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Resurrection

Kamera

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Album Review

The title of Swedish quintet Kamera's debut album, Resurrection, reflects their battle for respect and stardom — but it also reflects their love of the musical past, as they lovingly resurrect the sounds of the '70s and '80s across 11 pop-flecked tracks. Careful sequencing helps conceal just how eclectic Kamera really are, as they glide from post-punk to synth pop to the lavish stylings of the new romantics, paying tribute to a host of their heroes along the way. "Lies," slated as the first single, opens the set with a roar of droning guitars and pounding beats à la the Sisters of Mercy, who are covered in bubblegum by the time the band reaches the hook-laden chorus. But the band's true love is synth-rinsed bands, with Duran Duran and Depeche Mode both inspiring the lush "Love Surrounds Us," the latter group and Soft Cell echoing across the bopping "I Was Made," and the Pet Shop Boys receiving their due on the fabulously infectious "Fragile." The inspired "TV Lights" rips its funky bassline from Duran, its four-on-the-floor beats from the discos, and its angular guitar from the post-punk scene. That number is irrepressible and "I Lost Control" is unquenchable, sucking up every early-'80s musical signature sound along the way. With instantly singalong melodies, dance-fired rhythms, and English lyrics, Kamera have it all, even the requisite ballad — the haunting "Another Sign of Love," which closes the set.

Customer Reviews

Good

I'm not going to lie and give this band a 5 out of 5 like everyone does. I'll just say it was good and really leave it at that. Good singer, nice melody on the songs, and a nice beat that follows them. good for casual listening, I like it.

they should rename themselves DUH RAN DUH RAN

A new band trying to make dated music thats not even as close to good as the original artists who pioneered the sound.

Awesome

Some songs here that i truely love.

Biography

Genre: Pop

Years Active: '00s

Formed in a Stockholm suburb and influenced by the Cure, Depeche Mode, and Duran Duran, drummer Carl DeLorean, singer Joakim Hjelm, and bassist Kit Balance formed Kamera in 2000. Their big break came when they performed for more than 35,000 people while opening for Robbie Williams; soon after, the group released its self-titled debut in 2003. A line-up change saw two of Kamera's original (but not...
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