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One can only wonder what effect I and Catch-33 will have on future, more live-friendly, Meshuggah material.
They lyrics, as well as the more almost "catchy", yet still mindbendingly polyrhythmic structure of this song/album, really do make "Catch 33" a very fitting title.
(The way music should be) And if its an album you really like, by all means, go out and buy the CD to show your support and love.
This was one of my later Meshuggah purchases. I read many mixed reviews on this album and it led me to buy the other albums first. Boy was I in for a surprise!!! Read morePublished 3 months ago by Pokinatcha!
This is one of those albums that I can listen to many times without it getting boring. Obzen is another one comparable to this in terms of "re-listenability"Published 7 months ago by G2
This is one of my favorite albums, and I had allot of trouble finding it in stores, due to it not being as popular.
It arrived in good condition and was not late. Happy me.
One of the best musical works of all time. Saw it live, nothing like it. .. Absolutely amazing album, meshuggah reached a new level with this one as for the entire genre.Published 12 months ago by dstyles777
So if you're reading this, you probably already know that Meshuggah are god-like. If so, just buy the CD already. You know you'll like it. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Travis Anthony
This Album is just parts of one collective song, and it pulses with a life that resonates strongly through Meshuggah's style. A must have!Published 19 months ago by Charles McClain
If your looking for your first Meshuggah album look else were because catch thirty three is not a good album to start at... maybe obzen or koloss. Read morePublished on June 27, 2012 by UncleCollector
same song played over and over again.
dont believe me? listen to at LEAST the first 3 tracks and close your eyes lol.
There's a lot of troll reviews for this album because the album didn't meet their personal wants and needs. Read morePublished on June 21, 2011 by Albert Tomasura