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New found energy, new found purpose: that's what Not Without A Fight is all about. The first New Found Glory album to bear the Epitaph logo brims with fresh promise, showcasing a band comfortable in their own skin and eager to get back to basics and present it all to the world. Not Without A Fight is arguably the strongest addition to an impressive catalog with no less than three gold ... Read more in Amazon's New Found Glory Store

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Product Details

  • Audio CD (May 18, 2004)
  • Original Release Date: 2004
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Format: Enhanced
  • Label: Drive-Thru
  • ASIN: B00020W0UQ
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (286 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #125,878 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

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New Found Glory ~ Catalyst

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Chorus of this song is catchy as hell and really good.
John Murphy
I have the previous New Found Glory albums and really enjoyed the self-titled one and Sticks & Stones.
Hollis
Every song will be stuck in your head, and ALL are worth a listen.
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By lipgloss_and_letdown on August 12, 2004
Format: Audio CD
*Note: I give this 3.5 stars

I've been listening to New Found Glory for awhile now and to me, it seems after the selftitled, their sounds has altered. This record is more towards 'Stick And Stones' sound; a very polished sound. I can't explain it, but it seems all their things are standardized. There arent many of those super fast songs back in the 'Nothing Gold' and Selftitled era. Also, it might be me, or is Jordan voice higer pitched and nasaler on the newer records? But, having said that, this albums is filled of catchy pop songs, but at the same time, they really experiment a bit with more heavier sounds and even add a cameo of the amazing Reggie And Full Effect. You may be thinking, every band out there seems to be adding screaming to their songs, and NFG are just jumping to the bandwagon. Well your wrong, with Chad Gilbert the former frontman of hardcore legends Shai Hulud, screaming has always been part of NFG veins. Heres a rundown:

1. 'Intro' - Wow. New Found Glory are better then ever. I love this track to bits. Its fast, its loud, its awesome. I love it. It will make you move.

2. 'All Downhill From Here' - First single, everybody knows it.

3. 'This Diaster' - Another fast track, its a good song with yet another catchy chorus.

4. 'Truth Of My Youth' - One of my favorites. Its fast, its catchy, its good. The verse and prechorus are bound to make you move, and the chorus will kill you.

5. 'I Don't Wanna Know' - This is so different from any other New Found Glory track. I've never heard them like this before. Its slow, and features female vocals. A good song, but the chorus gets a bit annoying with Jordan nasal high pitched voices, and a chorus singing pattern that reminds me of a nursery rhyme.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Neil Mutalik on November 28, 2004
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This is a solid album.for the all the people saying to listen to "real music" such as the ramones, sex pistols, the clash, etc, People who claim NFG can't play and whatever else I question you. Have any of you, ever attempeted to play an NFG song on the guitar or bass or drums? earlier i too would have said to listen to "real music" but then found the tabs to "All downhill from here", and relized it's not a easy as it sounds.

So before you go on saying NFG can't play i suggest you actully learn to play some of the songs first, then attack their simplicity. As for all the people who claim Jordan can't sing, i agree he's not the best singer, but neither was Joey Ramone, in fact his voice sounds the same on all the song. Don't get me wrong the ramones are a great band but how can you say NFG singer is terrible and then recomend a singer who isn't as good. if you don't like pop-punk don't listen to it, and don't review it. The people who are reeding the reviews are honeslty thinking of buying it, so your reveiws that have nothing to do with the album arn't doing anything. Anyhow this is a good album. it's catchy and got a lot of good songs, theres no bad songs on this album, but often i'm just not in the mood for one song.

The Standout songs are:

All downhill from here

Faluire's not Flattering

The Truth of My Youth

Your Biggest Mistake

At Least I'm Known for something

ya so i'd give the album a spin in Amazon music sampler and if you like most of the songs then you'll probably enjoy the album

if not whatever.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Katie on January 31, 2005
Format: Audio CD
And although this is not their best work, it is far from even being mediocre. The band proved a long time ago that they know how to make awesome albums and Catalyst is just further proof of that fact. This CD showed the band branching out and experimenting with different sounds, but their signature formula is still evident and going strong. It's still the NFG that I've been in love with for years.

1. Intro- This short track is an awesome way to get things going and get you pumped for the rest of the CD. It hits you hard and fast, the pit goes crazy when they play this at shows.

2. All Downhill From Here- The perfect transition song fron Sticks and Stones to Catalyst. It's got some old flavor mixed in w/ the new and more complex sound. Just all around awesome, we've all heard it before.

3. This Disaster- This chorus is so catchy. It may seem like it could have come off Sticks and Stones, but there's the slightest difference in the sound that pinpoints it as a song off Catalyst.

4. Truth of my Youth- My favorite song off this CD and one of my favorites out of all songs by NFG. Cyrus Bolooki, the drummer, really shows off on this song. It's fast-paced and keeps driving until the last note. The lyrical content is some of Steve Klein's best.

5. I Don't Wanna Know- The softer side of NFG comes out on this one. Kendall Payne sings backup and all I can say is it's beautiful. You may feel like you want to skip this one, but I'm telling you not to ignore it.

6. Your Biggest Mistake- Time changes sometimes seem forced in some songs, but not in this song. It seems perfectly natural and the stride is never broken. You'll be humming this one for days.

7. Doubt Full- This song is awesome, there's no other way to put it.
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