The Call


The Call was a veteran new wave band from Santa Cruz, CA that became famous during the 1980s. Their best known songs include the energetic "The Walls Came Down" (1983) and the rousing "Let The Day Begin" (1989), the latter of which topped the Billboard U.S. Mainstream Rock chart and was later used by Al Gore in his 2000 Presidential Campaign.

Best known songs (with years) include:

  • The Walls Came Down (1983)
  • Let The Day Begin (1989)

Pop charts debut year: 1983

Years active: 1980-2000, 2013, 2017

Genres: Rock, new wave

Labels: Mercury, MCA, Elektra, Fingerprint


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