99 Songs of A Revolution is a collection reworked and recorded showcasing
STREETLIGHT MANIFESTO’s renditions of classics by Paul Simon, The Postal Service, NOFX and The Dead Milkmen among several
others. It is the band’s testament to the great artistry that influences them and adds to the vast and unique catalog that this band has in
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Tony from St. Louis, MO
Jul 18 2011
Awesome covers, in there own way better than the originals in my opinion. Not to discredit bad religion or anyone else streetlight just put an amazing take on some good songs.
Don from Loma Linda, CA
Jun 7 2010
Well, it's Streetlight doing cover songs. A few songs stand out and are truly worth listening to, but the rest were just white noise. I thought I might like Paul Simon being interpreted by Streetlight, but I still think he is lame even after they belt out his tracks.
I know they have another 8 or 9 discs coming out over time and I know I will buy everyone because it is still Streetlight Manifesto.
Nora from Joliet, IL
Apr 9 2010
This is streetlight doing a very good job at covering songs. I really like this band and you should too. punk skacoreish.