Reviews for Counter-Revolution: The band's debut, 'Counter Revolution,' is a pleasant album filled with retrofitted, hummable pop-rock. Vickie Casey Minneapolis Star-Tribune January 2000 Counter-Revolution is the song that starts off this album and man, is it catchy. It resembles classic, catchy, poppy songs that have not been heard for about the past 20 years. Neal Mayerle From Cake Magazine November 1999 Kind of pop, kind of punk, a scoop of rock and a dash of funk, kind of big and kind of small, no need to ramble, that says it all. This release is full of quick, clever tunes that are packed with bursts of electric energy. JunoBeach.com September 1999 Atomic Flea is a great name; they write catchy, neo-pop, Beatles/Byrds-style songs with cool titles like "Save A Tear," "Love Called Hate," and "Icarus." Three of them are Notre Dame graduates. The songs on this CD don't need the kitschy overload the press kit invites (they sent me an Atomic Flea Key Ring), and band members Mike, Eric, Bill, and Nick make some pretty catchy, summer-style rock and roll when they're not busy programming, machining, designing, and engineering. "Save A Tear" is a June radio single if I've ever heard one, and with their self-described plan to "get out there and kick some candy counter-revolutionary ass," they should be sinking their sly little hooks in your ears very soon. Tom Hallett Pulse of the Twin Cities June 1999.