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Streetlight Manifesto

Keasbey Nights

Victory 240

Released on March 7, 2006

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Originally released in March of 1998 by New Jersey heroes CATCH 22, the first recording of Keasbey Nights was hailed as an instant ska classic for its revolutionary combination of upbeat reggae and ska style fused with the much faster, harder edges of punk. A desire for expansion and to push musical boundaries even further led ska visionary Tomas Kalnoky, founding member of CATCH 22 and the primary writer of Keasbey Nights, to form ska supergroup STREETLIGHT MANIFESTO in 1999. Today, after numerous world tours and a successful Victory Records debut album under their belts, STREETLIGHT MANIFESTO is ready to present the classic Keasbey Nights to the world again. Keasbey Nights is a revolutionary message to ska fans throughout the world, and will assume its rightful position as a collector’s item for any ska fan.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 9 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Dear Sergio  10%
2 Sick And Sad  6%
3 Keasbey Nights Voted #1  14%
4 Day In, Day Out Voted #3  10%
5 Walking Away  4%
6 Giving Up, Giving In  8%
7 On & On & On  10%
8 Riding The Fourth Wave  4%
9 This One Goes Out To...  5%
10 Supernothing  3%
11 9mm And A Three Piece Suit Voted #2  10%
12 Kristina She Don't Know I Exist  2%
13 As The Footsteps Die Out Forever  8%
14 1234 1234  7%
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Jacob from Frenchtown, NJ 
Jan 3 2010 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Wow, and I used to hate ska when I was younger and dumber. Specifically the song Keasbey Nights, which is now one of my favorites from this record along with, well, pretty much all the songs. I think I might even buy the original from Catch 22 now, I don't care if it's the same record.

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Guy from Carmel, NY 
Aug 21 2007 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Good album, but I was expecting more. Obviously the recording is cleaner and the songs are more polished, but wasn't the rawness and intensity of the original Keasbey Nights part of it's appeal? Take that away and you've got this. It's good, but not nearly great. Disappointing overall from a band which is synonymous with excellence.

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Juli from Citrus Heights, CA 
Jul 11 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

this is a great album and if u are a fan of streetlight u should def. buy it...on of my favorite cds i give it 5 stars

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Devin from Irwin, PA 
Jul 7 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

i just bought this out of pure curiosity because i've owned the original for years..i really wanted to see if the supposed "superior musicianship" could make 'keasbey nights,' one of my favorite albums, even better..and the answer is no..the raw sound of the original is what makes it so good..if you're going to buy one buy the original..although either version is a good investment..i'd give the original a 5 and this one a 4..out

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Mark from Apo Ae,  
May 13 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

this is a really good album one of the best ska albums i have hear in awhile if you are in to early real big fish and sublime you might want to check this out. i love the old school vibe on this record

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Taylor from Boone, NC 
Mar 21 2006 Rating: 5/5 Stars

All in all, this is a pretty awesome remake of Keasbey Nights. It may not have that certain "spunk" that thrived in original, but it is nonetheless a terrific record. The sound has matured greatly, with better vocals as well as much better horns, not to mention a greater quality in recording. As most have said so far, if you're new to Keasbey Nights, I would buy the original first. But I would most definitely recommend this new recording to any Streetlight fan, or just any ska fan in general.

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Scott from Champaign, IL 
Mar 18 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I think people are being too hard on this album. Yes, it does lack the youthful energy of the original release, but that is not the point of this record. It was produced to prevent a rerelease of the original album that would be untouched sonically (Tom Kalnoky was not satisfied with the original recordings) and with different art or a few new tracks or something to get people that had already purchased the album to waste their money purchasing it again. This way people that love the original Keasby Nights and Streetlight Manifesto can get something legitimately new/different. And yes, if you are completely new to Keasby Nights you should get the original 1998 version as it is a masterpiece, but that should not take away that this is still a great record.

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Michael from San Antonio, TX 
Mar 11 2006 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Well...it's a bit different from the original, but nothing drastic. There are some added lyrics and some bonus horns and the production is better, but it lacks the count-offs and "heps" during the songs that i enjoy so much. Most noticable during "Keasbey Nights"

the new record just lacks character....i guess!

If you are looking to buy KN, get the original 1st....and if your interested or curious enough to hear a different version (like i am) pick this up as well.

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Sean from Saskatoon, SK Canada 
Mar 9 2006 Rating: 1/5 Stars

AWESOME!!! Catch 22's Keasbey Nights was the best ska cd ever. Until this was released.

 
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