Everything Goes Numb [Bonus Track] Album

Streetlight Manifesto

About Everything Goes Numb [Bonus Track]

Everything Goes Numb is the debut studio album by American ska punk band Streetlight Manifesto, released on August 26, 2003. It garnered critical acclaim, with critics commenting on the quality of the band's lyrics and their powerful energy. The album has since acquired a cult following among fans of the Third Wave Ska movement. This is the first full-length album frontman and vocalist Tomas Kalnoky participated in since leaving the ska-punk band Catch 22. The track "If and When We Rise Again" quotes the melody of Hungarian Dance No. 5 by Johannes Brahms. 


Year:
2003
#SongDuration
1
Everything Went Numb
  
2  
3
Point/Counterpoint
  
4
If and When We Rise Again
  
5
A Better Place, A Better Time
  
6
We Are the Few
  
8
Here's to Life
  
9
A Moment of Silence
  
10
A Moment of Violence
  
11
Saddest Song
  
12
Big Sleep
  

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