My first reaction to this album was: awesome, I can finally hear the lyrics! Catch 22 are known for their unbelievably fast ska-core sound and unidentifiable lyrics. They've decided to slow down a bit on this album, but fear not: the intensity, skill and style are still present. "Dinosaur Sounds" is more reggae and funk than past material, but holds on to their trademark ska, punk, reggae and soul blend. The band consists of Ryan Eldred (Vocals/Saxophone), Kevin Gunther (Trumpet/Vocals), Pat Calpin (Guitar), Pat Kays (Bass/Vocals), Ian McKenzie (Trombone) and Chris Greer (Drums). Each member adds a certain flavour to the band, giving Catch 22 their remarkably full, harmonious and diverse sound. Eldred's lyrics on this album speak of general bitterness towards the world: constant let downs, deception, and worldly chaos. There are many great, upbeat songs on this record, tunes that will make you want to dance. Standout songs are: "Rocky", "Wine Stained Lips" (music video on the way), "Dreams Of Venus", "Dripping Faucet," "Regression" and "Lamont's Lament," a wicked instrumental piece.