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Album Review

Most all of New Found Glory's releases have been exuberant pop-punk affairs, practically serving alongside the work of blink-182 as the blueprint to the entire genre for the early 2000s. The guys have been nothing if not consistent for their legion of fans, but there's something about their fifth album, Coming Home, that begs for those earlier fans, who may have retreated in the face of TRL superstardom, to return. It's not that this album blatantly hearkens back to the days of "Hit or Miss." From the album's packaging to the comfortable nature of the music, it actually feels more mature (though the guys really haven't matured at all) in a way that is catchy without seeming to care about radio accessibility. Of course, the songs are absolutely accessible, infectious tracks like "Hold My Hand," "It's Not Your Fault," and "Too Good to Be" instantly ready to tear up the airwaves. Rather, the band is now in a position to simply enjoy itself without needing to forcibly shove saccharine-saturated hooks down the throats of anyone standing nearby. And they seem to realize this fact, reflected in the at-ease spirit of Coming Home. Developing family life (including new marriages and children) and years of experience have conjured up some of NFG's happiest and content lyrics in a while. Heartache is still present (though mostly attributed to familial woes and not high school-related drama), as the music remains energetic and naturally fun. Jordan Pundik's voice is still inherently nasal, but the sugary edge has been removed, leaving him sounding fuller, thus easier to handle. Renowned rock producer Thom Panunzio (who's worked with Tom Petty, Ozzy Osbourne, Joan Jett, Alice Cooper, to name a few) undoubtedly had a hand in this transformation, but his expertise simply tweaked what the guys already had, instead of making them something they're not. Make no mistake — this is a New Found Glory album through and through. It's full of melody, personality, and all the best attributes of their earlier work presented in a way that grows more memorable with each listen. Is it their best work yet? That's debatable. But it sure is satisfying and proves that NFG is far from ready to surrender to all the fresh-faced bands nipping at their heels.

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This is another Great installment from New Found Glory. This time around, New found Glory has “Revamped” there song style. Although long time fans would still recognize their punk upbringing, the sound this time around focuses on the vocals VS. Instruments more then in the past. A definite step from their well know hit, “All down hill from here” with its hard hitting guitar and drum influences. They have a mature sound on “Coming Home” VS. past albums. But they still manage to keep some hard hitting punk songs in Coming Home. A sure favorite of all long time fans, but still manages to opens new doors for new comers to NFG. Although not the best album made in history, a sure fire buy for one and all. Final Score: Vocals: 8 Use of Instruments: 9 Original Content: 6 Complete music content: 9 Sound Improvement from last album: 9 Tracks to price Ratio: 8 Over all score of album: 9 or 4 1/2 stars. God Life

Different But For The Best

You can't deny this album has totally different feel than their previous albums. For the most part it's more mellow. However, I think the old style was simply used up and I'm glad they made this transition. "Taken Back By You" and "Familiar Landscapes" are "Must Hears" here. Anyone who's liked them before or maybe didn't like them so much should give this album a shot. The catchy lyrics and overall tone of this album gives it a 5 in my book.


i listen to this album at least once everday. so i may be obsessed but what can i say they are amazing. oxygen-10/10-great lyrics upbeat hold my hand-9/10 great lyrics a little repetitive though its not your fault 10/10 i love it coming home 7/10 my least fav. song i bought it as a single first and now i'm sick of it make your move 9/10 i love these lyrics one of the slower songs! taken back by you 10/10 amazing. love the guitar too good to be 10/10 i like the clapping! and lyrics and guitar. gah. its great love and pain 9/10 again just a bit repetitive but still great lyrics familiar landscapes 10/10 slow/fast in the same song! i like the background little do do do's and the lyrics when i die 9/10 sweet lyrics connected 10/10 i love the guitar and lyrics :) boulders 8/10 the other slower song. idon't know why but i just don't really LOVE this song but its still really good i just like NFG when they are more upbeat! making plans 10/10 guitar lyrics and tempo are great! overall this album is amazing and you should buy the whole thing! if you dont wanna buy the whole thing the best songs are: oxygen its not your fault taken back by you and making plans :) peace


Formed: 1997 in Coral Springs, FL

Genre: Rock

Years Active: '90s, '00s, '10s

Hailing from Coral Springs, Florida, punk-pop band New Found Glory were formed in mid-1997 by vocalist Jordan Pundik, bassist Ian Grushka, drummer Joe Moreno (replaced by longtime drummer Cyrus Bolooki after the band's first release), and guitarists Chad Gilbert (previously the vocalist for Shai Hulud) and Steve Klein. Having recently graduated from high school, the bandmates wasted little time amassing a cult following, eventually rising to the upper tier of punk-pop music alongside Good Charlotte,...
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