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Catch 22

Permanent Revolution

Victory 2922

Released on June 27, 2006


$17.00

Catch 22 unleash a masterful and unprecedented concept album called Permanent Revolution. Using their horn-driven, uber-catchy ska to explore the life of Leon Trotsky, the father of Marxist Theory and leader of the Bolshevik revolution in Russia, Catch 22 take their fans back in time to Russia during the 1900's. Trotsky was ousted by Stalin and exiled to Mexico, and ultimately assassinated by a Russian agent, but his fierce convictions and sound political theories changed the face of society in Europe and continue to resonate today. In a song cycle that traces his life, Catch 22 provides a musical interpretation to the grounbreaking events of his early years and the eventual tragedy of his death.

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Average Customer Rating: 3.5 with 14 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Prologue Voted #2  14%
2 The Spark  8%
3 Party Song Voted #3  11%
4 Decemberists' Song  10%
5 A Minor Point  9%
6 On The Black Sea  4%
7 Bad Party  7%
8 Alma-Ata  7%
9 The Purge  10%
10 Opportunity Voted #1  15%
11 Epilogue  6%
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Theo from Manchester, MA 
Jun 30 2007 Rating: 1/5 Stars

This album sucked. New Catch 22 cds are a waste of money. I will never buy another Catch 22 release for as long as I live. They Suck!

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Matthew from Warminster, ON Canada 
Feb 28 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

slower than previous albums, these boys take their sound in a new, but solid direction. standout tracks 'the spark', 'a minor point' and 'opportunity'. ive seen these boys 3 times, and i never get tired of them. keep ska alive, pcik up 'permanent revolution'!

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Eamonn from Fort Collins, CO 
Feb 17 2007 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Alright first of all this CD was excellent, yeah its true that they have slowed the music down a little but it is more detailed and precise. If you know anything about communism or Trotsky you will appreciate it more. For those of you who are still whining about Tom leaving shut up. Keasby Nights wasnt that great anyway. He went and started another band and all their songs are whiny and are not that good so just quiet down.

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Carly from Yuba City, CA 
Oct 8 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I was C22 last year and was amazed. I have a few of their old tracks, which were great. I got this album and...well... my first reaction was "Is there another Catch 22?" There was a point in time when C22 was good--when they were real ska. This... just isn't it.

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Nick from York, PA 
Sep 13 2006 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Have been a fan of catch 22 for a long time, through out all the lineup changes and what not, but i must say that i am dissapointed with this album. Not understanding the whole concept behind this album. A major let down.

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Russell. from Parma, OH 
Jul 14 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

The more I listen to this, the more I like it. Very ska, very good. Kinda like the specials meet sublime...wait, does that make any damn sense? Regardless, it is a damn good album, i just wish it had a couple of more songs on it.

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Richard from Derbyshire, United Kingdom 
Jul 11 2006 Rating: 1/5 Stars

This must be the biggest load of shit i have ever put in my ears. I've been a catch 22 fan from the start but it has to be the crapest thing they have ever done!

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Chris from Glassboro, NJ 
Jul 6 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is probably the most amazing catch 22 albums ever PS fuck all of you kids who are still complaining that thomas left like a million years ago keasy night wasn't even that great

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Matthew from Springfield, PA 
Jul 1 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This CD is an amazing tale of a man throughout his life from the start of his problems to the ultimate ending of his life. Overall, Catch 22 delivers. This one definately is better than any old Dinosaur Sounds you've heard from ths lineup. Elrend is once again singing lead vocals, and although, at times, it is easy to find his voice annoying, he captures what they wanted and for once, his singing ability, or lack-there-of, helped out. I'm giving it a 5 just because the musical content and the lyrical content bring forth a historical documentation of a man deserving of such a "tribute" if you will.

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Addison from Richmond, VA 
Jun 29 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

This cd is awesome for some of the solid songs it produces, but the songs are really short and some of the other songs...well suck. I'm sorry but one of the tracks sounds like pure elevator music if you took the vocals away. I don't mean to be so harsh, but there isn't enough fast songs, just slow mushy ones. still a great album but can't compare against streetlight manifesto.

 
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