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Streetlight Manifesto

Everything Goes Numb

(Members From Catch 22)

Victory 209

Released on August 26, 2003


$11.00

The hugely anticipated new album from this new band formed by CATCH 22 songwriter TOMAS KAINOKY and fellow C22-ers JOSH ANSLEY, and JAMIE EGAN. Continuing where Catch 22 left off, the band soars through twelve tracks of ska-punk magic, delivered with energetic horn parts, and fabulous vocal harmonies.

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Average Customer Rating: 5 with 83 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Everything Went Numb Voted #3  12%
2 That'll Be The Day  7%
3 Point/Counterpoint Voted #1  18%
4 Color-Coded Quotes  3%
5 A Better Place, A Better Time  11%
6 We Are The Few Voted #2  14%
7 Failing, Flailing  4%
8 Here's To Life  9%
9 A Moment Of Silence  8%
10 A Moment Of Violence  3%
11 Saddest Song  4%
12 Big Sleep  8%
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Steve from Rimouski, PQ Canada 
Apr 1 2008 Rating: 4/5 Stars

The musicians playing in Streetlight Manifesto are so great. Those boys know how to hamonize everything together and make something catchy, and very original. After you listened to this CD, I guarantee that you will keep singing those catchy (and crazy) horn section. Personally, I would say that I prefer the album "Somewhere In The Between" because it sound even more professional and backs vocal are incredible, but this one is a must have to for sure! So buy this CD, for sure you won't be disappointed!!

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Joseph from Columbus, OH 
Mar 24 2008 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is great album by Streetlight. Of course they sound much better live. I just love ska. You just get good feelings when you listen to it. That guy Knud from Denmark was right, it does sound better each time you listen to it.

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Jason from Toronto, ON Canada 
Dec 28 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is an AMAZING ska album, PLENTY of awesome horns, wicked ska riffs and it even has some metal guitar riffs. This is really an awesome cd if you like ska. I would get this one before streetlights new album, the vocals are much better on this one, they have a more crust sound to them.

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Tyler from West Olive, MI 
Jul 28 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

holy shit this cd is amazing. if you have any interest or respect for ska or punk you should buy this as soon as you can. very, very good cd.

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Filippo from Montreal, PQ Canada 
May 24 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This album is amazing, the first song off the album is my favorite. The whole album is just ska with some elements of punk, but its as a whole a full ska album.

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Geoffrey from Auckland, New Zealand 
Apr 3 2007 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Lyrically this music is amazing. Some songs are really dark, but are over powered by the catchy fast ska. This CD is definetly one of my all time favourites. Buy this if you like Catch 22, Big D, Reel Big Fish etc. Just buy it if you like Ska in general, you won't be let down.

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Pat from Chicago, IL 
Aug 26 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

definetley the album that i play the most. i find it an amazing ska album from an amazing band. some of the horns have a kind of marirachi sound, but the cd sound fucking amazing.

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Addison from Richmond, VA 
May 6 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Totally fuckin awesome. This cd is very fast paced ska/ punk with sweet horns and saxaphones. the lead singers voice is also very unique and changes sometimes but still his voice can be very tiresome. but that's ok! it just means you can't listen to the whole album at once. if you are a ska fan, pick this shit up. its kicks major ass.

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Knud from Copenhagen, Denmark 
Apr 25 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

"Everything went numb for the money and the guns". That's how this amazing album starts out. I seriously have no idea how to describe how I feel about this record. I just know that Tomas Kalnoky is a genius. I have heard this record extremely much. Within this one year that have past since I purchased it, it has become the cd I have listened to the most, EVER! Every single time I listen to this I find something new I hadn't really noticed before.

All of the band members play their instrument amazing. The horns are really well fitting, the bass is just fast and smooth and the drums are excellent. The drummer is actually very talented. I keep changing favourite song cause they are all great, and if I get a little bit tired of a song, I just take a break while listening to one of the other ones, and when I then listen to the song again, it is as great as before.

The genre is ska-punk but is definitely mixed with some other genres. It sounds a lot different from the average 3rd wave ska band, which is good.

Many people compare this record to Catch 22's Keasbey Nights, because 3 of the members are the same and they have a similar sound. But even though Keasbey Nights is a truly awesome record, I have come to the conclusion that this one is even better. Everything goes numb is more varied and both the lyrics, the horn lines and especially the drumming has been improved a lot.

Buy this if you liked the old Catch 22, Botar or just good music in general. I bet you'll enjoy it; I sure did, in a way I have never tried before or since.

This cd isn't perfect, but it's the closest thing to it I have seen.

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Noah from New Milford, CT 
Mar 23 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

This is a great CD.As good, if not better, than Catch 22's KEASBY NIGHTS.A Definite buy for fans of ska/punk. Great lyrics, great music, great everything.

 
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