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  • Audio CD (1 Feb. 2006)
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Victory Records
  • ASIN: B0000ALQCK
  • Other Editions: Vinyl  |  MP3 Download
  • Average Customer Review: 4.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (8 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 40,892 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Everything Went Numb
2. That'll Be The Day
3. Point/Counterpoint
4. If And When We Rise Again
5. A Better Place, A Better Time
6. We Are The Few
7. Failing, Flailing
8. Here's To Life
9. A Moment Of Silence
10. A Moment Of Violence
11. The Saddest Song
12. The Big Sleep

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 2 Nov. 2003
Format: Audio CD
If you though Catch 22's 'Keasbey Nights' was a good album, well this is even more impressive. The second Tomas Kalnoky's vocals begin on the opening track you'll know this is a superb album.'Everything went Numb' is a faultless track as are all of them.'That'll be the Day' introduces a little distorted guitar with a nice interchange of a fast and slow pace. 'Point/Counterpoint' is the track which stands out slightly on the first listen. It has everything you could want from a ska punk tune. 'if and when we rise again' is probably the weakest track, but on this album that's nothing bad as it would stand out on any other album. I like the way that 'a moment of violence' and 'a moment of silence' are contrasting songs. '..Silence' is the most laid back tune with a kind of reaggae feel. '...Violence' uses the same melodies, horn parts and some lyrics but is an angry fast outburst which is pure brilliance. These two tracks outline the creativity of Streetlight Manifesto. The last two tracks are top quality too and 'The Big sleep' reminds me a little of the last tune on 'Keasbey Nights' There is so much variation with this CD. this record is fast, slow, happy, sad. The vocals are so varied from the quiet voice of Tomas to the more gruff aggresive and he is also aided by added gang vocals. The horns are outstanding and play a big part on all the songs. Most of the tracks are around 4 or 5 minutes long which is very surprising for such a band but this simply means that the listener is entertained for longer. Also, although the cd has a generally happy feel, may of the songs look at problems such as suicide and generally giving up on life. The lyrics are incredible but I think that they follow the same theme too often.Read more ›
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By "www_stateofemergency_net" on 13 Feb. 2004
Format: Audio CD
Streetlight Manifesto will be shocking familiar to you, with regard to their sound. This will only occur though, if you own the Catch 22 album ‘Keasbey Nights’; An album which I sincerely hope you do because it is one of the most important and exciting Ska revival albums of the 90’s. The familiarity stems from the fact that this band was formed from the members of two similar groups from the same region, ‘One Cool Guy’ and ‘Catch-22’.
So now you might have an idea of the sound, but I will go into it anyway. Streetlight Manifesto are a bass and brass led group with cheeky flurries of clean guitar topped off with speedy, tuneful & sometimes almost rapped vocals that your will adore. Despite what you may think from that description, this is very relaxed and chilled out music with 4-7 minute songs that offer huge expansive journeys and tales of death, reflection and life. Despite its inherently bouncy feel this album is chock full of violent and pessimistic references. This makes for an even balance and exciting subject matter for this genre and could be compared to the lyrical content of ‘The Transplants’.
A perfect example of this would be; ‘They’ll try to tell you that it’s ok, but it’s not and your shot and your bleeding pretty bad, and you cant stop thinking about the things you never had, like a wife and a kid and the things you never did’ from the most accomplished and wonderfully fulfilling song on this album; ‘Point / Counterpoint’. Too long have punk and Ska songs been sentenced to never dip their little toes beyond that 3 minute mark.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 22 Oct. 2003
Format: Audio CD
Just when you thought that the SKA world wasnt going to produce and new sound, Streetlight Manifesto come out all guns blazing.
3 of the band were in the original Catch 22 Lineup - the band that saved the scene for me with perfect horns and a singer you could believe in. Well that singer left Catch 22 and left them a hollow shell.
Now hes back with his buddies on a self financed SKAfest, the horns just keep traveling south, past mexico and almost have a Peurto Rico feel to them. Smart, witty lyrics and a Ska beat that makes you smile, wriggle and roar!!
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By melanie almond on 26 July 2004
Format: Audio CD
just as i had binge listened to every catch22 albumn and began to get bored i started to begin to think there was no more hope left for ska punk until i heard of streetlight manifesto! every track on this albumn is fast, catchy with amazingly sung lyrics which you cannot sit still to! tomas has an amazing voice perfectly suited for this music which you can listen to all day! i only got this albumn this morning and have actually sat at home all day listening to it, it will not leave your c.d player! definatly my finest albumn out of my whole ska punk collection which varies from mad caddies to mighty mighty bosstones to less than jake and goldfinger! your collection is not complete without this albumn
standout tracks: heres to life, everything goes numb and point/counterpoint
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