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Catch 22

Alone In A Crowd

Victory 1222

Released on October 10, 2000

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CATCH 22 have proven themselves as one of the infectious and hardworking bands in punk rock pumping out intense and motivating music. Blending traditional pop punk with a saluting three-piece horn section, the band brings more energy to the genre then can be safely put into words. Vocalist JEFF DAVIDSON adds a contagious charisma that only adds to the danger. Thirteen songs.

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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 35 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Point The Blame Voted #2  13%
2 Sounds Good, But I Don't Know  9%
3 It Takes Some Time  10%
4 What Goes Around Comes Around Voted #1  21%
5 Arm To Arm  7%
6 Guilty Pleasures  3%
7 Bloomfield Ave. Voted #3  11%
8 Hard to Impress  7%
9 San Francisco Payphone  4%
10 Wreck Of The Sloop John B  2%
11 Neverending Story  5%
12 Thinking About Things  2%
13 Alone In A Crowd  4%
14 (Hidden Track)  1%
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Cameron from Ashburn, VA 
Jul 11 2006 Rating: 4/5 Stars

In my opinion, nothing can get better than Keasbey Nights. Even though Tom left, Alone in a Crowd's lead singer sounds like Tom. Overall this CD is great and any Catch 22 should pick it up.

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Devin from Irwin, PA 
Aug 18 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

just like i thought..another great cd from a great band..not as good as keasbey nights but still worth picking up..different lead singer but sounds great nonetheless..if you're a fan of catch 22 and you don't have this cd..GET IT!

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Jon from Lincoln, RI 
Aug 16 2005 Rating: 3/5 Stars

Many Catch 22 fans tend to look at everything Catch released after Keasbey Nights as pure horrible material, seeing as Tomas and half the band had left. However, that's not really the case. AITC is one example that doesn't get much of a chance. "Point The Blame" is an incredibly fun song. Any third wave ska fan will love it. There's also a few more good listens, but the CD does fade away towards the end. I don't think anything besides "Neverending Story" is worth listening to after track eight. But this is another Catch release that's worth getting.

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Marc from Lyndhurst, OH 
May 25 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Alone in The Crowd is a great CD. I don't know what all these people who are saying it is a dissappointment were listening to, but this is no disappointment. In the CD the recording sounds alot more mastered (i don't know the correct term), the lyrics are on par with Keasbey Nights stuff, the horn lines still rock (Sounds Good But I Don't Know has an amazing horn part at the end). Arm to Arm is definitely one of my favorite songs period, if you listen to the lyrics its great. The only thing that i didn't like on it is i wish that they had a nice long instrumental in here. The intro into Point the Blame sounds so majestic and powerful, and that is what you'll get from this CD. Just because Kalnoky, and Egan, and Ansley aren't in this anymore, doesn't mean they can't still rock on. Egan actually did work on this CD, he arranged all the string parts, which are also a nice add to the CD. I love Jeff Davidson's (i believe thats his name) vocals. Just take this CD for what it is- it's not TRYING to be like Keasbey Nights, so don't keep talking about how it's not the same. It's not supposed to be, this is a band showing how they've changed, and on this CD its a great change.

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Andy from Crestview, FL 
Apr 24 2005 Rating: 1/5 Stars

This cd sucks!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Not the same Catch 22 that came out with Keasby Nights. Half the band left, and the new band sucks. Recommend Keasby Nights and thats it from these fag bags.

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Ryan from Newport News, VA 
Feb 10 2005 Rating: 5/5 Stars

The puzzle is complete! Now that I own all Catch 22 in album form, I must comment on the wondrousness of this band. This is a good CD cause it bridges the gap in between Keasbey Nights and the newer stuff. I must say you need Keasbey Nights first, then move on to the later stuff. Good songs on here "Point the Blame", "Arm to Arm", and many many more.

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Bruno from Joliette, PQ Canada 
Dec 16 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

after keasbey night, we thiniking cacth 22 stay the same but no.this is with a diifferent singer but their new style are excellent to listen.too much speed in their song on this album same as their first records but their style are more fast.really good cd.all of the song was it now!!!!!

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Josh from Lima, OH 
Aug 7 2004 Rating: 3/5 Stars

It's pretty good, but it's no Keasbey Nights. They did a decent job of trying to hold on to Thomas's lyrical stylings with this one... but it went all down hill after this with "Washed up..." and "Dinosaur Sounds". I've got to admit that "What Goes Around..." is absolutely amazing and almost on par with some of the songs from Keasbey Nights. I guess it's worth the purchase.

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Erik from Garden City, MI 
Jul 7 2004 Rating: 5/5 Stars

damn, this cd was good. i'm actually having trouble deciding if i like this one or Keasbey Nights more. it's a good release from these jersey boys. bloomfield ave. has got to be my favorite song on it. the bonus track is funny. check it out.

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Michele from Colorado Springs, CO 
Dec 28 2003 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Pretty good Catch 22 CD. If you're just getting in to them I would say get Keasby Nights first, than this than Washed Up And Through The Wringer. If you really like Keasby Nights and are thinking about buying this, I would say get the Streetlight Manifesto CD. Overall a good CD, just not as good as Keasby Nights or the Streetlight Manifesto CD.

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