Everything Goes Numb

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Everything Goes Numb
Streetlight Manifesto - Everything Goes Numb.jpg
Studio album by Streetlight Manifesto
Released August 26, 2003
Recorded 2002-2003
Genre Ska-punk, Third Wave Ska
Length 55:12
Label The RISC Group, Victory
Producer Tomas Kalnoky
Streetlight Manifesto chronology
Streetlight Manifesto
(2002)Streetlight Manifesto2002
Everything Goes Numb
Keasbey Nights
(2006)Keasbey Nights2006
Professional ratings
Review scores
Source Rating
Allmusic 4/5 stars [1]
Punknews.org 5/5 stars[2]
AbsolutePunk 85%[3]

Everything Goes Numb is the debut 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" samples the melody of Hungarian Dance No. 5 by Johannes Brahms.

Track listing[edit]

All songs written by Tomas Kalnoky

No. Title Length
1. "Everything Went Numb" 3:29
2. "That'll Be the Day" 4:42
3. "Point/Counterpoint" 5:27
4. "If and When We Rise Again" 4:19
5. "A Better Place, a Better Time" 6:28
6. "We Are the Few" 4:56
7. "Failing, Flailing" 5:28
8. "Here’s to Life" 4:41
9. "A Moment of Silence" 5:13
10. "A Moment of Violence" 2:00
11. "The Saddest Song" 3:18
12. "The Big Sleep" 5:02
Total length: 55:12


Additional personnel[edit]

  • Chris Bailey - Auxiliary Percussion
  • Jeff Davidson - Gang Vocals
  • Steve Ho - Gang Vocals
  • Jason Kanter - Mixing
  • Robbie Krieger - Cello (Track 12 only)
  • Lico - Gang Vocals
  • Dominick Maita - Mastering
  • Shane Thompson - Auxiliary Percussion
  • Natalia Ushak - Cover Model


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