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New Found Glory

New Found Glory

Drive-Thru 112338

Released on September 26, 2000


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Average Customer Rating: 4 with 27 reviews (See Below)
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Song Titles
# Song Name Popularity
1 Better Off Dead Voted #2  15%
2 Dressed To Kill  12%
3 Sincerely Me Voted #3  12%
4 Hit Or Miss Voted #1  16%
5 Second To Last  4%
6 Eyesore  5%
7 Vegas  4%
8 Sucker  9%
9 Black & Blue  2%
10 Boy Crazy  9%
11 All About Her  7%
12 Ballad For The Lost Romantics  5%
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Jason from Apo, AE 
Oct 25 2005 Rating: 4/5 Stars

NFG's second full-length album shows a lot of maturity compared to their first. Jordan shows a lot more of his signature vocal stylings that became NFG's trademark on their later albums, something that was sorely lacking on "Nothing Gold Can Stay". This CD also contains a much better recording of "Hit or Miss", probably the best song from their 1st album. All in all, I would recommend to anyone listening to this band for the first time to start with this CD rather than "Nothing Gold Can Stay", as it only gets better from here!

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Chris from Saratoga Springs, NY 
Dec 9 2004 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I can't believe I'm just reviewing this now... it obviously came out a while ago, and I had a burned copy of it, then bought it and now I'm reviewing it. Nonetheless, it's a fun album. Pretty simple pop-punk, relationship-lyric songs that are enjoyable to rock out to or chill listening to. It's hard for me to say which NFG album I like the most, but this one is always a consideration, although I was impressed by their newest release, Catalyst. They managed to put out another good album, in my opinion. Favorite tracks on this CD are 2 & 12, although "Hit or Miss" obviously made them much more popular. Bottom line: if you like NFG, you'll like this album. I do...

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John from Flemington, NJ 
Mar 23 2003 Rating: 1/5 Stars

new found glory sucks, and so does all emo. my little brother baught this cd, so i will take this oppertunity to say what a woman the lead singer sounds like,and what a bitch the drumer is. dont buy this shit,if you listen to this you are either a poser who wants to be punk, but keep your preppy friends. or you used to listen to nsync and are now listnig to them because they are on TRL. go sit and cry in a corner you fuckin' emo kid!

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Alex from Endicott, NY 
Apr 30 2002 Rating: 4/5 Stars

I have had this since the day it came out... This cd isn't as good as nothing gold can stay. It is just too much pop and the recording is too clean and not full at all. NO muscle in the guitars. I mean don't get me wrong musically the songs are super catchy but they lack in substance compared to NGCS. The lyrics seem to be like they digressed in age since writing the first album. I do love these guys though. They put on an amazing live show and I have been around following them since the beginning.

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Eli from Boularderie Center, NS Canada 
Mar 10 2002 Rating: 1/5 Stars

whats that word? oh yeah...sellout. these guys are shit. I had a few songs from nothing gold can stay so I bought this when it first came out. man, this is the worst piece of garbage to fit on a cd. if your considering buying this cd you shouldnt be at interpunk you shouldnt know what interpunk is. fuck off. die!

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Lisa from Greensboro, NC 
Feb 5 2002 Rating: 5/5 Stars

Definately the best New Found Glory CD out there. Better than Nothing Gold Can Stay. I would definately recommend this CD is you like pop punk.

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Usman from Jakarta, Indonesia 
Sep 5 2001 Rating: 4/5 Stars

Kick Ass Cd. The tune sticks in ur head for ages. It worth buying the good songs on this are hit or miss, all about her, and boy crazy. If u like saves the day, ataris, rufio, you would love this Usman Indo

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Andrew from Schenectady, NY 
Aug 14 2001 Rating: 3/5 Stars

This CD is more of the same. Don't get em wrong I like it alot, but it doesn't break any new ground for NFG or the pop/emo/punk genre in general. Still I highly recomend it to fans of NFG or of pop-punk as it has soild, catchy tunes that you will listen to over and over. I'm still waiting for NFG to do something NEW though. Ah well...

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Sheree from Murrieta, CA 
Jun 9 2001 Rating: 2/5 Stars

Ok, I bought this cd cuz my friend said it was the shit. So I bought it and it sucks my fat dick. It is whining music just like the Ataris. About some bitch who don't like them or something. The fags need to stop making pussy music and sing as if they actually had something between their legs.

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James from Altus AFB, OK 
Jun 7 2001 Rating: 3/5 Stars

I think my lady friend said best, "It's sounds like, uh, you know, Stuff........." I have heard much better, but again, there is MUCH worse. Kinda like a whiny Blink 182.

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