faraway  5%
5 You  9%
6 Epidemic  5%
7 In My Time  4%
8 Distance  9%
9 Call On My Brothers Voted #1  26%
10 Should Have Known  0%
11 Agression Voted #3  10%
12 Slow  0%
13 Sided  1%
14 Family  6%
15 50 and a Month  0%
16 Man Against Man  4%
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Doug from Williston, VT 
May 13 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I heard some of Ignites songs on the internet, so i bought this cd, and it wasnt bad. but i would say that A Place Called Home is definitley thier better work and i would recommend that CD highly. so buy A Place Called Home.

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Chris from Quinte West, ON Canada 
Feb 6 2003 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Wow, is this ever lame. If opera-core existed, these guys would rock that genre. 'Cause the singer sings like opera. I love how at the end of the title track, he says "I love you mannn!", like it's a frickin' Budweiser commercial. And ironically, that's the best song, maybe the only good song on here. Someone mail this guy a pair of pants with balls sewn to the inside of the crotch and I bet these guys would rock! Maybe this will grow on me, but for now it gets my lowest rating of a CD yet

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Rachel from Anchorage, AK 
Feb 24 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

I dont think I could ever not like anything that Ignite would put out, but after hearing a place called home first I would have to say that this one lacks a little of the emotion that makes Ignite so great. Still a great album though and I recommend it to any hardcore fan.

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Tom from Wayne, NJ 
Jun 11 2001 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I got this Cd after hearing A Place Called Home and seeing them live. Is this CD as good as a Place Called Home? No, I don't think anything else Ignite does will be either. However, is this CD worth getting? Absolutely. The same passion in the tone and lyrics are delivered by Zoli, the lead singer. Get A Place Called Home first and then this one.

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